Asad Khan emerges as 2022 Hero Dirt Bike Challenge champion

The first-ever Hero Dirt Biking Challenge ends on a high note.

Hero MotoCorp announced on Saturday that it has successfully concluded its first-ever 2022 Hero Dirt Bike Challenge season after more than four months of rigorous competition among riders and enthusiasts across the country.
Launched in July 2022, the new off-road driving challenge ended with the top 20 competitors competing to become the inaugural HDBC Champion. The company announced Asad Khan as the final champion, while Rakesh N and Gidyun were first and second runners-up respectively.
The company also awarded first and second runners-up its popular Hero Xpulse 200 4V motorcycle, and the podium champions also won sponsorship deals worth Rs 10 lakhs, Rs 6 lakhs and Rs 4 lakhs respectively.

Olesya Dias proved to be the best female off-roader in the first season on HDBC, which will also air on TV in the coming months.

Commenting on HDBC, Ranjivjit Singh, Chief Growth Officer, Hero MotoCorp said, “The massive enthusiasm and participation in the Hero Dirt Biking Challenge is proof that the off-road riding segment is growing in the country and that Hero MotoCorp has been at the forefront of spreading this culture with the Hero Xpulse 200 4V.

The company informed that more than one million participants registered for the HDBC, of ​​which only 20 were shortlisted for the season. The selection process took place over four stages, 41 cities and more than 120 days

“Xpulse is a favorite with cyclists, whether professional, amateur or daily rider. HDBC is a one-of-a-kind initiative in the country that opened doors for equestrian enthusiasts to achieve glory and provided India with its future champions. We congratulate the winners and wish all finalists the best for the future,” added Singh.