To celebrate 70 years of India’s independence, Triumph Motorcycles and Smile Foundation have come together for the second consecutive year to support the cause of Girl Child Education. The British motorcycle manufacturer, with 3000 customers in 30 months of its operations in India, is organizing a Ride for Freedom this Independence Day in 12 cities across the country. Triumph Motorcycle riders participating in the campaign can donate towards the cause. The rides will be flagged off from the Triumph Dealership of the respective cities and will end at the dealerships.
At the announcement, Vikram Singh Verma, COO, Smile Foundation, said that they are very happy and thankful to Triumph Motorcycles India for continuing the relationship. He further added that it is an honor for them to be associated once again with Triumph Motorcycles India, and he is confident that this initiative will help create a better India.
Organizing this ride and supporting the cause, Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India, said that education empowers freedom and India will become a free empowered country only when its girls are rightfully educated and protected. The Triumph Motorcycles’ ‘Ride for Freedom’ is a pledge, which they took last year along with their partner Smile Foundation to support Girl Child Education. They received a good response through their riders and they believe it will be even better this year. To commemorate the 70th year of free India, Triumph Motorcycles owners will hit the tarmac to pledge for this noble cause and together they shall contribute towards providing elementary education to the girl child and subsequently for a better future.