Last week saw over 300 riders ride down to the historic city of Khajuraho, as the city played host to the third edition of Harley-Davidson’s Eastern HOG Rally. Held between December 5 and 7, the annual event saw the participation of riders from the American manufacturer’s 13 chapters across the country.
This was the first time that the Tiger Chapter hosted the annual zonal event, and going by the turnout we can say it was a success. The event also witnessed a Custom Contest where chopper builders from across the country showcased their creations in an attempt to hog the limelight by winning the coveted prize of the best custom bike. The event also had a pre-ride maintenance workshop, an arm-wrestling corner and the customary fusion music night.
In an attempt to promote the feeling of brotherhood and camaraderie among its owners, Harley-Davidson keeps conducting rallies and other such events, across the country. Last month, over 700-odd riders made it to the third edition of Eastern HOG Rally in Pushkar, making it the largest zonal event of its kind, so far.
Speaking about the event, Dharmendra Jain, Director Tiger Chapter, Indore said, "H.O.G. Rallies are always an amazing experience. It was great to see Harley owners ride long distances to join the brotherhood in Khajuraho. The passion and enthusiasm shown by our brothers motivated us to organise this Rally and inspire new and experienced riders alike. We are thrilled to have hosted this year's Eastern H.O.G. Rally, and hope that all the riders had a great experience, and a memorable time."