- TVS Nepal’s AOG organized the “Ride to Origin” campaign.
- 10 Nepali riders traveled 7000 km on TVS Apache series motorcycles from Nepal to India.
- The ride event promoted biking culture, inspired international riders, and actively promoted tourist destinations in Nepal.
Jagdamba Motors, the official distributor of TVS bikes in Nepal, formed the Apache Owners Group (AOG) to connect the youth through biking culture whilst supporting social work.
AOG recently achieved a major milestone by organizing an international ride, dubbed the “Ride to Origin” campaign.
10 Nepali Riders embarked on a 22-day journey on their TVS Apache series motorcycles, covering 7000 Km from Kathmandu, Nepal to TVS Factory in Mysore, India.
The AOG team riders found the Apache series motorcycles comfortable and efficient, with impressive braking and handling.
The ride event passed through different cities in Nepal and India, encouraging biking culture, inspiring other international riders, and actively promoting tourist destinations in Nepal.
During the ride, the AOG riders met bikers from India and Bangladesh. The riders participated in the TVS Moto Soul Biking event together.
The Nepal Tourism Board’s unwavering support greatly contributed to the ride’s success.
TVS has enabled Nepali riders to travel and stay informed about biking advancements through initiatives like the “Ride to Origin” campaign. The riders are grateful to TVS Nepal for this incredible opportunity, which deepened their love for TVS bikes and the biking culture.