Triumph Motorcycles Flags Off Tiger Trails To Celebrate 750 Tiger Customers

Auto | May 20, 2017, 4:47 a.m.

SKILL-DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM TO TAKE RIDERS THROUGH NARKANDA, JALORI PASS, KULLU VALLEY AND MANALI


British motorcycle marque Triumph has become the leader in the premium adventure segment in India with 750 Tiger motorcycles being sold till date. The Triumph Tiger was launched in 2015 and the adventure motorcycle range is backed by a skill-development event called Tiger Training Academy. After successfully hosting the event across multiple cities, Triumph has decided to up the ante by organising Triumph Tiger Trails, which involves real-time training sessions, outside the confines of a dirt track. Also read: Triumph Bonneville Bobber Launched at Rs 9.09 lakh

 

Triumph Tiger Trails will expose riders to the finer nuances of adventure motorcycling and the pleasure of riding through some of the scenic routes in Himachal Pradesh. The trail begins at Mashobra and passes through the beautiful vistas of Narkanda, the challenging terrain of Jalori Pass and Kullu Valley and will conclude in Manali.

 

 

Speaking about the four-day programme, Vimal Sumbly, managing director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, “The Triumph Tiger has been pivotal in building the adventure riding category and culture in India and is currently the market leader within this fast-growing segment. Our customers are not just Triumph Tiger owners but active riders who already travel extensively but also want to learn the best ways to make the most of their Tigers. The idea behind conducting such training sessions is to pick up from where the Tiger training academy left off, furthering our commitment towards propagating a safe riding culture in India.”

 

Triumph offers five models in the adventure segment- Tiger 800 XR, XRx, XCx, XCa and the Tiger Explorer XC priced between Rs 10.60 lakh to Rs 18.75 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. All their bikes come with ABS and a host of rider-friendly technologies for easy and safe riding.


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Triumph Motorcycles Flags Off Tiger Trails To Celebrate 750 Tiger Customers

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