Royal Enfield is organising Rider Mania at Vagator in Goa between 17th and 19th November, 2017. More than 5,100 riders have already registered for the gathering from across the globe. Participating riders will ride through key cities in the country with Royal Enfield clubs and community members.
The three-day event will comprise of activities such as dirt track racing for the riders to showcase their off-roading capabilities, Slow Race, where the slowest participant will win who rides without putting his/her legs down and the Maze Chase where riders have to complete the race in the shortest time and Trials which is a specially designed obstacle course to test one’s riding skills.
The Royal Enfield Rider Mania will also have a special category for Himalayan owners too. Other attraction at the event will include a custom motorcycle display, motorcycling art display, moto gear, limited edition Rider Mania merchandise as well as authentic Goan cuisine. There will also be a Royal Enfield riding school that will train new riders and enthusiasts the basics of riding a motorcycle. The off-road riding school, on the other hand, will teach riders off-roading skills.
Speaking about Rider Mania 2017, Rudratej (Rudy) Singh - President Royal Enfield said, “Our biggest metric of success is our ever-burgeoning community of users and riding enthusiasts - A community that is fast growing to be the largest in the world. For us, this is a gratifying testament of the fact that our motorcycling narrative is relevant and is working with our consumers. Rider Mania has been a platform for this community of riders to come together, celebrate their individual journeys, share experiences and be inspired. We are greatly engaged with this community and the depth of this engagement is visible at Rider Mania, where Royal Enfield enthusiasts from across the world come together and interact and engage closely with the brand; and this year will be no different.”