Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles will make the Tatsang Trails an annual calendar event… This edition will cover three states of North-East India…
So, Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles have commenced their 2022 edition of ‘Taktsang Trail’ annual ride from the city of Dimapur and are aiming to cover nearly 1000 km of explored and unexplored regions of North-Eastern States of India – Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
2022 Taktsang Trails by Jawa-Yezdi Motorcycles
Starting from the city of Dimapur, 14 riders, riding on their Jawa & Yezdi motorcycles will ride through Jorhat, Itanagar, Tezpur, and Guwahati to ‘discover and explore the region’s hidden gems on challenging riding routes and exceptionally scenic landscape’.
The company explains that the Taktsang Trails has been introduced in the Jawa-Yezdi Nomad’s calendar as an annual event to throw ample challenge to man and machine and encourage riders to discover and explore the hidden gems of various regions of our country.
Speaking about the ride, Mr. Ashish Singh Joshi (CEO of Classic Legends) said –
“With the Taktsang trail, we want to share a breathtaking experience for our participating riders. This unexplored trail will provide the right terrain and majestic routes, while testing the capabilities of our entire line-up of Motorcycles from Jawa and Yezdi. The riders will be able to enjoy the newly launched Yezdi range of motorcycles, but the Jawa and Jawa 42 will also enthrall the riders with their presence in the line-up. Riding the legendary Jawa and Yezdi motorcycles on this trail will be memorable for the Nomads.”
The company adds that along the course of the ride, the group of 14 riders will be joined by riders from the Indian Army present in the region and will offer ‘homage to the bravery of the armed forces’. These riders will also get the opportunity of meeting the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh – Mr. Pema Khandu – and GOC-5 Mountain Division, who will be flagging off the riders in the Tenga section of the ride.
The 2022 Taktsang Trail ride started from Khonoma village (Asia’s first green village) and went through the city of Dimapur to the Nemati Ghats of the Brahmaputra River. Then the riders will traverse through Itanagar, covering Majuli, North Lakhimkur, and Nirjuli, passing through the lush green fields of Assam. Post Itanagar, they will enter Nameri National Forest reserve and Pakke Tiger reserve, home to not only just tigers but elephants, rare species of birds and fish in the Jia Bharali River.