Vivek Automobiles Pvt. Ltd, the sole authorised distributor of Royal Enfield motorcycles in Nepal, successfully concluded the ‘Royal Enfield Himalayan Owners’ Ride’ on 10th December 2016.


The ride which was flagged off from Royal Enfield’s showroom passed through Gwarko, Pulchowk, Kupondol, Jamal, Gongabu, Tokha, Shivapuri National Park, Dhikurebazaar, Bidur and Bataar before concluding in Nuwakot Durbar. The event saw the participation of 35 riders.


A skill race competition was also organized during the event where Shaquille Swanseii Ghotane grabbed the first position while Ramesh Dhungel and Dibesh Dangol grabbed the runner up positions respectively.




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