2017-18 Mahindra Mojo Trail begins with North-East Trail starting from 30th April; calendar consists of five trails covering a total of 8,798 kilometers
Mahindra Mojo Trail has received immense response across the country with its uniqueness and the two-wheeler manufacturer has announced the trail calendar for 2017-18. The first event in the calendar begins with North East Trail that is about to run from 30th April to 11th May this year covering 2,701 kilometer through the route of Guwahati, Tawang, Mechuka, Dibrugarh and Guwahati.
The second trail is the Mountain Trail about to take place during 8th – 20th July covering the route of Chandigarh, Leh, Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso, Kargil, Sonmarg, Dharamshala and Chandigarh. This trail will cover a distance of 2,495 kilometers. Third event in the calendar, the Jungle Trail will take place between 21st September and 24th September covering a distance of 942 kilometers.
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The Jungle Trail will run through places like Bengaluru, Chikmagaluru, Madikeri and Masinagudi. In Novermber 2017, Mahindra will conduct the Island Trail that will run through the places like Port Blair, Rangat, Diglipur, Baratang and it will cover a distance of 596 kilometer. This event will take place between 26th November and 1st December.
The Mahindra Mojo trail calendar concludes with Desert Trail scheduled during 21st January and 28th January, 2018. It will run through Jaipur, Kumbalgarh and Chittorgarh, covering a distance of 2,064 kilometer. This year two new trails have been added to the calendar, which are the North East Trail and Island Trail.
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n among the adventure loving riders. The tourer motorcycle has given the two-wheeler manufacturer much recognition and the Mojo trail is the brand’s initiative to bring the Mojo riders under one umbrella creating a strong bond between them. Mahindra Mojo comes powered by a 295 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox and it churns out 26.45 bhp of peak power 8,000 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque 5,500 rpm.