Harley-Davidson India announce the Passport To Freedom programme
Harley-Davidson India has introduced a new rider training programme for its customers under the banner, Passport to Freedom. The first session will be held on April 10, 2016 at Capital Harley-Davidson, Gurgaon.
With this initiative, the company aims to impart basic riding skills to riders with a view to help them ride better. The team will comprise of experienced riders and motorcycle experts who'll address doubts as well as answer questions on braking, slow speed handling, defensive riding, road signs and signals.
Speaking about the programme, Pallavi Singh, director marketing, Harley-Davidson India said," We want to support and enable aspiring riders to begin the ride of their dreams by helping them get the skills they need to hit the road with confidence." Harley-Davidson will run the Passport to Freedom programme across its dealerships in India, throughout 2016. Owners can log on to Harley-Davidson's official website to get additional details.
The step taken by Harley-Davidson India is commendable. There are a number of riders who own big bikes but do not possess the skills to handle them. The right training to handle big machines will help owners ride safely and also ensures the safety of other road users.
Yamaha India and Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India also conduct safety riding programmes in the country.
ARLEY-DAVIDSON® GIVES ASPIRING RIDERS THE PASSPORT TO FREEDOM
|Mumbai, India, April 5, 2016 Harley-Davidson aims to put more riders on the road to personal freedom by helping build confidence among the motorcycle enthusiasts. The Harley-Davidson Passport to Freedom program is designed to encourage confident riding as well as introduce riders to certain simple techniques that help them become a stronger rider. Designed as an interactive session, veteran riders and motorcycle experts from the industry will address queries around braking, slow speed handling, defensive riding techniques and road signs & signals. "We want to support and enable aspiring riders to begin the ride of their dreams by helping them get the skills they need to hit the road with confidence," said Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India. The Passport to Freedom program will run Harley-Davidson dealerships cities across India in the year 2016. Visit http://www.harley-davidson.com/content/h-d/en_IN/home.html to see all the 2016 Harley-Davidson models and to find a local authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for more information about the Passport to Freedom program.|
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