Triumph owners 'Ride for Freedom' on Independence Day to support education for girls

To commemorate the 69 years of India’s Independence, around 300 Triumph Motorcycles customers came together to ‘Ride for Freedom’ on the Independence Day across twelve cities. Triumph Motorcycles, the iconic British Motorcycle manufacturer, partnered with Smile Foundation to support the cause of girl child education. Education provides freedom to mankind and India would be truly Independent when its girls get their right to education.

Triumph Motorcycles, which is closing 2000 customers in India, has had this ‘Ride for Freedom’ across all twelve cities wherein it has its dealerships in the country, on the Independence Day

Smile Foundation has been doing exemplary work towards healthcare, education and livelihood of children along with undertaking women empowerment programs. As part of the 'Ride for Freedom' campaign each participating Triumph Rider also took a pledge of donating a sum ranging from Rs. 500 to Rs. 4,200 that would provide for education expenses of a girl child through Smile Foundation.

Related Items


2016 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin first ride review

First off, let me tell you this – I think the new Street Twin looks fantastic. It looks a lot more modern than the older Bonneville, which purists might call treachery. But I think it looks pretty great. It seems like a Bonnie that has arrived in the modern age and that’s a good thing. It gets a fresher more contemporary look. Pretty much everything is different, yet remains the same. It has become more stylish but still retains that old school charm.

Read More

Triumph Motorcycles launches Tiger 800 XR at Rs. 10.5 lakh

Triumph Motorcycles launches Tiger 800 XR at Rs. 10.5 lakh

Read More