Suzuki Intruder-Ride to Sukute



 Kathmandu, May 15 . One of the largest selling and most trusted automobile brand in Nepal; VG Automobiles, authorised importer and distributor of Suzuki Motorcycle India for Nepal, and a subsidiary of one of the country’s leading business groups — Vishal Group —has taken Suzuki Intruder riders to Sukute. VG Suzuki had called all Intruder riders from all over Nepal and has taken 35 riders to Sukute.

VG Suzuki has given 50 fearless and daring bikers an opportunity to enjoy and experience a ride on and off the tarmac on Suzuki Intruder which was just launched a couple months before. Riders commenced their ride to Sukute on 11th& 12th May 2018.

The route started from Teku, Thapathali, Maitighar, New Baneshwor, Surya Binayak, Jagati, Sanga, Banepa, Dhulikhel,Pachkhal, Dolalghat and all the way to River Bay Rafting & Resort, Sukute. They followed the same route back to Kathmandu.

During the two days event, there were lots of fun games like swimming competition, Blind game (MatkiFod) and live music performance by popular band Binay and the friends. All the riders get chance to raft in the fiercest rapids of the steepest river in Nepal – BhoteKoshi Rafting.BhoteKoshi river trip was an ideal trip for those looking for short whitewater voyage.VG Suzuki also provided various gifts to the winners of the competition. The most discipline rider among all the riders was awarded to NitinRegmi.

Talking about the Suzuki Intruder-Ride To  Sukute, Marketing Manager of VG Suzuki Mr.Nabraj Koirala said, “We are very happy to take 50 fearless and daring riders to Sukute. It was enchanting and adventurous opportunity for the participants to experience riding to Sukute.

Suzuki Intruder-Ride ToSukute had explored the thrill; unseen and unexplored terrains of enigmatic panoramas of Nepal. We believed that the Intruder riders had always been attached with excitement and adventure, Intruder being the definition of a bike that dominates every terrain; whether it be tarmac, rugged, muddy or any other precarious routes. This gave the riders the opportunities beyond imagination.”