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Ride As One With Royal Enfield’s One Ride 2018

In India, there are motorbikes… and then there’s Royal Enfield. A whole class apart and considered the biggest, baddest and toughest of all bikes, Royal Enfield (RE) is probably the only motorcycle brand in the Country that holds deep sentiment by each person that calls himself/herself a Rider. This is why when RE holds an event like One Ride 2018, you can bet your helmet that it’s going to be one hell of a ride!

What is One Ride 2018?

Royal Enfield’s One Ride 2018 is the 8th Edition in the series of ‘One Ride’ by the manufacturer. It is a phenomenal event on a global scale and is considered as one of the Largest Motorcycle Community Rides in the world where Royal Enfield Riders meet up and Ride as One to a decided location.

During the One Ride, RE enthusiasts and riders can join up the nearest hosted ride or host a ride themselves through the official Royal Enfield website. For this year, reports say that RE One Ride 2018 will be held in 28 different countries in more than 114 cities in India alone! Whoop! That is what we call huge! The Ride will be held on the 8th of April which falls on a Sunday.

How Do I Ride as One?

Anyone with a Royal Enfield motorbike can join the One Ride 2018 here:

Don’t have a bike but want to take part? Well, have no fear because Wheelstreet is here! Just click and you can easily rent yourself a super affordable high-quality Royal Enfield on the go! We are located in 39 cities, so don’t worry about where you want to Ride as One from, we got you covered!

Where is One Ride 2018 Taking Place?

The cities where the Royal Enfield One Ride 2018 will take place are: Goa, New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and last but not least, Bangalore.

Other international cities include Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Bogota, Medellin and Sao Paulo, just to name a few.

So there you have it! This year’s Royal Enfield One Ride is going to be better than ever so stop waiting around and head over to the One Ride website to get ready to roll! Have a happy dug-dug-dug folks! And as always, keep riding on!

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