Honda (India) conducted its third chapter of the Africa Twin True Adventure Camp in Lonavala.
17 participants were imparted the necessary training and counseling by Vijay Parmar and his team of experts.
This camp is the third chapter with the first two held at Damdama Lake in Haryana and Big Rock Dirtpark in Karnataka.
Adventure motorcycling is a thrilling experience, but it requires great skill on the part of the motorcyclist. Therefore, riders should receive adequate training and counseling in the various aspects of off-road motorcycle riding.
Honda (India) has been conducting such training camps in India in the past. The first chapter was held at Damdama Lake and the second at Big Rock Dirtpark. The Honda Africa Twin True Adventure Camp held at Lonavala in Maharashtra last weekend was the third such endeavour.
Seventeen enthusiastic participants from Maharashtra interacted with subject experts in the field of motorcycling and off-road riding. Vijay Parmar, the President of the Himalayan Motorists Association and his team, conducted theoretical and practical sessions at the camp.
The riders used this opportunity to brush up their knowledge about the different aspects of Dual Clutch Transmission, specialized riding modes for challenging terrains, and other off-road motorcycling capabilities of the Honda Africa Twin motorcycle.
The camp aimed at providing valuable exposure to riders on how to negotiate factors like dirt tracks, gravel pits, underground turns, and humps. This camp was meant to boost the confidence of the riders.
Yadvinder Singh Guleria representing Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt Ltd emphasized the importance of training and interaction among riders. He stated that developing these skills is necessary to realize the full potential of the Honda Africa Twin motorcycle.
The camp now moves on to its fourth chapter at Kochi shortly.
The Honda Africa Twin motorcycle is an adventure tourer bike the Honda Global Line-up. This bike is the first 1000cc ‘Make in India’ model manufactured by Honda. It comes in four different riding modes, Urban, Tour, User, and Gravel. Among other features, the bike sports DCT technology and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC).