Hero MotoCorp’s new initiative showcases the Xpulse’s capabilities, aims to provide the customers a platform to utilise their bike’s potential, as well as gives valuable riding tips, all in a specially curated off-road zone
Off-road enthusiasts in Bengaluru were in for a treat as the city hosted the third edition of the Hero MotoCorp XTracks off-roading event, after the successful conclusion of the multi-city event in Chennai and Delhi/NCR. As always, the Hero XTracks was an exciting opportunity for riders around the city of Bengaluru, as around 500 enthusiasts attended the event to experience the Hero MotoCorp XPulse 200, as yet the country’s most accessible adventure bike in a specially-curated off-road location.
The day-long event, which started at 7 am, was open for all off-road enthusiasts irrespective of the bike they owned. Hero MotoCorp, however, was on hand with 15 Xpulse 200 bikes, which they were providing to any of the participants to wanted to experience it for one lap of the approximately 3km-long off-road trail. Moreover, Hero MotoCorp had more than just an adrenaline rush in store for the participants, as the riders were also briefed on the critical skills needed to negotiate off-road terrain, thereby enhancing their off-road riding abilities. The participants were first provided with product and safety briefings, enabling them to understand the capabilities of the bike and inculcate safe riding habits.
Following the briefings, the riders were led on a specially curated on-and-off-road track by expert riders from Hero MotoCorp. The tracks included obstacles that helped the riders enjoy the off-road capabilities of the XPulse 200. From Bengaluru, the XTracks will next move to Kochi and then Pune in the coming weeks.