- The track training program costs Rs 10,000 per person.
- The fee is inclusive of training and track time.
- Limited seats available; registration to close on April 25.
Triumph Motorcycles India has announced that it’s offering customers a chance to hone their riding skills out on the race track with its first-ever track training program in India. Set to be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida on April 26, the event is open for owners of the Triumph Street Triple, Speed Triple, Daytona and Thruxton R.
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Interested riders will get to train under the guidance of Vijay Singh Ajairajpura, three-time winner of the JK Tyre Racing Championships and founder of Rajputana custom motorcycles. Apart from practical and theory sessions, participants will also get to ride on India’s only F1 circuit. The track training program costs Rs 10,000 per person, which we feel is quite good a deal when you consider that the event is inclusive of a training session and valuable track time. Interested? Registrations are only open till April 26, so you better hurry.
Here’s the company’s official press release –
Triumph Motorcycles India conducts its 1st track experience of 2019 at Buddh International Circuit
Delhi, 18th April: Iconic British Motorcycling major, Triumph Motorcycles India is conducting its first track training program, called the Triumph Track Experience at Buddh International Circuit , Greater Noida on 26th April, 2019. The Triumph Track experience will train the participants on motorcycling nuances enabling them to ride better and faster on the circuit along with imparting technical knowhow on setting up their motorcycles.
The training will be conducted by three time JK Tyre champion and ace motorcyclist and custom bike builder, Vijay Singh Ajairajpura of Rajputana custom motorcycles. The Triumph exclusive event is open for the Triumph Street Triple, Speed Triple, Daytona and Thruxton R customers. Participants will get a certificate of completion at the end of the event. In addition to the getting trained to ride on the track, participants will also get track time at the BIC to put the skills learnt to practice The event will offer practical as well as theory sessions, addressing the technical queries of the participants.
Triumph has a legacy of motorcycles that have aced at various motoring event across the globe, with the Daytona being the most admired and coveted track machine in the Triumph portfolio. Seats for the 1st track experience are filling in fast, and registrations close on 25th April, 2019.