February 29 , 2024

    Harley bike rally held to encourage people to come watch National Games


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    The 37th National Games organisers in collaboration with Harley Davidson
    Bike Owners Goa Chapter and Mayfair Hotels organised a bike rally on Sunday from Tilak Maidan,
    Vasco to the Campal Games Village to raise awareness for the Games and also encourage people to
    come and watch the sporting extravaganza.
    About 10,000 athletes are competing for glory in over 40 sports disciplines in the National Games
    that are being held at five different locations for over a fortnight.
    The rally, which saw over 30 owners participate, was flagged off by Games Technical Committee
    Chairman Amitabh Sharma and the riders covered a distance of about 35 kilometres during which
    they raised awareness about the Games and what they mean for the state.
    Addressing the riders, Sharma said “Goa has always been the most popular tourist destination in the
    country. By organising the National Games, the state has underlined its potential as a future sports
    Harley Davidson Riders Goa Chapter director Francis Gomes said, “National Games provides
    everyone a platform to interact with players from across the country and promotes Unity in
    “The moto of these Games is Judenge, Jiyenge, JItenge and it is the need of the hour,” he added.
    The rally saw different models of Harley Davidson like 90s classic, 40x among others. “Harley is not
    just a bike but an emotion. We believe that the bike chooses you and not the other way around,”
    said Goa chapter Deputy Director A Mendis.
    The owners also enjoyed watching action in weightlifting, Pencak Silat, table tennis and swimming
    at Campal.
    Mayfair Elixir Managing Director Bjorn Deniese, who was instrumental in arranging the bike rally,
    said, “We are elated to be associated with the National Games in Goa and Harley Davidson. We are
    confident that chief minister Pramod Sawant’s vision of developing sports tourism in the state
    through this platform will definitely come true.”

    Bike rally near SPM

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