Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2016 at Goa Concludes as The Biggest Ever
Rider Mania, the biggest gathering of Royal Enfield riders concluded on Sunday, November 20, with the largest turnout ever since the inception of the festival.
Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2016 concludes at Goa. (Image: Royal Enfield)
Rider Mania, the biggest gathering of Royal Enfield riders concluded on Sunday, November 20, with the largest turnout ever since the inception of the festival. Organized at Vagator in Goa, the three-day motorcycling event hosted thousands of motorcycling enthusiast from India and from several continents across the globe.
Rudratej Singh, President, Royal Enfield said, “It is an extremely desirable challenge we face every year and we can happily say that like every year, Rider Mania 2016 has again had more number of participants than its previous editions making Rider Mania 2016 more inclusive and interactive. It is camaraderie and the passion for motorcycling that makes our customers our real brand managers and it is our privilege to interact and share experiences with them.”
For the first time, Rider Mania showcased ArtatRiderMania - motorcycling-inspired art. Various motorcycling-inspired art exhibits were set up around the Rider Mania venue. Helmet art, tank paintings and 3D canvas creations were few of various ways artists used their own creativity to communicate a motorcyclist’s lifestyle and expressions.
Rider Mania 2016 saw record participation, not just in numbers but also attendees from diverse backgrounds. Riders, old and new, rode from as far as Delhi, Guwahati, Gwalior, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and even Bhubaneswar for the annual get-together.
The festival saw passionate motorcyclists participate in fun and competitive events. The most sought after event at Rider Mania - the Dirt Track Race saw participants turning up in their special race-tuned motorcycles to slug it out on a dusty, uneven race track.
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