After Ducati Track Riding experience, Triumph Track Experience is set to held on Buddh International Circuit
The British motorcycle manufacturer is organizing a ride experience in India for the first time. This has been named Triumph Track Experience and will be held on Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida on 26th April 2019.
Triumph Riding Experience will help riders understand their bikes better
The main points of focus will be theoretical lessons for track riding, Practical lap runs as well as setting up of your motorcycle for the track day. There are 35 slots for Triumph owners and the registration fee is Rs 10,000.
Motorcycles which qualify for the Triumph Track Experience are Street Triple, Daytona, and Thruxton R owners. The register participants will be trained by Vijay Singh Ajairajpura, JK Tyre Superbike champion. Vijay Singh is also the man behind Rajputana customs. The registrations for the event will be ended on 25th April 2019, i.e, a day before the event.
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The Triumph Track Experience is not only such kind of event, as premium manufacturers like Ducati and BMW also organize such events from time to time. Such events not only show companies focus towards its customers but owners of premium bikes also learn their true purpose.
Triumph Track Experience allows only Street Triple, Daytona, and Thruxton R which are track capable
Speaking about the motorcycles, Triumph Street Triple is one of the best naked three-cylinder sports bikes. Powering Street Triple is a liquid-cooled, 765cc inline three-cylinder engine. The Powerplant belts out 111 bhp and 73 Nm torque. In the RS version power output is 121 bhp and 77 Nm torque. Both variants are mated to a 6-speed gearbox which transforms the street triple into a maniac motorcycle.
Riding experiences have been happening in the country for some time now. There is Track riding experience, Off-road experience as well as touring experience conducted by various manufacturers. It is now evident that more manufacturers will come to the ground zero for more such events.
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