Indian Motorcycle has flagged off the iconic Kanyakumari to Kashmir (K2K) ride from Bangalore under the 'Wheels of Change' initiative focused on the Girl Child Education.
Three owners of the Indian Roadmaster will cruise across 12 cities and visit six schools to provide educational kits and raise funds for the 'Girl Child Education'. Anurag Srivastava, Niladri Saha and Bernard Lazar, started the K2K Ride from Bangalore.
The K2K Ride was born out of the three passionate Indian Motorcycle owner's love for riding and their commitment to ensure primary and high school education for underprivileged girls.
Indian Motorcycle also extended their support to the owners and brought in ‘Wheels of Change' for Rainbow Home, run by Vidyranaya in Kodihalli. It caters to around 76 girl children by rehabilitating their life by providing them with education, food, shelter and clothing. The next pit stop of this iconic ride will be Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu.
As a part of the K2K ride, the three riders will be cruising over 12 cities - Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kanyakumari, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Delhi, Jalandhar, Amritsar and Ranbir Singh Pura.
Country Head and Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., Pankaj Dubey said, "We would like to thank our passionate riders Niladri Saha, Anurag Srivastava and Bernard Lazar, who have taken out time out of their schedules and devote their efforts to the education of little girls across the country."
Indian Motorcycle has started the ‘Wheels of Change' initiative for educating the girl child across the country. The three riders will travel across the nation and raise funds for the girl child education and also donate educational kits.