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BMW Motorrad Safari tour-based riding experience now in India, 2021 calendar revealed

Written by Nayak

BMW Motorrad has announced that it is going to launch the BMW Motorrad Safari 2021 in India. This is aimed at providing a unique and refreshing riding experience for all the BMW motorcycle owners in India. BMW has confirmed that this riding experience will be organised across the country adhering to a schedule which has already been finalised. A total of 50+ events will be organized and each event will explore a different destination of the country.

This motorcycle expedition is a tour-based concept that will look into attracting the riders who are looking for adventure motorcycle trips. BMW mentioned that a fully equipped crew with service and medical support will be made available to safeguard the riders in case any emergency situation arises. The safari will involve riding on some of the most exciting routes crossing through scenic terrains, hairpin bends and long fast highways. The participating riders will also receive technical briefings which will help impart valuable insights about the routes and their motorcycles. The safari will be scheduled for 2 to 5 days as a point to point tour and the riders will be allowed to complete the route as per their own pace.

The rider will be provided by official BMW Motorrad merchandise in form of a ‘Rider Welcome Pack’. For some selected routes, BMW will also give basic off-road training. The riders will be accommodated in 4-5 star rated hotels with three-time meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with the utmost comfort and hygiene. BMW also mentioned that it will arrange a free pre-safari motorcycle inspection which will make sure that everything is in place and reduce the chances of any mishaps.

To be eligible for this safari, all that is needed is a BMW Motorrad motorcycle and to add more excitement BMW has allowed riding with a pillion. The rider must possess a valid driving licence and the motorcycles will be scrutinized by the event organizers who will have the authority to rule out any motorcycle if found unfit. It is mandatory to wear suitable riding gears for all the participants.