Ducati announces their first Dream Tour for India in Rajasthan.

Ducati India has returned with their first Dream Tour of 2019 - The Royal Rajasthan Ride. The ride is all set to be held from 1st February to 5th February 2019. This edition of the Dream Tour will offer riders an opportunity to experience the 'Land Of Kings' - Rajasthan. The ride is open to all Ducati owners throughout India. Riders will get to indulge in the rich heritage and culture of Rajasthan while riding their Ducati Motorcycles on some of the best roads of India.
The 5 days/4 nights excursion would be flagged-off from Ducati Gurgaon and the riders will follow the Delhi-Madawa-Bikaner-Khimsar-Samode-Delhi route that will lead them through the most scenic landscapes of Rajasthan. The riders will experience the Maharaja-like luxury, cultural brilliance and royal food that the paces have to offer.
Sergi Canovas, Managing Director of Ducati India, said “With three successful Dream Tours this year, we are glad to kickstart 2019 with another Dream Tour for Ducatisti to experience the myriad faces of Royal Rajasthan. These Dream Tours are organized keeping in mind the evolving Indian riders, the growing interest and passion for riding. With every Dream Tour, we aim to deliver premium Ducati lifestyle & experience to further enhance their love and passion for riding a Ducati.” 
Registrations for the ride are now open for Rs. 49,000/- per rider as an early bird slot till 31st December, 2018, post which the Dream Tour will cost Rs. 59,000/- per rider. This includes all accomodations, food and beverage, cover support vehicles equipped with complete backup, medical aid, place to keep guest luggage and a dedicated Ducati tech for service and recovery needs. However, the ride is limited to only 18 riders so if you plan on going for the Dream Tour, get going now.

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