Honda Homecoming Fest celebrating H’ness CB350’s 1st anniversary

Written by Nayak

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India have a customer appreciation event at their Global Resource Factory in Manesar (Haryana). Called ‘Honda Homecoming Fest’, this event celebrates H’ness CB350’s first anniversary. The event draws its inspiration from the Global Honda Homecoming event conducted in Kumamoto Factory, Japan. The event is already a success as over 2000 proud owners of the CB350 series attended the first edition. Furthermore, a group of 120 riders were given a special welcome by the HMSI’s management, dealers and other spectators at the venue. Such events go a long way in proving the brand’s dedication to serving the customers.

What Was The Event Like?

The 350 customers got to learn about the manufacturing of the very machines they are riding. One key attraction of the event was Dreamers’ café. The café is also exclusively designed for customers to experience the legacy and history of HMSI, thus making it memorable and aspirational. There’s also a special champions walkway with a 3D logo that invokes the pride amongst the CB350 customers and marks homage to the MotoGP champions. The event also included various other fun and exciting activities. The activities include a Ted Talk, Raizen art, Riding experience sharing, Videography training by GoPro and more. With these events, Honda aims to integrate all its customers firmly into the Honda family.

Other Updates

Honda recently flagged the H’ness CB350 ‘Ride for Pride’ event. As part of the 75 years of independence celebrations, Honda 2Wheelers India organised this event. Honda aims to celebrate the courage and sacrifice of the armed forces. A total of 200 riders participated in this special ride that took place in 11 cities. The included cities are New Delhi, Jammu, Lucknow, Bareilly, Kolkata, Ranchi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune. Honda 2Wheelers India has now made the CB350 & CB350RS available via CSD Stores. This move will also encourage customers from defence to buy these motorcycles.

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