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Mahindra Mojo Desert Trail Concludes As It Continues To Offer Unique Experiences

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Mahindra Mojo Desert Trail Concludes the part where it goes to the deserts after going to the mountains and rain forests of the country

Mahindra Two Wheeler successfully concluded it’s first-ever Mahindra MOJO ‘Desert Trail’. The Desert Trail was flagged off from Jaipur on December 17, 2016 and ended in Ahmedabad on December 25, 2016 completing a tough yet regal ride. Riders from across the country were part of the trail that covered a total distance of over 2,500 kms.

The riders called as the ‘MOJO Tribe’ ended up riding through the terrains of North Western India and conquered the deserts across Jaipur & Rann of Kutch. Challenging their riding skills, the Mojo tribesmen experienced cold climes, while discovering the sandy terrains at the same time.

Some really spectacular were seen on the routes and the guys ended up visiting some of the most sought after destinations during this trail. They basked in the glory of sunrises and swirling sands along the sand dunes that the desert offers. They saw the expanse of the white desert in Rann of Kutch. This unique trail was held across two legs from Jaipur to Bhuj and Bhuj to Ahmedabad. Along the way, the tribesmen spent two nights at the exotic Sam Sand Dunes, visited Jaisalmer fort and Longhewala War Museum. The riders paid tribute to the men in uniform who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.

Part of the package included the tribe visiting the supposedly haunted village of Kuldhara before heading to Dhordo Tent City during the India’s biggest and vibrant White Desert Festival – Rannutsav. The Trail was set to end at Ahmedabad, the tribesmen ended up covering Haji Pir Dargha, Mata No Madh, Koteshwar temple and Lakhpat fort and then headed towards the north western coast to experience the serenity during sundown at Mandvi beach.

The Mojo is a sports tourer by profession and uses a twin tube frame with high torsional rigidity, inverted front forks and a high pressure gas charged offset rear mono-shock. It also features large 320mm radially mounted front disc brakes and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. These features are enhanced by a 21-litre fuel tank, the largest in its class, to ensure it can cover longer distances effortlessly.

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