Royal Enfield Rider Mania 2018 Registrations Open

The world's largest gathering of Royal Enfield enthusiasts will be held from November 16-18, 2018 in Goa.

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Royal Enfield has opened registrations for the 2018 edition of Rider Mania


  • Early bird registrations cost Rs. 2,000 per person
  • More than 4,000 riders have already registered for the 2018 Rider Mania
  • Rider Mania is the world's largest gathering of Royal Enfield riders

Rider Mania, Royal Enfield's annual motorcycle festival is set to get bigger and better this year with three action-packed days of fun-filled activities from November 16 to November 18 in Goa. The three-day festival, described as the world's largest gathering of Royal Enfield enthusiasts, will follow the theme of 'Music, Mates and Motorcycling'- the ethos of the Royal Enfield community, and is set to welcome thousands of Royal Enfield owners and enthusiasts from across the country. And Royal Enfield has now officially opened registrations to the annual ride event.


(Royal Enfield unveiled the upcoming 650 Twins at Rider Mania 2017)

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Interested Royal Enfield riders can log on to the Royal Enfield official website and register for the event. Registration is open from September 1 to 30, for an amount of ₹ 2,000 and includes entry into the festival on all three days, and participation at all events, as well as limited edition Rider Mania decals. Registration will be opened for two more windows, but the costs will be slightly more for those looking to book at a later date. From October 1-31, registration charges will be ₹ 2,500 and the last window for registrations will be from November 1-11, and will cost ₹ 3,000 per person. More than 4,000 riders have already registered in the first few days since online registrations were opened.


The three-day festival will have a range of events designed to test the skills of riders, with the motorcycle, or off it, while offering a lot of fun during these activities. There will be a variety of artists and different genres of music offering something for everyone. Royal Enfield is expected to launch the newest models - the 650 twins - before Rider Mania, and both these models are expected to be showcased at this year's event. Last year, Royal Enfield unveiled the 650 twins at the 2017 edition of the Rider Mania in Goa.

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