1st Mahindra Mojo ‘Mountain Trail’ flagged off

Mahindra Two Wheelers, part of the USD 17.8 billion Mahindra Group, flagged off the first-ever Mahindra MOJO ‘Mountain Trail’ from Delhi to Chandigarh via Leh from July 24th to August 7th. 28 MOJO bikers will cover a distance of 2,700 km during the trail, putting to test the true capability of the bike.

28 bike enthusiasts from eight cities across India with diverse backgrounds, assembled at Bikers Café in Gurgaon for the flag off. Exemplifying the brotherhood shared among MOJO owners, Delhi Chapter of MOJO owners rode to Bikers Café to cheer and encourage their fellow bikers prior to this epic trail. India’s leading youth icon and biking aficionado, Rannvijay Singh along with ace filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor have joined this trail riding the Mahindra MOJO for the Chandigarh to Leh leg.

Riding through the majestic north, the riders are all set to undergo the most satisfying ride of their lifetime through challenging routes across valleys and mountains with the MOJO. The trail will also cover some breathtaking yet undulating terrain while making enjoyable stops for the camel safari in Nubra to riding along the Pangong lake, popularly known as the lake of changing colours. Along with this, a visit to Drass War memorial in Kargil will make this trail one wholesome experience. The ‘Mountain Trail’ promises to leave a long-lasting memory in the minds of the MOJO tribesmen.

Route of the Mountain Trail:

1 24th July Delhi to Chandigarh
2 25th July Chandigarh to Manali
3 26th July Manali to Keylong
4 27th July Keylong to Sarchu
5 28th July Sarchu to Leh
6 29th July Rest Day at Leh
7 30th July Leh to Nubra Valley
8 31st July Nubra to Leh
9 1st August Leh to Pangong Tso
10 2nd August Pangong to Leh
11 3rd August Leh to Kargil
12 4th August Kargil to Leh
13 5th August Leh to Sarchu (via Tso Kar)
14 6th August Sarchu to Manali
15 7th August Manali to Chandigarh
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Parichay Malvankar

Parichay Malvankar

Founder, owner and editor-in-chief of www.shifting-gears.com; a born gearhead, nothing apart from a set of wheels gets his pulse racing.