KTM Adventure Tours Day Wise Itinerary Konkan
OVERVIEW
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
KONKAN
  • Explore the pristine beaches along the Konkan coast as we take the road less-travelled right up till Goa, The Pearl Of The Orient.
  • Travel in a ferry, cross over creeks and challenging terrain.
  • Learn how to master riding on beach sand, slush and gravel.
PRICE: ₹18 000/-
Mumbai/ Pune – Harihareshwar | 200km

We leave the bustling city of Mumbai and take the iconic ferry from Gateway of India to Alibaug. The Pune riders traverse through the majestic landscape of the Sahyadris via the famed Tamhini Ghats. Both teams meet at Roha for lunch and grasp the basics of touring and adventure riding. A quick turn away from the highway will take us alongside the scenic and stunning off-road trails of Konkan, before parking the wheels for the day at the rest spot in Harihareshwar.

Harihareshwar – Ganpatipule | 200km

We start the day with a ferry ride over the magnanimous Savitri river. A short but enticing offroad route will help us undertake the basic offroad drills, like climbing over a running bike and the basics of lifting a fallen motorcycle - correctly. As the learning builds up on day three, the coastal road ahead leads us to Ganpatipule, hugging the beaches all along - making for some beautiful scenery with some more ferries along the route before we settle for the day.

Ganpatipule – Goa | 240km

Rich in heritage, the Sindhudurg district welcomes us with some unseen inner trails that very few have discovered. A tedious but daring offroad trail will take us to a watchtower point for a clear view of the expanse. From there we wind our way down to Malvan, taking the last leg of the coastal route that passes through internal mangroves filled with slush and knee-deep water-crossings. The hard day's ride will end overlooking the seaside landscape of North Goa with some delicious local seafood, campfire, selfies and the usual motorcycle banter.

Morjim, Goa (Rest Day)

Day four sees us relax and unwind in the scenic locales of North Goa, away from the commercialized beaches and onto the calm waters of the Arabian Sea. We visit cafes and eateries with authentic Goan food and spend the day recovering for the return journey. There will be music, motorcycles and mayhem to revel in.

Goa – Dapoli | 340km

The journey starts with a focus to ride more of the internal roads that snake their way through the dense tree cover of Dajipur Bison Forest. A short break for some lake side riding in slush and muck before settling down for lunch. Closing in on the day's halt at Dapoli, we will indulge in some more beach riding sessions to have a recap of all the riding done so far.

Dapoli – Mulshi | 150km

A farewell to the Konkan coast gets us back into the Sahyadris via some arduous and tricky offroads that will test the limits of body and mind. With a week of adventure riding gone by, we will highlight the basics of endurance preparations and revise the basics of adventure riding that we learnt, practiced and mastered. After which the riders will be felicitated with an exclusive certification from KTM India officials, to acknowledge having completed the entire Konkan Chase successfully. A badge of honour to be flaunted for sure. Don't forget to tag us!

Mulshi - Mumbai/ Pune | 170km

After a week filled with riding some unseen roads and demanding offroads, the final leg of the Konkan trail heads home via the iconic old NH4 Pune-Mumbai highway concluding the ride in Mumbai and Pune.

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Highlights
  • Calendar
    27-03 Oct ’21,
    20-26 Dec ’21,
    24-30 Jan ’22
  • Bookings Open For
  • Location
    Start Location: Mumbai
    Joining Points: Mumbai, Pune
    End Location: Mumbai
  • Distance
    1300 km
  • Terrain
    Tarmac, Beach,
    Hills
  • Duration
    6N-7D
  • Price
  • Master Trainer
    Varad More

Accommodation on double/triple -sharing basis in campsite / guesthouse / hotel depending on the availability

3 meals on all tour days- starting from breakfast on day 1 till the last day of the ride. Morning & Evening tea / coffee is also included

One motorbike mechanic in case of any breakdown

First Aid Box and a paramedic to administer basic first aid

Services of a Tour Manager to coordinate logistics

Any meal, service or charges not mentioned in inclusions

Petrol expenses, insurance and mandatory COVID test, if required for any of the riders

Environmental & Permit fees

Any entry fees, monument fees, guide charges, camera fees, tolls, parking, activity charges, etc.

Any juices, soft drinks, bottled water, beverages, etc.

Any shipping assistance provided to transport your bike to the starting city

Cost of any spare parts consumed during the ride

Any costs rising due to delays, roadblocks, medical emergencies, breakdowns, etc

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CHECKLIST
Rules & Guidelines

