Triumph Motorcycles conducted
a comprehensive training session for Triumph Tiger customers- - Tiger Training
Academy 2017 --at the Adventure Zone on Gurgaon-Faridabad road over the weekend
– January 14 & 15, 2017 where several biking enthusiasts from Delhi,
Chandigarh and other cities came together to experience some thrill riding under
the watchful eyes of trained professionals.
An enthusiastic feedback from
participants was the highlight of this one-of- its-kind event that encourages
adventure motorcycling in India. ‘’Í
came here with a lot of expectations and am overwhelmed by the complete biking
experience here. Such training sessions would encourage a lot of people to take
up adventure biking. I am already looking forward to the next edition” said
Shayne Singh, a biking enthusiast
Triumph's adventure segment
portfolio consists of five models - Tiger 800 XR, XRx, XCx, XCa and the Tiger
Explorer XC. Featuring a host of rider focused technology such as the standard
fitment of Triumph Traction Control and switchable ABS, the Tiger series boasts
of an incredible level of standard equipment designed to maximise comfort and
convenience on even the longest of journeys with its finely honed handling.
The Triumph Tiger 800 series
is one of the largest selling models in Triumph India's line-up. Whatever be
the road, whatever be the distance and whatever be the challenge, the Tiger
series are built to excel.
"The Tiger is truly a
remarkable adventure bike with its state-of-the-art features and rider focused
technology suited for both on and off road riding. The Tiger Training Academy
is an effort to give our riders seasoned quality training and interactive
sessions. It is a great way of showcasing how much one can explore with the
Tiger, which is capable in terms of performance and handling. Our bikes allow
people to have the fun of adventure and freedom to enjoy the ride. The market
is dynamic and consumers are therefore looking for motorcycles that suit
individual riders' needs - something that Triumph Motorcycles caters to,
through a range of products that suit the riding style of all." said Vimal
Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India.
Triumph currently sells 16
international models in India across the categories of classics, cruisers,
roadsters, adventure and super sports. Triumph Motorcycles India has 14
dealerships in India. Triumph Motorcycles India is celebrating three successful
years ever since it started operations here, the British brand has sold over
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