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Here's A Chance To Get Leh'd With Your Ducati


The second edition of the Dream Tour will take place from 2 July – 16 July in Leh – Ladakh

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Community events enhance the joy of riding a motorcycle as it brings together like-minded riders who are passionate about their machines. Earlier this year, Ducati India joined hands with Helmet Stories to organise its first-ever Dream Tour, which was held between April 26 and April 30 in Himachal Pradesh. Eleven Ducati owners from all over India saddled up on their bikes, which included the Multistrada Enduro, Multistrada 1200S and Scrambler, and took off from Chandigarh with one-night stopovers at Narkanda, Jibhi, and Bir-Billing, which was the end point.

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Ducati India is now launching the second edition of the Dream Tour. Called The Ride To The Golden Land, the expedition will be held between 2-16 July and will see riders head towards the mecca of motorcycle riding in India - Leh. And the journey goes beyond, to Turtuk and Pangong, with the experts from Jack N Jill – The Moto Expedition Company leading the way.

Speaking about the Dream Tour, Sergi Canovas, the managing director of Ducati India, said, “We constantly strive to make the experience of owning a Ducati a special one. Whether it was with the Ducati Financial Services which simplifies the financing process or with the recent launch of Chennai dealership to expand our network, our goal is to keep the customer at the centre and give them an experience which a luxury brand like Ducati is revered for. With the Ducati Dream Tour, our goal is to make that experience even more experiential and rider focussed. We believe that every Ducati rider should experience the Dream Tour once as it’s specifically designed for riders, by riders and unlike other rides, it stands for more than just riding a motorcycle from point A to point B.”

Ducati Riding Experience Multistrada

The 14-day ride starts and ends in Chandigarh; and the total cost of the package is Rs 60,000, excluding taxes, insurance and personal expenses. The cost includes twin sharing accommodation, breakfast and dinner for all days except in Chandigarh, Manali and Leh; service backup plus an SUV along the duration of the trip, inner line permits for the restricted areas, and wireless communication support with the crew. All Scrambler models except the café racer are allowed for the ride. Other than the Scrambler, all Multistrada, Hyperstrada and Hypermotard models are allowed. For the finer print and more information, visit the Ducati Riding Experience India website.