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Ducati India announces third season of Dream tour in India for 2019

Team OD  | Published: June 01, 2019, 09:30 AM IST

Ducati India has announced the third season of its Dream Tour that will be done in Spiti Valley. The ride will commence from August 26 and will continue till September 1, 2019 and is open to all Ducati customers in the country. The  8 day/ 7 night excursion will be flagged off from Ducati Gurgaon, wherein the riders will take the Delhi - Shimla - Sangla - Tabo - Kaza - Nako - Theog - Delhi route. The company mentions that this 7-Day ride will  pass through high-altitude passes,  meandering bends, and rugged landscapes. Registrations for this season of Dream tour in India where interested riders can book their slot for Rs 95,000 (including 5 per cent tax).  In addition to this, previous Dream Tour participants and DOC members will be entitled to a flat discount of Rs 10,000 on their bookings.

This season of the Dream Tour will see a maximum participation of 15 riders. The cost mentions above will include all accommodations, food and beverage, support vehicles equipped with complete backup, medical aid, guest luggage space and a dedicated Ducati tech for any service and recovery. For DRE Dream Tours, Ducati India is also running a contest with GoPro wherein participants of the Dream Tours from 15th March to 31st December 2019 can submit a video shot on GoPro to the Ducati India team and the best video will win a GoPro Fusion Camera.

Sergi Canovas, Managing Director of Ducati India, said "India has some of the best destinations to ride on and Spiti Valley amidst the mountains is a perfect blend of beauty and adventure. With every Dream Tour, we strive to raise the bar for our riders and provide them with unique experiences on their Ducatis. We are confident that the Dream Tour to the spellbinding Spiti Valley will be ideal for our riders to enhance their riding skills while exploring a rich culture, panoramic views, and sumptuous local cuisines."


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