Every Royal Enfield rider across the country dreams of attending the much celebrated Hornbill Riders’ Meet in Nagaland one day.
This year around 350 riders from across the country and a couple from outside the country got to live their dreams as they, together, with hundreds of riders from Nagaland took part in the seventh edition of Hornbill Riders Meet.
The event was organized by Nagaland Motorcycle Club as part of the ongoing Hornbill Festival 2018. Hornbill Riders’ meet is a two-day event and it began on December 7 and concluded on Sunday with the riders making a final ride to Naga Heritage Village of Kisama.
The riders camped at Thizama in Kohima for the two-day event where several events like live music, DJ night and traditional games kept the riders entertained.
The riders also rode to Puliebadze on Saturday and later in the evening visited the night carnival at Kohima.
The Hornbill Riders Meet has slowly become bigger and better as the years passed and this year too it has definitely not disappointed those that have rode their Royal Enfield thousands of kilometres to be part of the event.
The Hornbill Riders Meet is not just a Meet for Royal Enfield riders but more importantly it is about bringing people from different places with different cultures together as one and show case the beauty of Nagaland, the hospitality of the people and the rich culture and traditions of Nagaland.
The Hornbill Riders Meet 2018 saw riders from the whole of the Northeast along with riders from other parts of the country and a few from outside the country including one rider from Bhutan and one from Japan.