Triumph Motorcycles and Smile Foundation have organised a ride to support the cause of Girl Child Education this Independence Day (August 15). The ride will be organised in 14 cities across India and will be flagged off the from respective dealerships.
The British motorcycle manufacturer is reaching out to its customer base in India, almost 4000 riders, and beyond to help donate towards Smile Foundation's work. Triumph has sponsored towards the education of over 200 girl children in the past too.
Vimal Sumbly, the Managing Director of Triumph India, will also be joining in for the ride. Commenting on the occasion, the MD said, "I firmly believe that true freedom comes from education."
"And in a country like ours, where the female population is often disregarded, it is imperative we create opportunities for young growing girl children to learn and evolve. I am certain that this year too, like every year, Triumph enthusiasts will support us and this cause."
Santanu Mishra, the Co-Founder and Executive Trustee of Smile Foundation said, "We immensely appreciate the efforts taken by brand Triumph in continuing to dedicate their valuable time, resources and energy to help us with our work and thankful to share our vision and to raise awareness on this issues."
Triumph has been actively organising rides in India and Independence Day rides have been a highlight. Rides done to support a good cause is always welcoming and to know the fact that the company has helped support education amongst girls is something that needs to be encouraged.