Bengaluru’s Mahindra Mojo Tribe Makes it to Nandi Hills on Independence day
Riders and enthusiasts of Mahindra 2 Wheelers‘ powerful motorcycle Mojo witnessed an exclusive experience during the dawn of 70th Independence day in Bengaluru. Across the country, Mahindra organises a mega ridership festival throughout the calendar year in 4 Trail variants – Jungle Trail, Mountain Trail, Desert Trail and Coastal Trail. The first ever Mojo Trail was featured by biking aficionado Rannvijay Singh and now Southern India’s Nandi Hills became a venue for the Mojo tribe to fulfil the riders thirst who came all the way from Bengaluru during the auspicious occasion of Indian Independence day.
Carrying the message “SAVE LIFE, Make Way to AMBULANCE!” on their attire, the Mojo owners and enthusiasts made a thumping noise across the streets of Bengaluru – Mahatma Gandhi Road, BRV Parade Ground, Palace Grounds, Airport Road and reached the popular Nandi Hills. The Event which got kickstarted in the very morning at Alfa Motors, Domlur, Bengaluru was gathered by over 50+ Mojo owners and enthusiasts. Mahindra Mojo Trail was flagged off by regional zone manager who gave a call to road safety and importance of giving way to Ambulance.
Led by the instructions from Mr Vijay, Farhan Khan and Ramprasad of Mahindra Two Wheelers, the riders learnt and experienced the disciplines of riding as a group, making formations and to follow safety instructions while doing long journeys. The Mojo Riders arrived at the Nandi Hills to join over 2000 bikers who were present in the vicinity to celebrate independence day.
The event concluded at Nandi Upchar where bikers interacted with their co-riders with a big bang breakfast. You can find the exclusive photos taken during the Independence day trail below:
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