EagleRider is the world's largest motorcycle tourism company. The company specialises in travel, rentals, sales, and service of many high-end bikes such as Harley-Davidson, Indian, BMW, Honda, and Triumph. Now, EagleRider India, in association with M3M India, has started its first motorcycle training academy especially for women riders in Delhi. This training academy will help women riders to be ride-ready. They also aim at promoting the love for riding and making sure that women in Delhi ride with new confidence. All women above 18 years of age and carrying a valid motorcycling license can drop a mail with their details on the e-mail id: email@example.com. The academy's team members will get in touch with you and thereafter you can start your training shortly.
The academy will be providing motorcycles along with protective gear to the participants, but before that, they will be focusing on one thing – understanding the machine and the safety gear. The course will also be including some basics such as -
- How to start a motorcycle
- Controlling gear and clutch
- Manoeuvring and handling
- Street and highway challenges.
The EagleRider training centre is based at the M3M Experia – Sales Gallery at Sector 65, Golf Course Road Extn. The facility is a combination of a classroom and outdoor riding experience, which also includes 10 hours of training and a highway breakfast ride. And with the help of this unique initiation, women will learn the basics of how to ride a two-wheeler safely in a single day. Later on, these participants can master their skills by riding safely on a daily basis.
Speaking about her experience from the first batch, Swati Shah said, “All I would say is that riding always seemed like a liberating experience and why pillion was my thought!! Walking into the Eagle Rider store one rainy afternoon was probably the best thing I did in a long time! I plan to make it one hell of ride and make some new friends along the way.”
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