Thousands of bikers from across the country will get together in Goa over the weekend for a week of motorcycling, music and art. Held from November 18-20 at Hilltop in Vagator, the festival will bring music, art, heritage, inspiration and pop culture together with some of the greatest riders, artists, musicians and storytellers from all across the country participating. The excitement is high at the moment, considering the 12th edition of the festival is taking place after two years due to COVID restrictions.
Hosted by Royal Enfield, the event aims to bring action-packed day events, followed by power-packed performances by popular artistes from the industry. The festival will bring together people from the motorcycling world, their motorbikes, fashion, food and lifestyle in one space.
Riders can decide how they spend their time at the venue with several activities and events taking place simultaneously at various arenas. Motoreel is a space to initiate inspirational stories and two-way conversations between the stalwarts of the industry and passionate riders.
Motorsport enthusiasts will get a chance to ride on an off-road training motor park and training academy curated by India's first Dakar Rally participant CS Santosh and learn from several speaker sessions.
Riders can take part in challenges like dirt track, slide school and other adventures at the Motothrill area. Then there's the Royal Enfield pop-up museum, art display, a 1:3 model of the classic Royal Enfield and a lot more. The evenings will come alive with performances by several Indian artistes like Tetseo Sisters, Parvaaz, Karsh Kale, Divine and others.