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Royal Enfield REunion to happen in Manali from August 1 to 3

Royal Enfield REunion to happen in Manali from August 1 to 3

Snapshot: More than 100 Royal Enfield riders will ride from New Delhi to Manali to spend a weekend away from the city chaos

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The state of Himachal Pradesh is going to witness the thump of Royal Enfield once again. Royal Enfield is hosting an event which is one of its kind where the riders will literally eat, breathe and talk motorcycles. More than 100 riders from Delhi/NCR, Chandigarh and other neighbouring cities will be riding to Manali on August 1 and return to Delhi on August 3 to spend a weekend in the mighty Himalayas. The REunion will let the motorcyclists to get away from the city mayhem for three days and help them rejuvenate themselves.

Once at the venue, which is Citrus Manali Resort, Manali, the riders will be able to participate in events like Slow Race, Carry Your Bike, Assembly Wars and Figure of Eight with like minded fellow motorcycle enthusiasts.

The ride will begin from Royal Enfield's concept store at Saket, New Delhi at 4:00 AM on August 1, 2014. The registration fee for an individual rider is Rs. 5,000, couples can register themselves for Rs. 9,500 and students can be a part of this journey of a lifetime for Rs. 4,500. This ride will be a perfect platform to meet and bond with new individuals who share the same passion.

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