Tours/ Rides/ Track Event Rules
  • Follow all rules and regulations of the ride and the Pilot Rider. They are for your and fellow riders' safety.
  • Riding gear – We recommend every rider should have at least the basic safety gears such as right size helmets, riding jackets, hand gloves, riding pants / knee guards, protective footwear, etc. Riders will not be allowed to ride in shorts, track pants, or sleeveless vests at any time during the entire ride.
  • Zero tolerance – Riders who have bad motorcycle attitude, ego issues or under the influence of any kind of alcohol or drugs during/ beginning of the ride will not be allowed.
  • The Expert rider will be conducting alcohol tests every morning as per the routine. Failing to meet the requirements will result in the Expert rider expelling you from the ride immediately.
  • Riding Formation – Always follow the riding formation and guidelines laid by Road Captain. Each rider must maintain strict discipline when it comes to riding formation and riding speeds.
  • Traffic Laws – Follow all the traffic laws. Breaking of any traffic law will not be tolerated. If a rider is caught by any of the traffic cops for breaking traffic laws, he / she will be responsible for it and must handle that situation by himself / herself.
  • No Stunts - Performing bike stunts will not be allowed while on the group rides.
  • Communicate – Always communicate through signals with your Pilot rider, or any of the fellow riders just in case you are facing any kind of riding problems or any kind of health issues during the ride.
  • Documents – Please maintain all the necessary documents of your bike such as Vehicle Registration Certificate {RC card}, Insurance Certificate and valid Driving License.
  • Maintenance – Get your bike serviced in time, go for a short ride and ensure your bike is as fit as you for the travel to avoid unwanted interruptions to you and our fellow riders.
  • Fuel - Always fill up your tank before the ride so we don’t want have to stop unnecessarily for fuel on the way and cause delays.
  • No Mobile Usage – Riders are not allowed to use electronic devices such a mobile phones, cameras, video cameras, while they are on the ride.
  • First Aid Kit – Always carry your personal first aid kit along with you while coming on the ride. This is for your own safety as the Pilot rider may be unaware of your medical conditions and appropriate medications.
  • Necessity – Always carry hard cash along on the ride. There may be many places where there may not be any ATM available and there may be many places where people don’t accept digital forms of payments.
  • Acceptance – Always be ready to face all kinds of weather conditions, including rains while you are on ride. So, it is better to carry your raincoat, luggage cover, or your winter coat as well.
  • Changes – There may be last moment changes as well in the plan or in the route depending on the few unavoidable situations.
  • Remember to Carry - One set of extra comfortable clothes, a water bottle, some healthy snacks and a small hand towel.
  • Enjoy - Enjoy every bit of the ride with a relaxed mind, never try to be in a hurry.
The New Normal of Covid-19
  • Considering the new normal, we intend to keep riders’ safety first by undertaking all the necessary precautions during the ride.
  • All Places of stay have been chosen considering COVID compliances.
  • However, all participants are expected to keep sanitizers, gloves, face masks in their riding kit, enough to last the whole duration of the ride.
  • All participants are expected to maintain social distancing at all times.
  • All participant will have to download the Aarogya setu app for the entire duration of the ride and the status will be checked every morning at Breakfast time.
  • Temperature check will be done every morning and evening, right from day one.
  • Signed declaration indemnifying agency for KTM by all participants giving their consent for both COVID and third-party liability.

Things To Carry

LIST OF ESSENTIALS
  • Please note that you will be carrying all your personal luggage on your bike, therefore pack accordingly and bring minimal items to make sure your ride is comfortable.
  • RTPCR Test with negative results mandatory, if required for any of the riders
  • You will have to strap your luggage to your bike. Carry your stuff in a duffel bag, soft shoulder bag or a rucksack that you can strap on to your bike. Carry a waterproof cover and straps for your luggage. Please avoid carrying expensive watches, jewellery and electronic items on the ride. You are responsible for the safety & security of your personal belongings.
Personal items:
  • Personal documents: Drivers License
  • Vehicle documents: RC/ Insurance/ PUC
  • Personal clothing, if needed - Light t-shirts, Trousers, Light fleece jacket, Small light weight towel, Cap/hat ,Comfortable shoes/floaters for off-the-bike wear, Insulated water bottle and/or hydration pack, sunglasses with UV protection and ability to cut the glare, spare pair of socks
  • Personal toiletries, sunscreen lotion, lip balm
  • A small First-Aid kit and Medicines, any specific medication you may require, torch / flashlight (with extra batteries)
  • COVID Safety Kit; Face masks, gloves, sanitizers etc
  • Basic tool repair ki, extra bungee cords/ luggage locking belts
  • Piece of rope, spare key of your bike
  • High energy snacks
  • Waterproof pouches for securing electronic items
  • Spare spectacles, glass cleaning solution.
  • Light warmers and rain protection wear.

How To Prepare Your Bike

We strongly recommend you service your motorcycle at the nearest KTM service center. Ride the bike for a short weekend trip before the tour onset. Ensure that the following is being addressed at the service center with the help of the technician.
  • Inspect your suspension before the trip
  • Check the rear swing-arm bush for wear and tear and replace if necessary
  • Check your chain and rear sprocket for wear.
  • Your bike’s clutch is really crucial for this trip. So make sure that your clutch is in order and adjusted properly without trace of any drag, slip etc.
  • Check your battery and earthing connections. The demanding terrain and the riding conditions that you and the machine are likely to encounter on the route could further accentuate existing problems.
  • Check all cables and if any are frayed, replace them.
  • It is critical that you know your machine’s fuel consumption.

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