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Triumph To Kick Off Second Edition Of Tiger Trails

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  • Jan 4, 2019
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The event will be flagged off some time later this month

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  • Entry fee of Rs 35,000 till 15 January 2018. 
  • Post which, interested participants will have to pay Rs 50,000. 
  • Slots will be limited to 14 participants. 
  • Cost of the tour will be inclusive of stay, food, back-up and training.

Triumph will soon be kicking off its second edition of Tiger Trails, called the 'Tiger Trails Thar Desert II’. While the exact dates aren't announced yet, company officials state that it'll commence by the end of this month. After the Himalayas, Triumph will be taking its customers to the sand dunes of Rajasthan’s Thar desert. The five-day event will flag off from Jaipur and then move to Jaisalmer before concluding in Bikaner.

Triumph says the event will be open for all Tiger and Street Scrambler owners and will welcome riders of all skill levels. However, first preference will be given to customers who have attended the Tiger Training Academy before. Interested customers can participate for a discounted entry fee of Rs 35,000 per person until 15 january 2019.  Post that, the cost of the tour will be Rs 50,000 inclusive of stay, food, back-up and training. Slots are limited to only 14 participants.

Speaking about the programme Shoeb Farooq, General Manager Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd, said, "Riding is the core essence of Triumph Motorcycles, and our aim is not just to sell motorcycles, but to enable our customers to experience their machines to their full capacity. Tiger Trails has allowed our adventure clientele to not just become adept at handling the  motorcycles, but also become better riders. Each trail teaches participants the fine nuances of adventure riding, instilling confidence in them, to push their potential to the maximum. Triumph was the first brand to focus on the adventure category and today also holds the highest market share in the premium adventure segment. We're the only brand in the country to take the adventurer motorcycle segment to the next level and we look forward to engaging our customers with more such rider and motorcycle centric activities”.

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