More than 15,500 Royal Enfield owners participated in India alone in the One Ride 9th edition
The 9th edition of One Ride which was organized by the Royal Enfield during last month concluded on 28th April 2019. The event saw a stunning number of rider participation. That said, over 15,500 Royal Enfield owners across the country participated in the 9th edition of One Ride.
Speaking about the number of rides, a total of 374 rides were organized in over 50 cities. The cities included metros like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bangalore and many tier II cities.
Royal Enfield One Ride event was not only organized in India but also internationally. Globally, more than 511 rides were organized and over 3,500 registered riders attended them. The event took place in 35 countries across the globe. These included Rome, Milan, Paris, London, Bogota, Medellin, Bangkok, Shah Alam, Dubai, Jakarta, Kuwait, Kathmandu and more.
The oldest motorcycle maker keeps on organizing such events on a regular basis. Recently the company organized an expedition to Karakoram Pass to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas. Bullet maker says that no one has attempted the pass on a motorcycle. The route to Karakoram Pass was historic Afghan trade route which was closed decades ago. This Pass in 18,176 feet above sea level.
Royal Enfield currently sells six main models with different engines. Bullet, Classic, Thunderbird, Himalayan 400, Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. All the bikes except Interceptor and Continental GT are powered with a single cylinder engine.
Basic 350cc and 500cc Bullets are the most affordable bike from the Royal Enfield. Next, we have Classics models which pack few modern bits and are the highest selling models from the Chennai based motorcycle manufacturer.
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Long range touring bikes include Thunderbird range which comes with same 350cc and 500cc options. Himalayan 400, on the other than, is a capable Adventure Tourer which is loved by many.
Then comes the most expensive models from the company. The 650cc twin-cylinder bikes have the most advanced engine which is vibration free and produces loads of torque.
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