Bajaj is all set to commence the Dominar hyper tours with the 7 lakes of Ladakh starting from the Delhi.

Bajaj Dominar Review Test Ride
Bajaj is all set to kick off the first such Dominar hyper tour this August

Bajaj started marketing the Dominar 400 under the ‘Go Hyper Riding’ tagline very recently. And as part of the brand development strategy, the company is now conducting rides (called hyper tours) for Dominar owners. The first such ride will be from Delhi to Leh.

We have seen Leh and Ladakh play a host to the Royal Enfield brand of vehicles and now it is Bajaj’s turn. The hyper tour is being conducted by Bajaj and will cover a total distance of 2650 kms (up and down). The route is Delhi-Tsokar lake-Kyagar Tso-Tsomoriri lake-Ryul-Mirpal Tso lake-Chagar Tso-Pangong Tso and finally Leh.

This route is known to have the toughest motorable passes in the world with temperatures ranging at minus degree Celsius in some places making it difficult to breathe also. While some sections of the ride will have no roads at all, some will have less travelled trails. This hyper tour is a 14 day affair starting on 26th August 2017 and ending on 8th September 2017.

For those reading this and who have already decided to give this a shot, contact the number in the below image. It is equally important to be physically and mentally fit while on a tour like this. Carry sufficient clothes (sweaters, jackets, headbands, and thermals, etc.) and also make sure you are in appropriate riding gear. Also, make sure your Dominars are in proper shape for the ride as they too will take a beating from the weather and the terrain.

On behalf of MotorBeam, I would like to wish best of luck (for everyone who’s heading to this hyper tour) and I urge all the riders to ride safe.

Dominar Hyper Tours

– The first Dominar hyper tour will commence on 26th August 2017
– The ride is being planned from Delhi to Leh covering the 7 lakes of Ladakh
– A total distance of 2650 kms will be covered

Dominar 7 Lakes Of Ladakh
A total distance of 2650 kms will be covered from Delhi to Leh and back