Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2018 registrations open

    The event will take place in Goa between November 16-18, 2018.

    Published On Sep 07, 2018 08:00:00 AM


    Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2018 registrations open

    Rider Mania Dirt Track

    Rider Mania is among the most popular motorcycle festivals held in our country and is definitely the most the popular annual event for Royal Enfield bike-owners. Royal Enfield proudly claims Rider Mania to be "the largest gathering of Royal Enfield enthusiasts in the world" that is "a melting pot of Royal Enfield owners and enthusiasts."

    This is a three-day motorcycle festival that includes various events like dirt-track racing, assembly wars and live music performances. This year’s event is taking place in Goa between November 16-18, 2018. "Many enthusiasts plan their riding calendar around Rider Mania as it’s the best place to meet old friends, make new ones, share stories and experiences and plan new adventures.”

    Registrations for the 2018 edition of Rider Mania have already started on Royal Enfield’s official website. If you register in September, it will cost Rs 2,000. This amount will go up to Rs 2,500 if you register in the month of October and Rs 3,000 if you register during November 1-11.

    Last year, Royal Enfield surprised the crowd with a showcase – the Indian debut of the company’s new Interceptor and Continental GT 650. We are expecting Royal Enfield to up the ante this time around and showcase custom bikes built around the 650cc, twin-cylinder bike. The manufacturer could even bring down its land-speed-record-setting custom creation, which according to RE has managed to clock 241.4kph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States of America.

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