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India Bike Week (IBW) 2016 ticket sales begin online

India Bike Week (IBW) 2016 ticket sales begin online

Ticket sales for India Bike Week (IBW) 2016 have commenced. IBW is scheduled for 19-20th of February in Goa. The yearly biking festival is now in its fourth year and is promoted by Seventy Event Media Group and Fox Life.

The biker brotherhood party comes alive with live bands, movie screenings, Custom Bike Build-Offs, and stunt championship, bike launches, custom and vintage bike displays, and sessions with an extraordinary league of bikers.

IBW Main Street sees the 2016 event include a Biker Carnival Parade. A biking film festival, international Bike Expo, Hard Enduro Challenge, and Moto Trails show by Dougie Lampkin will keep visitors intrigued. Unique bikes will be on display at the Vintage bike concourse and motorcycle inspired art will make up the Moto Art Collective.

India Bike Week (IBW) 2016 looks forward to 15,000+ bikers and attendees. Club Programs offer independent club tents and parades, and participants can take to the main stage to showcase achievements.

India Bike Week ticket sales until 30th of November 2015 are offered with a 25% early bird discount. A two day Festival Pass for a single attendee costs Rs 3500. An early bird twin ticket is being offered at Rs 5250 for a limited period.

Early bird twin package includes a room for 3 nights (Twin Sharing) + 2 Festival Passes (worth Rs.7000/-) + F&B Coupons (worth Rs.2800/-) for Rs 7998 for a pillion and rider. Club booking package gets ticket prices down to Rs 2800 for a group with an additional 20% off on bulk booking of anything over 20 tickets.

Photos from previous editions of India Bike Week

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Nabanita Singha Roy

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