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Recommended Gear

A day for training calls for the right gear. Here is how you can come prepared.

Recommended Gear

-Full Face Helmet
-Riding Jacket or motocross armour
-Riding Pants or knee guards (big hard armour preferred since there will be rocks etc on the trails)
-Gloves (wear your most lightweight pair of gloves which allows you a good feel for the brake and clutch)
-Riding Boots (with good protection feel of brake and gear levers and grip)

Bike

You are requested to get your own Royal Enfield for the off-road training session. Himalayan is preferred but any other Royal Enfield model would also do. Make sure that you have done the basic servicing of the bike.