Royal Enfield Scramble is a non-extreme competitive competition in TSD format; will take place from 14th June to 18th June in Shimla
Royal Enfield has announced a new competitive event for the adventure riding enthusiasts. The non-extreme event is christened as Scramble and it will take place from 14th June to 18th June, 2017 in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. As the Chennai-based motorcycle brand says, this four-day event will blend exploration and community adventure riding with competition.
The event will follow the TSD (Time, Speed and Distance) format and this event will throw new challenges to the competitors every single day. The event has been designed keeping both the male and female participants in mind. Participants have to take part in the competition in teams of two and there will be separate categories for men and women.
The company says that Scramble will strengthen Royal Enfield’s association with adventure riding and it will offer a lot of fun, specially for the Royal Enfield Himalayan riders. The company currently organises various events across the country round the year and Scramble is the first non-extreme competitive ride format from the brand. Also, the motorcycle manufacturer believes this event will further strengthen its bond with the riders.
Apart from organizing various riding events, Royal Enfield is currently planning to introduce a completely new product lineup within next five years. However, the brand will continue selling its Classic, Bullet and Continental GT models as they fetch the most sales number. Just a few days ago, Royal Enfield CEO Siddartha Lal said that it will bring freshness to the portfolio.
Apart from that, Royal Enfield is also working on a bigger and more powerful Continental GT and a Himalayan. Both these models will be powered by a 750 cc engine. Te bigger Continental GT and Himalayan will focus on overseas markets alongside the domestic market. While the Continental GT 750 is expected to be launched soon, the Himalayan 750 could be launched sometime next year.
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