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xBhp Dominar Great Asian Odyssey
Anyways, xBhp in association with Bajaj Dominar has organized Dominar Great Odyssey. It’s a great motorcycle event which will host 11 Riders across 11 Countries in just 90 days! Moreover, the main objective is to travel from India to Sri-Lanka. Furthermore, the riders will go through Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore to reach their objective.
That’s about 15000kms of on-road travel! On 17 January 2020, the entire adventure will come to an end in Sri Lanka.
On October 13, xBhpDominarGreatAsianOdyssey officially kicked off from Delhi. Right now, the riders are en-route to Kathmandu! Moreover, the group will arrive at Kathmandu on October 18, 2019.
“How do I know that’s them?”
Look for 11 riders with modified tourer Dominar, that’s them.
If you are interested to meet them, be sure to head out at Genesis Café at 6 PM for a “meet & greet”. Moreover, hit them up with any touring or motorcycle-related questions, now’s your chance!
You can follow #xBhpDominarGreatAsianOdyssey to track the ride! Also, be sure to visit xBhp.com/DominarGreatAsianOdyssey
- Date: October 18, 2019
- Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
- Venue: Genesis Cafe
- Location: Panipokhari, Kathmandu
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