Ex MTV Roadies and present host Rannvijay Singh and director Nagesh Kukunoor are participating in the Chandigarh-Leh leg of the rally
Mahindra Two Wheelers flagged off the first ever Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail. The rally flagged off from Bikers Café in Gurgaon. Participating in the rally are 28 bikers and adventure enthusiast from 8 different cities across the country. Interestingly, Rannvijay Singh from MTV Roadies fame has also joined in the rally and he will ride from Chandigarh to Leh leg of the rally. Alongside him is ace filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor.
The 15 day adventure rally is the first of its kind for the Mahindra Mojo owners. The rally will ride through the challenging routes comprising Himalayan valleys and passes. The farthest point of the rally is the Pangong Lake, while the rally will also cover the Nubra valley, Drass War Memorial in Kargil etc. The Chandigarh Leh leg will run from 25th to 29th July.
The rally will conclude on 7th August in Chandigarh. Both Rannvijay Singh and Nagesh Kukunoor will ride from 25th July to 29th July with the rest of the Mojo owners. The registration for the first ever Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail began in last May.
Mahindra Two Wheelers claims, this journey will bring the Mojo owners under one umbrella and build a sense of brotherhood. Mahindra Mojo is a tough and aggressive looking bike, which is well capable to glide through the smooth roads, and equally capable to take on the rough terrains.
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The bike gets power from a 300 cc liquid cooled fuel injected DOHC engine. The engine churns out 27 bhp of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque. It comes as BS-IV norms compliant, and incidentally, the BS-IV norms are set to come into effect from 2017.
The Mahindra Mojo is built on a twin tube frame which offers higher torsional rigidity. It comes with a largest in class 21 litres of fuel tank, which ensures long distance travel without much hassle.
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On the suspension front the Mojo sports inverted front forks with rigid triple clamp mounting. The rear wheel sports high pressure gas charged mono shocks with separate floating pistons. The front wheel features a 320 mm disc brake which is pretty efficient.