Triumph Motorcycles India recently rubbed shoulders with a star when Mammootty’s son, Malayali actor Dulquer Salmaan became a proud owner of a Phantom Black Bonneville. The actor is so happy with his bike, he promises this will not be his first and last Triumph. After a quick photo op, and meet and greet with the Syamadynamic Triumph folks, the actor rode his bike out of the dealership. Not a long ride per se, Dulquer Salmaan skipped the riding gear but did wear an all important full face black helmet before zooming off.
Then there is Dr. Sarika Mehta from Gujarat, who leads the Bikerni group. She participated in the WHO Peace Day programme aimed to spread awareness on motorcycle safety in Europe. Astride her Street Triple, her most recent adventure took her from Surat to Kutch for the ongoing Rann Utsav at Dhordo with the Surat Superbikers Club.
Earlier this week, it was revealed Triumph Motorcycles India has commissioned a customised Scrambler build up, Bonnie by Rajputana Custom Motorcycles. The bike will be shown at India Bike Week 2015. This year, Triumph Motorcycles India steps in as additional sponsor and partner for IBW. Resultantly, Triumph bikes are in attendance as part of IBW on Tour. In yet another Triumph owners ride, the RAT’s from Hyderabad undertook a Republic Day ride to Novotel Airport Hotel for breakfast hosted by Triumph Rebel Motorcycles.
The company picked up a ‘Best Import Bike of the year’ award among others recently. Syamadynamic Triumph recently undertook a Bonneville Custom job to create a Bonneville Newchurch that came alive with a custom Newchurch theme paint job, AM silencers, and Thruxton seats. In establishing itself as a major luxury motorcycle player, Triumph Motorcycles India reported sales of 1300 units in its maiden year of operations here. The company operates 10 dealerships selling 12 global models across five motorcycle categories.