Kathmandu, Feb 22. The sole distributor of TVS’s two-wheelers in Nepal, Jagdamba Motors PVT. LTD (JMPL) formed Apache Owners Group- a forum of Apache Owners that aims to celebrate biking enthusiasm through different engaging and entertaining events. The forum that was established in May has successfully garnered more than 700 passionate and like-minded AOG members from all across the nation.
The forum has successfully conducted 28 rides including 12 chapter rides and 16 Marshall Rides till date. Apache Owners Group has always been actively engaging in a plethora of philanthropic, promotional, entertainment and educational programs. This time the forum is taking its presence to a new height by organizing the first-ever international Marquee Ride for its riders from Falgun 11, Thursday. The international ride is slated to continue for 21 days.
The ride that will be starting from Kathmandu is the longest ride ever organized by TVS Nepal which is estimated to be more than 6,500 kilometers long. According to the company, Apache riders – Bike enthusiasts, Motorbike passionate can apply for the ride. The ride that aims to strengthen the bond between humans and machines will feature various entertainment activities and games.
More than 500 Apache riders have applied for the event via online application The ride will kick off from Kathmandu and goes through Raxual, Gaya, Rourkhela, Sarangarh, Godia, Amravati, Aurangabad, Satara, Goa, Udpi, Mysuru, Banglore, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Vishakhapatnam, Brahmapur, Bhadrak, Kolkata, Bhagalpur, before concluding the ride in Kathmandu through Raxual.
Riders from Nepal and Bangladesh will be meeting up in Rourkhela and Riders begin for Goa participating different routes, riders also enjoy sightseeing at different places of India during the ride. Motosoul ultimate biking festival is happening in Goa on the 3rd & 4th of March, it’s a biking festival with loads of biking events, gigs, and at the same time TVS will be showcasing their legacy & Custom bikes as well.
To participate in Motosoul event riders will be coming from different parts of India. Apache Owners Group, is a community of passionate and like-minded riders of the TVS Apache, sharing a common platform to explore and spread their love for motorcycling. A community knitted by Apache owners from all over India and other nations, the Apache Owners Group riders unite to ride together into explorations and adventures while creating bonds for a lifetime. This is the AOG Brotherhood. JMPL has a strong nationwide distribution network comprising of more than 140 dealers across Nepal.