Independence day is around the corner and Triumph, the British motorcycle manufacturer is joining in too. To celebrated the glorious day, Triumph is organising a 'Ride To Freedom', along with Smile Foundation, for the second consecutive time.
The ride will be organised across 12 cities in India. A Triumph rider can use this opportunity to donate to Smile Foundation towards the education of a girl child.
Commenting about "ride To Freedom', Vimal Sumbly, the Managing Director of Triumph Motorcycles India said, "Education empowers freedom and India will become a free empowered country only when its girls are rightfully educated and protected. Triumph Motorcycles' 'Ride for Freedom' is a pledge, which we took last year along with our partner Smile Foundation to support Girl Child Education."
"We received good response through our riders and we believe it will be even better this year. To commemorate the 70th year of free India, Triumph Motorcycle owners will hit the tarmac to pledge for this noble cause and together, we shall contribute towards providing elementary education to the girl child and subsequently for a better future."
The rides will be flagged off from every city's respective Triumph dealerships. To register, click here.