Talk sessions, music delights, unique race tracks, and thoughtful rides will be a part of IBW 2022.
India Bike Week 2022 is expected to enthrall its audience with everything from rides to music, biker radio podcasts, races, and much more. In Goa, this bike festival will be held on December 2 and 3. Let's have a look at the below-cited attractions, which this year's IBW promises to the biker community and other people.
Soaking in the rising sun on your bike and sharing unique adventures with others on a cup of chai besides pakodas can be a thrilling breakfast experience on the journey. IBW 2022 is all set to instill this feeling into riders by hosting Sunday morning rides around the 30 cities in India. The 'Çhai Pakoda ride' will warm up the riders prior to the journey to Goa. After this, there will be a ride to IBW, where big motorcycle brands like Harley-Davidson, KTM, and more will be hosting rides, which will further meet at Goa.
This year's IBW will witness people coming together and sharing their stories. A Motography show at James Connect Howling Dog Bar will take place followed by a Mod Bike Show. It will serve as a platform for showcasing and discussing custom-ade machines. Shardul Sharma (India's first participant in the Red Bull Romaniacs), Marco Rosetto (Founder of Mini GP India), and many more famous personalities will grace the show and thus share their different stories and experiences based on riding.
From Red Bull's Freestyle performers like BMX stunters and rappers to DJ Mojo Jo Jo and Easy Wanderlings, the IBW 2022 will be offering a lot in terms of music to its audience.
This year's bike festival is going to have 5 individual race tracks. There will be races according to diverse categories in the event. In collaboration with the CEAT (Tyre manufacturer), the IBW is hosting a time trial-based Hill Climb Event. Mud Rush Event, Flat Track, and Adventure Flow Track will be also been witnessed in this year's IBW.
The Big Forkers Meat Fest is this year's special attraction in terms of food. The Eat Street will feature more local Goan caterers and food trucks serving traditional IBW staples.
Another attraction of the event is said to be the Ladakh Tent, which will have a comfy corner including the Rodcast Tent, Beer Garden, a viny collection, singer-songwriters, Jameson Black Barrel Bar as well as open mic sessions from the community.
For the uninitiated, the one-day festival ticket costs ₹1,900, while the Basic Weekend Pass costs ₹2,600 and Lounge Passes cost ₹5,000 per day.