Triumph has offers in store as it completes three years in India with more than 3,500 bikes sold.
The iconic British bike manufacturer, Triumph, has just completed three successful years in India. The company started off with its first dealership in Bengaluru in 2013 and the network has now grown to 14 and increasing as the demand grows.
During these years, the company has accumulated more than 3,500 proud owners. Triumph is the only bike maker in India to offer bikes across all road-legal categories from street nakeds to supersports, from classics to cruisers and dual-purpose adventure bikes. Triumph India has also won 26 awards during the first three years for their innovative technology, design and performance. The company is ready to celebrate the anniversary by offering exciting offers, which will be available at all of their dealerships across the country during the month of December.
To simplify the process of owning the dream bike, the company has tied up with HDFC Bank for easier loan approval. Further, to get more people exposed to the world of two wheels, Triumph has curated a few initiatives to get riders acquainted with large capacity bikes. The company also has the Tiger Training Academy and California Superbike School, where owners can get their riding skills fine-tuned so they can enjoy their time on two wheels even more.
In addition, during these three years, Triumph has also supported education for girl child and organised multiple Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride to spread awareness about prostate cancer.
Speaking on the three-year anniversary, Vimal Sumbly, managing director, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt. Ltd., said: "It has been a delightful ride for us in India with an overwhelming response from our customers and partners who share our passion and enthusiasm. We are thankful to them for all our accomplishments in these years. We remain committed to delivering a true riding experience for all motorcycling enthusiasts in India with the most advanced technology and styling and look forward to many more exciting years ahead."