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Royal Enfield Himalayan - Riding with Himalayan Hawks - #OneRide #RideAsOne April 8 2018

Author : Royal Enfield Author RE | 11 Nov 2018

Royal Enfield riders stand apart with their love for machine and passion for riding. Like every year, this passion was celebrated by ‘Confused Engineer’

Royal Enfield riders stand apart with their love for machine and passion for riding. Like every year, this passion was celebrated by ‘Confused Engineer’ – as this blogger calls himself in his YouTube bio – with riders from across 171 cities at One Ride 2018 that kicked off on April 8, 2018, across the globe.

Though he hasn’t shared his name anywhere in his YouTube bio, ‘Confused Engineer’ owns a Royal Enfield Himalayan (as mentioned in his YouTube description), the first motorcycle he’s bought and in his own words finds the Himalayan to be (a) ‘wonderful bike accompanying me on my journey through places’.

Considering he travels mostly unplanned and finds it to be fun that way, he’s got just the perfect motorcycle that’s built for all roads and no roads.

He rode with a riding group called Himalayan Hawks to the Krishnagiri Dam in Tamil Nadu on the outskirts of Bengaluru. They can be seen in the video riding together, taking brief pit-stops for refuelling and using those opportunities to capture the experience on their smartphones.

In the video, riding spirit comes to the fore as ‘confused engineer’ is shown taking a brief pit-stop with another rider, waiting for the others to join in with the caption reading: ‘You don’t leave anyone behind’ before they rev up and traverse through the narrow, broken roads as soon as the others join them.


While he admits there wasn’t much to do or see at the Krishnagiri Dam, he admits watching more than 60 Himalayans roaring on the roads was quite a sight. He is seen enjoying his ride, and as he has described in his description, he got the opportunity to meet a lot of riders and got to know some interesting stories too – exactly what One Ride is all about.

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