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Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey 2011

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    Royal Enfield | Royal Enfield | Royal Enfield | Himalayan Odyssey 2011Royal Enfield | Himalayan Odyssey 2010
    (Been There Done That) x 3.25

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    once again RE has done it.... just what many people like me have been waiting... but one big doubt is that can only RE owners participate in this event ??? is there any chance of RE arranging bikes for any additional cost pls help.

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      Hi Josh,

      You can click on the links given above and put your query directly to RE.
      (Been There Done That) x 3.25

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        Josh, AFAIK - They dont provide you with the bikes. How ever, You can reach Delhi few days earlier and rent a bike from Delhi (Karol Bagh & the likes) - But IMHO, why not plan and ride yourself? Your R15 is more than sufficient for the Leh circuit.. Good Luck!
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          Originally posted by JOSH5898 View Post
          once again RE has done it.... just what many people like me have been waiting... but one big doubt is that can only RE owners participate in this event ??? is there any chance of RE arranging bikes for any additional cost pls help.
          Hi Josh,

          I just wanted to share an info that 2 of my brothers rode their R 15's from Delhi to Leh last year. (The bikes were initially sent through train from Chennai)
          Their bikes performed very well under the tough conditions & their ride was hassle free... The road grip was also awesome while cornering in hair pin bends

          They came back with amazing videos & photos of scenic beauty... So go on with your R 15...

          Happy Touring buddy
          Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death ~ Hunter Thompson.

          Bikes don't leak oil, they mark their territory.

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            Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey 2011

            This adventures look so tempting. I always dream to enter such adventure with my RE 350.

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              Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey 2011

              Originally posted by nieljason01 View Post
              This adventures look so tempting. I always dream to enter such adventure with my RE 350.
              why digging up decade old thread??
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