Bajaj flags off Konkan coast Dominar ride

Written by Kanad Kalasur

Bajaj Auto has flagged of the Konkan Coast ride for Dominar riders. The 4-day ride will offer an excellent opportunity to take in the refreshing sights and experiences of the Konkan region.

This is not the first time Bajaj is organising such rides. Recently, the bikemaker successfully completed the ‘The North-East Tour’ and the ‘Rann of Kutch Tour’ with each covering almost 2,200+ km. The tour will be led by veteran rider Sarath Shenoy, who has over three lakh kilometres under his belt. He has ridden across India, Nepal, and Bhutan, and also completed Dominar’s ‘Roof of the World Odyssey.

The Konkan Coast Ride

Riders will be able to visit the Korlai Fort in Diveagar, travel in ferries, and visit lighthouses and waterfalls across the region. Amongst the beaches, the convoy will pass through Aravi, Srivardhan and Anjarle, followed by Guhagar beach. The path less explored will allow riders to experience the serenity and tranquillity of these scenic beaches.

Riders will also get a chance to explore the hairpin bends leading up to the Jaigad Fort, which is located at the meeting point of a hill, a river and the sea. Next up will be the climb of the Amba Ghat, followed by a descent to the Devghali beach in Goa. The post-monsoon Goa will offer pristine views from the Manoli and Paleshwar dams.

About Bajaj Dominar

The Bajaj Dominar was launched back in 2017 as a sports tourer. Bajaj wanted to offer the performance of a sports bike while offering a long-distance tourer’s comfort and cruising ability. Bajaj also offers factory-fitted accessories on the Dominar 400 that makes it touring-ready. The bike has also been featured in six Odysseys across five continents, the latest being the Afro-European odyssey. Bajaj also recently passed the historic milestone of 1,00,000 Dominars across the world.

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