"Lose your mind, find your soul..." This is the motto of La Ruta del Nabab, an invitation-only rally across 1000 kilometers of Moroccan roads, trails, dunes, and creeks, scheduled to run May 28 - June 7, 2022. The event began in 2020, with a fleet of scramblers and adventure bikes tearing across
Folks at Smoked Garage Indonesia took a standard Royal Enfield Himalayan and gave it a makeover by adding some bling to the package. For starters, the stock paint of the adventure tourer was scraped..
With my Himalayan Basanti I rode through India's Northern East states Nagaland and Manipur to the border with Myanmar, and I really went off-the-beaten-path! I learned some valuable lessons on this part of my motorbike adventure.
As I sat scrolling through my old travel photographs it reminded that I haven’t travelled nor gone for a long ride in a while. Road is my favourite home and in the last couple of months I have terribly missed the deserted roads, meeting smiling strangers, breaks at nonchalant tea stalls and gazing at endless landscapes. The eudemonia that I feel while am on the road can never been explained in words. And I am sure many of us can relate to that. The last three years were filled with travels winding my way through various destinations. From a 78 day long ride across Himachal, Ladakh, Kashmir and Uttarakhand to the ride across the temples of Tamil Nadu to covering the palaces and forts of Rajasthan to the rides across secluded beaches of Maharashtra to staying with the local tribes in Arunachal to exploring the art and architecture of Italy to diving in the blue waters of Maldives, my travels have been a concoction of memorable rides and unforgettable destinations and breathtaking experiences, which have all been nostalgic. With a full-time job and the present lockdown situation that the world is facing, travel seems too farfetched for the next few months. Staying indoors without travels is definitely a challenge but virtual tours are one way to relive memories and keep the travel spirits high. Reading travel book,travelogues and blogs, watching travel videos and movies, and researching on new destinations are some of the ways the traveller in me has been readying himself for the future travel days. During this search for travelogues and videos I happened to stumble upon a video on YouTube which I could resonate with so much. Everyone goes through difficult times and searches for that perfect dose of motivation that keeps life going. For some it comes in the form of riding their Royal Enfield. It is the therapy that gives them clarity of vision to move ahead. I instantly wanted a test ride to feel the magic. Himalayan BS6 has been launched recently and while checking it out at a showroom near you may not be possible, remember I was talking about virtual tours? How about we indulge in one? Go on, take the tour, I’ll wait a minute. I am impressed by the new additions in Himalayan BS6 with more focus on rider safety as hazard light feature has been introduced. There has also been a change to EFI in BS6 from Carburetor in BS4 with no drop in performance at higher altitudes.The most important change is that BS6 engine has become more environment friendly with more of ethanol in fuel. The new riding experience is going to be out of this world. But the challenge that I am facing at present as a traveller is that I cannot travel frequently, but I am being patient enough and hope to travel for long in the near future. What excites me right now is the anticipation of being on the road on the new improved Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 that makes all the waiting worthwhile. The lockdown may feel like a challenge right now but it’s going to end soon with me back to the road! P.S.: This post is in collaboration with Royal Enfield
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Let's be honest, Royal Enfield Himalayan is one hell of a capable tourer. But why not take it's touring capabilities a step ahead with some upgrades?
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Here are some beautiful girls from the three day Royal Enfield ‘Rider Mania’ event in Goa. Pictures taken by one of our favorite photographers De Ranieri Simone Bikes: Jalraj S Shetty Pictures de_ranieri_simone Girls Oksana Voevodina, Priyanka Kochhar, Choudhary Hema, Frenchissima Manufacturer Royal Enfield Location Goa, India