Mahindra Mojo Desert Trail flagged off from Jaipur

By autoX Editorial | on December 17, 2016

Mahindra Mojo Tribe's fourth and final ride for the year will cover over 2,400 kilometers across Western India. 

We at autoX know that the Mahindra Mojo is one very capable touring machine. Considering that its touring capabilities are one of its main USPs, Mahindra has been organizing long distance Mojo Trails for over a year now. The latest edition of the series – Desert Trail – was recently flagged off from Jaipur. In this trail, a convoy of Mojo riders will be touring from December 17-25, 2016, covering over 2,500km through Western India.

The nine-day odyssey will see the Mojo Tribe cover places such as Jaisalmer, Rann of Kutch, Bhuj, Dhordo, Narayan Sarovar, Mandvi and Ahemdabad.

Speaking on the occasion, Naveen Malhotra, Senior General Manager, Sales, Marketing & Product Planning, Mahindra Two Wheelers said, “With Mojo, it has been our endeavor to provide a platform for bike enthusiasts to experience the bike and explore the unknown. After the success of the recently concluded Mountain Trail and the Coastal Trail, Mahindra Mojo and the Mojo Tribe is ready to embark upon a new journey, this time to the stunning deserts of Western India. All the Mojo trails have been quite successful, affirming Mahindra Mojo as India’s ultimate tourer.”

The Desert Trail will be the fourth and final ride for Mahindra Tribe in 2016, after the successful completion of the Coastal Trail, Jungle Trail and the Mountain Trail earlier this year.

Also read: Riding the Mahindra Mojo on the back roads of South India

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