New Delhi, 21 April, 2017: Harley-Davidson India is back to engage and inspire new riders at the Harley-Davidson Boot Camp as it continues to grow the sport of leisure motorcycling in India. A Harley-Davidson Boot Camp shows new riders the motorcycle basics in a fun way, helping them take the first steps toward discovering a new form of their own personal freedom on Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing, Harley-Davidson India, added, “Staying true to our commitment of strengthening consumer base, we are proud to introduce Harley-Davidson® Boot Camp; an interactive platform that gives riding enthusiasts a direct gateway into the brand. No two Harley-Davidson motorcycles are the same and through this program, aspiring riders will get the opportunity to learn to ride their dream Harley-Davidson motorcycle.”
Moreover, enthusiasts can learn about customized financing solutions designed to assist riders in owning a Harley-Davidson. Harley-Davidson® Finance offers tailor-made financing options with flexible and attractive rates, terms and EMIs to all Harley-Davidson customers.
Harley-Davidson India will organize Boot Camps across India all through April-June 2017 and shall kick start the same in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan. To reach out to all riding enthusiasts, they have created a micro site for visitors to register for the event. For more details, please visit – https://bootcamp.harley-davidson.asia/en_IN.
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