The 14th edition of the RE Himalayan Odyssey commenced its journey from India Gate, Delhi to the highest mountain passes in the world. This year the odyssey has 61 motorcyclists including six women riders embarking on the ride that will span across the next 18 days over 2400 km.
The participants for the Himalayan Odyssey have gathered from across India and will reach Leh on July 12, 2017. They will proceed to Khardung-La on July 14, and will then be going through Keylong and Kaza, reaching Narkanda on July 22. The riders will then proceed to the final ride to Chandigarh on July 23. With ice capped mountain peaks in the view, participants will tackle some of most challenging terrains of the world on their respective Royal Enfield motorcycles.
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