The iconic Indian Motorcycle brand
flagged off their first national group ride from Delhi to Daman. Riders came
under the banner of IMRG (Indian Motorcycle Riders Group) in Delhi while other
riders will also join in from all parts of the country for the national ride
being held from September 30 to October 2, 2016.
The ride was flagged off from the
Indian Motorcycle dealership in Gurgaon and will see participation from
customers, dealers and company officials alike. Riders from different cities
will all congregate at Nahuli, which is 22kms from Daman, on September 30,
2016. The IMRG which will proceed from New Delhi, will
cover a total of 1300kms, riding through Rajasthan and Gujarat to finally
conclude their journey in Daman.
Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., said,
“Owners of Indian Motorcycle across the globe have always been going for long
road trips, hence we felt that giving a similar platform to our customers in
India, would be an ideal gift to them for pursuing their passions. This
National Ride would truly help the riders to understand the appeal of Indian
Motorcycle ownership. I’m confident that the participants would enjoy the
itinerary that has been planned for them, where the group leaving from New
Delhi and other parts of India will keep increasing in numbers as they shall
join other IMRG members at Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Nahuli, before finally
concluding their journey at Daman on September 30, 2016. I wish all the bikers
participating in this ride all the very best for their journey.”
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