Hero Dirt Biking Challenge: Launched by Hero MotoCorp

   Jul 29,2022

Hero Dirt Biking Challenge is launched by Hero MotoCorp. It is an India-wide talent hunt for promising off-roading racers. There will be qualifying rounds in 45 cities and some handy sponsorship contracts, and an opportunity to get trained by leading rally racers of Hero MotoSports like CS Santosh and Joaquim Rodrigues. 

City qualifying rounds are from August-October 2022. Winners will get the sponsorship contracts, XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition.


Dates and Registration of Hero Dirt Biking Challenge

Intrigued members should be at least 18 years of age and have a legitimate bike driving license. Online enrollment for the Hero Dirt Biking Challenge will be trailed by city qualifiers where chosen participants will fight it out in a sluggish race format. These rounds will happen from August 13-October 2.

Selected participants will then continue toward the regional rounds that will be held across 18 cities - these are one-day off-road races. Of these, 100 chosen riders will continue to a five-day regional boot camp where they will be prepared by Indian rally expert CS Santosh.

The boot camp will finish up with a race and the top 20 members will then continue toward the finals that will be held at Hero MotoCorp's Center of Innovation of Technology in Jaipur. Here, participants will be prepared by Hero MotoSports' driving global rally racers, including Joaquim Rodrigues, Ross Branch, Sebastian Buhler and Franco Caimi. These racers have contended effectively in the world's hardest rallies, including the Dakar Rally.

The talent hunt will likewise be broadcasted on MTV and streamed over Voot in November 2022.

Prizes for Hero Dirt Biking Challenge

One last race will decide the inevitable champ, who will be gifted a sponsorship contract worth Rs 10 lakh and a Hero Xpulse 200 4V Rally Edition motorcycle. The runner-ups will likewise get anXPulse 200 4V Rally Edition bicycle, alongside sponsorship contracts worth Rs 5 lakh and Rs 3 lakh.

Ranjivjit Singh, chief development officer, Hero MotoCorp, said the talent hunt will "give a further lift to the off-road riding in the country." "I'm certain this first-of-its-sort drive in the nation will open entryways for riding lovers and furnish India with its future heroes. We hope everything works out for the participants," he added.

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