‘Wheels of Change’ (Girl Child Education) initiative
GQ Ride arrives at Indian Motorcycle® Bengaluru. It started from Delhi on 26th September and will conclude at National Capital on October 14th
- Indian Motorcycle® owners Shefali Bajaj, Anurag Srivastava, Niladri Saha, Bernard Lazar, Mulapulli Sudarshan and Harshwardhan Bansal are riding to raise funds for the Girl Child Education during the GQ ride along with other renowned riders Roshni Misbah,Rahul Mazumder, Akhtar Shaikh and JT Thulasidharan and many others
- Indian Motorcycle® distributed educational kits at Namma Mane in Bengaluru
- Indian Motorcycle® customers to cover over 8000 Kms across 15 cities for 19 days to make their generous contributions identified under the ‘Wheels of Change’ initiative
- Indian® Chief® Vintage, Indian® Chief Dark Horse® The Indian® Scout™ Range, Indian® Roadmaster® are been driven by the GQ Riders.
Bengaluru, October 06, 2018: In a glittering ceremony, Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company today held the Golden Quadrilateral (GQ) ride under the ‘Wheels of Change’ initiative focused on the Girl Child Education in Bengaluru. Sharing the mutual belief and dedication in giving back to the community, proud owners of Indian Motorcycle® are riding across 15 cities in the country and visiting several schools to provide educational kits and to raise funds for the ‘Girl Child Education’. The GQ ride was flagged off from Indian Motorcycle® Delhi on 26th September and will conclude at the National Capital on October 14th.
Commenting on the empowering initiative, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Country Head and Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd said, “We at Indian Motorcycle® are very proud to support this noble cause of educating the girl child. The GQ ride is aimed to get a group of likeminded riders together and create awareness about the girl child education in India. The K2K ride organized last year was a huge success and we were able to make contributions to schools in India. Through the GQ ride, we aim to cover 15 cities, identify, honor and contribute to institutions and people who are committed to ensure primary and high school education for underprivileged girls.”
“We would like to thank Shefali Bajaj, Anurag Srivastava, Niladri Saha, Bernard Lazar, Mulapulli Sudarshan and Harshwardhan Bansal along with other renowned riders like Roshni Misbah, Rahul Mazumder, Akhtar Shaikh and JT Thulasidharan and many others for joining us and showing their unwavering commitment to ensure education to underprivileged girls,” added Mr. Dubey.
As a part of the GQ ride, the proud owners of Indian Motorcycle® are cruising over 15 cities – Gurugram, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Pune, Hubli, Bengaluru, Chennai, Vijayawada, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Aurangabad, Lucknow and New Delhi.