Bike Festival of India has organised for a National Safety Ride with nine special riders. The event is considered to be the biggest in South Asia and has been organised by Rhiti Sports Management and Event capital. The motorcycle partner for this ride is Triumph Motorcycles.
They have reached their first milestone by reaching and meeting with fellow bikers at Triumph's Mumbai dealership. The National Safety ride has so far covered 1705 kilometres by a total of nine riders, riding in batches.
The riders began their journey in Delhi and have since then made way to jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Vapi, Mumbai Triumph Dealership and are now en route to Pune. Post that they will ride to Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Kolkata and Chandigarh over the next 30 days.
The goal of Bike Festival of India is to host 'Brotherhood Safety Meets' in several cities creating awareness of riding safely. The riders will cover a total distance of 8,000 kilometres and will interact with several riders and motorcycle groups along the route.
Vikram Shankar and Ikjot Singh, convenors of BFI commented, "Through National safety ride, we not only create awareness on safe biking but also get an opportunity to engage with bikers across the country thus building our community and gearing them up for the mega bike festival which will take them to an international platform."
The main part of Bike Festival of India will commence at Buddh International Circuit at Noida. Over 120 biking communities will take part from all over India. The finale festival will be held in October across a series of events.
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