Kogo app ties up with IBW 2021 – offers riders specially curated itineraries and stays at the festival
India Bike Week has announced their partnership with Kogo as the official Rider Connect platform for India Bike Week 2021 — the Special Edition. This partnership enables riders and participants access to the Kogo device/app and its features specifically curated for this edition of the India Bike Week, including booking and purchase of special packages with festival passes. Kogo will organise self-guided rides for riders coming to India Bike Week 2021 from as many as 11 cities across the country.
Kogo is essentially a device-app platform through which users can not only plan out their trips, but make bookings for their destination, while also tracking and storing all their travel data. By tying up with IBW, Kogo is trying to giver participants at IBW 2021 a more curated experience than they would otherwise get. In addition to festival passes being available on the app, participants will get access to special curated accommodation in hotels and camp sites around the festival. Making use of features that the Kogo app has built in to it, riders can also connect with each other on the go, exchange information and recommendations, and offer assistance to other riders through the Road Connect feature.
This year, India Bike Week and Kogo have also organized the Kogo Wild Ride Challenge, as part of which the top ten riders who have travelled the furthest distance will receive rewards. The first three winners will receive cash rewards of Rs 15,000, Rs 12,000, and Rs 8000 respectively.
Another really neat feature is the fact that Kogo will provide roadside assistance and safety in case something does go wrong. Riders will also have direct access to ambulance services on the way to IBW and back from their respective cities. Kogo also enables users to share their experiences by helping them craft posts, videos, and captions for their social media handles and IBW 2021 should be an absolute goldmine for such content creation. To download the Kogo app, click here and here.
Raj K Gopalakrishnan, CEO, Kogo said, “We at Kogo are thrilled to be the Official Rider Connect Platform for IBW 2021. The Kogo app will enable participants to buy festival pass packages, connect with fellow riders, participate in challenges, and tap into our one-of-a-kind road safety features. We look forward to welcoming the IBW community on our platform to book, create, participate and share their incredible experiences from the road.”
There is a lot of action set to happen at the India Bike Week 2021 — The Special Edition that we simply can’t wait to see unfold. Pre-registrations have already begun, and to spike your interest further, Harley-Davidson has also announced that it is launching the Sportster at this edition of the India Bike Week. Now, pack your bags and click here to book those tickets!