Mahindra Two Wheelers opens registrations for the Desert Trail



Mahindra Two Wheelers and the Mojo Tribe have opened registrations for the Desert Trail, targeted at owners and biking enthusiasts. Spread over 9 days, the motorcycle ride will begin from Jaipur on December 17th and end in Ahmedabad on December 25th. According to the company, the Mojo Tribe will cover a distance of about 2300kms, traversing some of the most exotic locations and experiencing some of the most spectacular cultural activities.

Owners of the Mojo can register for the Desert Trail by visiting the brand’s official website. Mahindra Two Wheelers also provides biking enthusiasts with the chance to participate in this trail. Participants from South and West and East will have an option of ‘Test Experience a Mojo’. Riding through the sand dunes, the tribe will cross the deserts of Jaipur, Sam Sand Dunes and the Rann of Kutch. Touring through sand dunes in colder climes, the tribe will discover the sandy terrains that will challenge their riding skills in tough conditions.

On the first Desert Trail, the participants will traverse through terrains ranging from the Golden city of Barmer to the serenity of Mandvi Beach. Over the course of 9 days, riders will make their way through varied landscapes and ride to locations such as the Jaisalmer Fort, Longhewala near the Pakistan border and Uttarlai where they will witness the underground military air base. The riders will also visit Kala Dongar, Haji Pir, and Mata No Madh amongst many other locations.

The Mahindra Mojo comes equipped with a DOHC (Double Over Head Camshaft) engine, low friction piston and rings, Electronic Fuel Ignition (EFI), iridium spark plug, resonator fitted intake system and twin exhausts. The model uses a twin tube frame with high torsional rigidity, inverted front fork with triple clamp mounting and high pressure gas charged offset rear mono-shox with separator floating piston, 320mm radially mounted front disc brakes and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. Also on offer is a 21 litre fuel tank, which is said to be the largest in its class.

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