2023 TVS MotoSoul to be held on March 3, 4

    TVS will launch a new bike and showcase existing road and race models at the TVS MotoSoul festival.

    Published On Dec 27, 2022 07:00:00 AM


    2023 TVS MotoSoul to be held on March 3, 4
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    The second edition of the TVS MotoSoul festival will be held on March 3 and 4 at Hilltop, Vagator, Goa. The two-day biker festival promises to be a bigger, grander event than TVS MotoSoul 2019, and those attending can participate in a variety of activities and will be treated to performances from top Indian and international artists.

    • New and current bikes to be showcased at TVS MotoSoul

    • Indian and international artists, DJs will perform live

    • Ticket for the two-day event costs Rs 1,700

    TVS MotoSoul 2023: what to look out for?

    Some of the activities taking place at TVS MotoSoul 2023 include an obstacle race, a dirt race, moto crossfit, as well as a special show by stunt riders from the Petronas TVS Racing team.

    For those seeking knowledge and inspiration from the whos who of the biking world, TVS has organised Tech Talks by various moto personalities. On the other hand, there’s a section dedicated towards arts and culture that will feature live canvas painting and also allow attendees to click a 360-degree photo with a bike. 

    As is the case with any biking festival, music plays a vital role in creating a vibrant atmosphere. MotoSoul will have a number of artists and DJs performing live.

    Lastly, TVS says it will also launch a new bike and showcase its model range, including race machines. 

    TVS MotoSoul 2023: registration

    Those who would like to attend TVS MotoSoul 2023 can register online by paying Rs 1,700. The price of the ticket includes entry for both days and exclusive brand merchandise. The entry fee also gets you access to all events. TVS will be offering the Apache and Ronin on rent to those who want to take part in the racing events.


    What events in the TVS MotoSoul festival are you planning to take part in? Let us know in the comments.


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