Royal Enfield One Ride to be held on April 2
While the marquee rides that are being organised by Royal Enfield are happening in 23 cities, there are more than 50 rides being organised in India by various Royal Enfield motorcycling communities and dealers.
Royal Enfield Classic 350. (Image: Royal Enfield)
The seventh edition of Royal Enfield’s global marquee ride - One Ride is being held in 14 countries across 23 cities on Sunday, April 2, 2017. This ride is one of the largest motorcycle community rides in the world. The camaraderie of thousands of Royal Enfield customers and enthusiasts will gear up to participate for One Ride along with their friends.
While the marquee rides that are being organised by Royal Enfield are happening in 23 cities, there are more than 50 rides being organised in India by various Royal Enfield motorcycling communities and dealers. To participate for One Ride 2017, enthusiasts can register through the company's website.
Royal Enfield’s One Ride will see the motorcyclists chasing the sun - as in the first leg of the ride witness’s motorcyclists from Melbourne, Australia kick-starting One Ride 2017, with more cities joining in moving west as per the time zones. This year, all participants from across geographies will be encouraged to sport their regional colours and ride in their local attire.
Amongst the key cities internationally, One Ride is being organised with Melbourne, Jakarta, Bangkok, London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Milwaukee, and Bogota in Colombia. The major cities in India that will witness Royal Enfield One Ride are New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Chennai.
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