22 Riders, 1,500 km, 13 Days – TVS Flags-Off AOG Ride To Spiti Valley 2022

TVS AOG Ride To Spiti will conclude on July 31 back in Chandigarh… Ride flagged off by many big names of Punjab Government…

TVS Apache Owners Group (AOG) have announced the commencement of the 2022 edition of ‘AOG Ride To Spiti Valley’ from Chandigarh. 

The Ride to Spiti Valley rolled out on the 19th of July and will see 22 riders from across the country, taking on the challenge of conquering 1,500 km over 13-days and completing the journey to the beautiful and treacherous terrain of Spiti Valley. The ride will conclude on July 31 back in the city from it started – Chandigarh.

TVS describes this 1,500 km ride as a ‘celebration of the ultimate bond between Man and Machine’. They explain that various AOG rides propagate the philosophy #RideForChange and are contributing & pledging towards making the lives of students better.  

As a part of this initiative, this ride will be supporting the TVS Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) (the social arm of TVS Motor Company) and will be facilitating students in Komic village for an entire year by distributing educational supplies.

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Commenting on the ride, Mr Vimal Sumbly (Head Business – Premium, TVS Motor Company) said –

“The #AOGRideToSpitiValley 2022 is one of our annual marquee rides that pushes the limits of the riders and the bikes. This year we have also initiated the #RideForChange supported by TVS Srinivasan Services Trust (SST), the social arm of TVS Motor Company, wherein we as TVS AOG give back to the society.”

The AOG Ride to Spiti Valley was flagged-off by by Mr Karnesh Sharma (IAS, Director, Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Punjab), Mr Himanshu Gupta (PCS, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Dera Bassi, SAS Nagar, Punjab) and Ms. Amaninder Kaur Brar (PCS, Additional Deputy Commissioner General, SAS Nagar, Punjab).


Take a look below at the shared itinerary for the 2022 edition of TVS AOG Ride to Spiti Valley – 

July 19Chandigarh
July 20Chandigarh to Narkanda180 km
July 21Narkanda to Chitkul185 km
July 22Explore Chitkul75 km
July 23Chitkul to Kalpa65 km
July 24Kalpa to Kaza250 km
July 25Key Monastery to Kibbar100 km
July 26Langza to Hikkim to Komic100 km
July 27Kaza to Chandra Taal100 km
July 28Chandra Taal to Manali120 km
July 29Explore the Valley of the Gods100 km
July 30Manali to Chandigarh300 km
July 31Conclusion – Ride out to respective destinations