- Triumph Motorcycles showcased the all new Thruxton R – the ultimate café racer and the for the first time ever the all-new scrambler kit on the Street Twin
- Hosted at Lavasa International Convention Center, an event “Of the Riders, For the Riders, By the Riders”
- Key highlights included Meet & Greet Sessions with the motorcycling community, interactive sessions by seasoned bikers, display of contemporary, vintage and customized bikes
World Motorcycle Day for the second successive year, Triumph Motorcycles, the iconic British motorcycle manufacturer reignited the passion and love for riding by being a part of the MotoDay 2016 in association with MotoDreamz.Convened at Lavasa International Convention Center, MotoDay 2016 brought together motorcycling enthusiasts from across the country to celebrate the free spirit of motorcycling. Conceived as a common platform for motorcycle aficionados to share the love of riding, the event featured motorcyclist from across the country congregating at the beautiful city of Lavasa.
Triumph Motorcycles also took the wraps off the all-new Thruxton R, alongside showcasing the first ever scrambler kit on a Street Twin and the recently launchedBonneville T120.
“MotoDay 2016 has been a fantastic platform to celebrate the love of riding, making it a level playing field for all motorcycle lovers. Motorcycling, that fuses fun, freedom and adventure, is the ultimate equalizer and it was amazing to see the passion with which the biking community has come together under one roof.The overwhelming response from the riders and motorcycle enthusiasts have made us upbeat about the times to come.” said Mr. Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Neeraj Athalye, Co-Founder, MotoDreamz said,“MotoDay is a excellent platform for rider from across brands to join in and celebrate this memorable day together. We are extremely happy with Triumph and our association and look forward to similar rider focused events in the near future.”
Mr. Shailesh Bhandari, Dealer Principal, BU Bhandari said, “We are extremely happy with the rider turn out this year. Lavasa is a great destination for Bikers and like last year, our riders thoroughly enjoyed this unique event.”
Encompassing key highlights like Meet, Greet and Connect sessions with the motorcycling community; interactive sessions by seasoned motorcyclists talking about travel, technique, safety and security; entrepreneurs speaking about their love for motorcycling amongst others, MotoDay 2016 helped create an equal platform for all two wheelers; irrespective of make and creed. An event “Of the Riders, For the Riders, By the Riders”, MotoDay 2016 also showcased an exclusive look through into the passion of motorcycles with an alluring display of 75 – 80 bikes and participated by 1400 riders from across the country on Day 1.