KTM has announced the official dates for the Great Ladakh Adventure Tour. The event will happen from August 21 and go on till September 3. This 14-day tour will attract the owners of KTM Adventure 250 and 390 from all across the country. KTM also claims that this tour will perfectly suit the KTM Adventure and the rider.
The tracks and routes are curated in a way, which enables the customers to go through the less-travelled paths. These include Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri and Siachen. The Padma Shri Ajeet Bajaj and his team at Snow Leopard Adventures are responsible for setting up and planning the routes and tracks. KTM, as a motorcycle company, has motorsport in its DNA. And events like this go a long way in proving the brand’s commitment towards the same.
Great Ladakh Adventure Tour – In Details
Riders involved in this Adventure Tour will cover a total distance of 2,300 km. The routes will take them to multiple terrains. These include tarmac, sand dunes, hills, slush, mud, gravel, dry riverbeds, forests, and twisties. Riders will follow the route of Chandigarh- Manali- Jispa- Sarchu -Leh- Nubra Valley- Pangong Tso- Tso Moriri-Sarchu-Manali- Chandigarh. KTM is also employing its experts to make sure that everything is in place and goes as per the plans. One of the main attractions of this event is the high-altitude Adventure Academy training at Nubra, which will be conducted at 12,000 ft.
How To Register For This Event?
KTM mentioned that interested riders could visit KTM India official website to register themselves for this event. The tour cost is set at INR 35,000, including insurance cover of up to 5 lakh per person, in case of any mishap. KTM has also been quite open to set up events like this for its customers, thus reiterating its commitment towards motorsports. This also helps keep the customers involved with the brand, thus creating a special bond that proves KTM’s dedication to providing the best service to its customers.
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