The 15th edition of Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey was flagged off from India Gate, the country’s most iconic landmark. Considered the holy grail of motorcycling, Himalayan Odyssey saw 60 motorcyclists including 10 women riders embark on a journey where they will be traversing some of the roughest terrains and highest mountain passes in the world, covering a distance of over 2200 kilometres in 18 days on their Royal Enfield motorcycles. Riders from the Royal Enfield community were present along with the media fraternity to cheer on the riders for this year.
Continuing with tradition, the riders were blessed by the lamas which was followed with a prayer. The event was flagged off by Rudratej Singh, President Royal Enfield, who while addressing the crowd emphasised on the fact that, Himalayan Odyssey is a testimony of Royal Enfield, which has for over 15 years been encouraging riders to do more with their motorcycles. The ride is symbolic of motivating others to make motorcycling a way of life.