Mahindra Two Wheelers organized the first ever Jungle Trail for the Mojo riders. The four day event was organized on 29th April 2016 and concluded on 2nd May. The starting point for the journey was Alfa Motors Bengaluru, and the participants finished the run at Moto Café in Bengaluru. The journey was organized through the beautiful countryside of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. More than 900 kilometers was covered during the Jungle Trail Journey. The places covered by the journey include places like Chikmagaluru, Madikeri and Masinagudi.
By organizing the Jungle Trail event for the Mahindra Mojo riders, Mahindra Two Wheelers aims to bring the owners of Mojo together and offer some memorable experiences. Apart from the Jungle Trail the Mahindra Two Wheelers is also conducting three other mega events in one calendar year, which are Mountain Trail, Desert Trail and Coastal Trail, clearly offering unique riding experiences to the Mahindra Mojo riders. The two wheeler maker believes such engaging events will help to promote the brand and the Mojo bike as well to larger number of people.
Apart from the journey, in the first ever Jungle Trail event the automaker arranged for unique activities for the participants in order to upraise the enthusiasm. On the first evening of the event at Chikmagaluru the organizers conducted bonfire and barbeque, which was followed by a Do It Yourself (DIY) session.
On the second day of the event after reaching Madikeri the participants got a chance to take part in survival training workshops, which was followed by an interactive session with motorcycle journalist Navroze Contractor. On the third day of the Jungle Train event the Mojo tribe rode to Masinagudi and on fourth day the journey concluded at Moto Café.
Mahindra Mojo was first showcased at the 2014 New Delhi Auto expo, and three years later the aggressive looking bike was launched in 2015. The bike gets power from a 295 cc liquid cooled four stroke single cylinder engine paired with a 6 speed gearbox which churns out 27 bhp of peak power at 8000 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The bike received “Tourer Bike of the Year” award at the Gaadiwaadi Readers’ Choice Awards 2016.