Triumph Motorcycles has announced the second edition of the ‘Tiger Trails Thar Desert’. This five-day tour, aimed at Triumph Tiger and Scrambler customers, will begin in Jaipur and culminate in Bikaner, taking participants along the mesmerising and challenging sand dunes of Sam in Jaisalmer. Ace rallyist and adventure trainer Vijay Parmar will guide participants through the nuances of adventure riding, enabling them to experience the full potential of their Triumph motorcycles.
The Tiger Trails Thar Desert II is open for riders of all skill levels. However, first preference will be given to Triumph owner who have attended the Tiger Training Academy. Triumph motorcycles is offering a special New Year discount on the Tiger Trails Thar Desert II, valid till January 15 2019. Under the new year offer, customers can book a seat for Rs 35,000. This will include stay, food, back-up and training. Post January 15, the cost per participant will be Rs 50,000. The slots are limited to only 14 participants.
On the second edition of Tiger Trails, Shoeb Farooq, general manager, Triumph Motorcycles India Pvt Ltd, said “Riding is the core essence of Triumph Motorcycles, and our aim is not just to just sell motorcycles, but to enable our customers to experience their machines to their full capacity. Tiger trails has allowed our adventure clientele to not just become adept at handling their motorcycles, but also become better riders. Each trail teaches participants the finer nuances of adventure riding, instilling confidence in them, to push their potential to the maximum. Triumph was the first brand to focus on the adventure category and today also holds the highest market share in the premium adventure segment. We’re the only brand in the country to take the adventurer motorcycle segment to the next level and we look forward to engaging our customers with more such rider and motorcycle-centric activities”.
For our report on Triumph’s Tiger Trails at Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, click here.
Apart from Tiger trails, Triumph is also a part of the “Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride”. Click here for our report.