The Distinguished Gentlemenâ€™s Ride founded by a group of Australian friends in 2012 made it’s presence felt in India when rider groups on Triumph bikes took to streets on Sunday morning. The two wheel salute to prostate cancer deals with perception often linked to motorcyclists, and raises prostate cancer awareness.
Delhi: Triumph Motorcycles India gears up for yet another product offering by adding another member to its family today at a launch event scheduled in the capital with its Thunderbird LT launch.
Triumph India has sent a mail out, hinting at a new motorcycle launch in India on 18th September. In the teaser, they talk about adding a new member to their line-up in India. We are not sure which is this new family member they are talking about, but speculations are rife as to which this model might be.
British motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph makes about 50,000 bikes each year and does business through 745 dealers in 54 countries. Triumph in India has been branching out at rapid pace ever since it launched 10 bikes on a single day back in November 2013.
With about 2,000 personnel employed globally, Triumph Motorcycles has subsidiary operations in UK, America, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Benelux, Brazil, and India. Triumph has manufacturing facilities in Hinckley, Leicestershire and Thailand and assembly facilities in Brazil, and India. Triumph Motorcycles India launch 10 bikes across segments in November 2013 to begin operations here, followed by daytona 675 at the Auto Expo 2014.
New Delhi: 14 January, 2013 â€“ The British iconic motorcycle brand, Triumph Motorcycles recently announced their foray into India. To ensure potential buyers have the perfect finance option, Triumph Motorcycles has tied up with one of the leading Indian bank, HDFC Bank for providing a number of attractive finance schemes.
British motorcycle marquee, Triumph has been eyeing the Indian market for some time now. It all started at the 2012 Delhi Auto Expo, where they revealed their motorcycle line-up and launch plans for India. They even released the price of their motorcycles, but, never launched them. Now, they are back again, with a promised to enter India by end of Q3 2013.