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Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail Leh-Ladakh ride registrations open

 
Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail registrations

The 15-day ride will involve sub-zero conditions, treacherous terrains, and beautiful landscapes.

The Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail, a 15-day 2,700 km trip to the Himalayas, is all set to commence on July 24th and the registrations are open. The motorcycling trip which will pass through places like Leh, Ladakh, Sarchu, Nubra Valley, Pangong and Kargil will commence at New Delhi and culminate at Chandigarh on August 7.

The biking expedition is open for Mojo owners and other biking enthusiasts as well. Interested riders can complete their registration via Mahindra Mojo’s official product website. The adventurous trip is aimed at demonstrating how good the touring motorcycle is even under harsh climatic and terrain conditions.

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The trip will start in New Delhi and end in Chandigarh.

The company says that the participants will be facing sub-zero conditions and treacherous terrain during the trip which will test their will power and riding skills. The journey will traverse through the mild Gangetic plains, scenic valleys, rivers, lakes and of course snow capped mountains.

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Registrations are open on the Mojo’s official website.

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The Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 300 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor which produces 26.8 bhp and 30 NM of power. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the motorcycle is designed to be a comfortable long-distance tourer. Mahindra recently concluded the Mojo Jungle Trail which started in Bangalore and passed through places like Coorg, Madikeri, Masinagudi, etc., before ending in Bangalore.

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