Royal Enfield’s “Poker Run” is going to be held on the New Year 2075. This will be the 10th edition of the Poker Run where Nepali as well as Foreign riders will reach Pokhara on their Royal Enfield motorcycles to celebrate the Nepali New Year and for various entertainment programs. Organized by Sacred Summits, “10th Enfield Rendezvous & Poker Run” is an event to promote Ride Culture and for promoting internal as well as international tourism.

The 10th Poker Run starts on April 13 and will end on April 15 with more than 300 bikes gathering together in assembly and riding to Pokhara. To add to the entertainment, the whole ride is carried out as a game of poker and whoever has the highest poker hand will be awarded with various prizes. That’s not all, there are awards for Best Enfield and Hardluck award as well. There will also be New Year’s Eve celebratory dinner with barbecue and drinks with live music. Those who want to join the poker run will have to pay Rs 11,999 rupees or INR 7,499 rupees or $125.

Poker run is one of a kind fun and adventurous event. In overseas, more expensive and heavy motorcycles, such as Harley Davidsons participate in poker run organized by Harley clubs. Whereas, Sacred Summits is organizing the Poker Run in Nepal with Enfield motorcycles. Poker Run will be initiated from Kathmandu where all the participants assemble together and head out for the run with 5 different pitstops where a card will be handed out to the riders before the final destination, i.e. Grand Hotel at Pokhara.

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