Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles have commenced the Taktsang Trail 2022. The trail will see them travel 1,000 km across the North East. A total of 14 riders started the trail from Dimapur. The route will take them through the verdant and unexplored corners of the North East. The trail aims to discover and explore the region’s hidden gems on challenging riding routes and exceptionally scenic landscapes. Riders will visit Khonoma, Dimapur, Itanagar, Jorhat, and Tezpur, where the company has its dealership and service networks. In addition to this, riders from the Indian army in the region will also join the 14 Nomads. The riders will offer homage to the bravery of the armed forces.
What Is The Trail Like?
The ride started from Khonoma, Asia’s first green village. From there, they went to Dimapur, at the site of the upcoming Jawa-Yezdi flagship store in Nagaland. After this, the riders will arrive at Nemati Ghats on the mighty Brahmaputra River banks. The route from here follows, Nemati to Itanagar, covering Majuli, North Lakhimpur, and Nirjuli, thus covering Assam. After Itanagar, in the Nameri National Forest reserve and Pakke Tiger Reserve. Riders will also get to see rare species of birds and fish in the Jia Bharali River. This ride will assess both the man and machine to their extreme capabilities.
Demand For Jawa Motorcycles
Launched in 2018, Jawa was the first brand to be re-introduced as a part of the Classic Legends brand. Also, from the very first day, the brand was an instant hit. The demand was so high that its ten-month inventory sold out in the first month itself. Jawa continues to have its reputation and also drives home a significant number of sales. Iconic models like the Jawa, 42 and Perak help the brand stay relevant to its identity. For Yezdi, the motorcycle makers launched three distinct motorcycle models, purpose-built to celebrate the spirit of fun, thrill and adventure. The combined product portfolio of Jawa and Yezdi brands also offers us Indians a variety of models.