Motoziel, an Indian motorcycle
touring company and Edelweiss Bike Travel, a global front runner motorcycle
tourism company have announced a new joint venture called ‘Motoziel Edelweiss
Pvt. Ltd’. Headquartered in Gurgaon, the joint venture Motoziel Edelweiss Pvt.
Ltd. is incorporated to provide complete motorcycling experience and re-define motorcycling
as a new found lifestyle among the motorcycle enthusiasts in India and abroad.
A rider can choose from the
largest fleet of big bikes including Harley Davidson, Ducati, Triumph, BMW, Honda,
Suzuki and Kawasaki. The JV company will offer experiences including
self-guided and guided tours in more than 10 countries in the sub-continent, in
addition to offering rides across continents.
Overwhelmed with this
association, Kalyan Mazumder, Co-Founder & MD, Motoziel said, “We are extremely proud and excited to
partner with a company of supreme repute worldwide in bike travels. Motorcycle
enthusiasts in India, tourists seeking big bike travel experience through the
sub-continent terrains, can now opt for a big bike of their choice, a
pre-designed tour package or customise it as per their preference and enjoy the
thrill under guidance of international experts.”
Talking about the partnership,
Biswaroop Banerjee, Co-Founder, ED & CEO, Motoziel added, “With this JV, Motoziel has embarked
on a very exciting journey and we now have very aggressive plans for developing our business and
boosting revenues in the future.”
Rainer Buck, Managing
Director, Edelweiss Bike Travel quoted, “There is immense potential in the motorcycle tourism sector in
India and its neighbouring countries and we are aiming at the untapped market opportunity that is
available.” He further added, “We are happy and proud to announce our association with Kalyan
Mazumder and Biswaroop Banerjee and their team of the newly founded company Motoziel, as we feel
that we found just the right partners to conquer the Indian market.”
Fleet of big bikes in India and Indian Sub-Continent: Harley
Davidson 883, Ducati Scrambler and
Triumph Bonneville T100 and
International Fleet: BMW, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Ducati, Honda,
Kawasaki, Suzuki and Royal
Tours across India: Rajasthan, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh,
Uttarakhand, Sikkim, North East and South
Tours across Indian Sub-Continent: Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar,
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Tours across the world: Europe, North & South America, Africa
and Asia Pacific.
Long Rides ranging from 7 nights to 14 nights
Short Rides ranging from 1
night to 4 nights
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