The Indian wing of EagleRider has opened its first exclusive motorcycle training academy for women riders in Delhi in association with M3M India. The EagleRider India academy wants to promote the love for riding in the capital and wants to make sure that female riders ride with confidence. The world's largest motorcycle tourism company, EagleRider operates in over 100 locations worldwide. The California-based company has specialisation in travel, rentals, sales, and service of Harley-Davidson, Indian, BMW, Honda, and Triumph motorcycle. The Indian franchise of EagleRider has been undertaken by Big Motorcycle Company, founded by Samar JS Sodhi.
EagleRider academy aims at providing a platform for women to understand their motorcycles at their training centre at the M3M Experia – Sales Gallery at Sector 65, Golf Course Road Extn. and interact them with seasoned riders in a controlled environment. The course is a combination of a classroom and outdoor riding experience inclusive of 10 hours of training and a highway breakfast ride. This unique initiative empowers women to learn safe two-wheeler riding in a single day.
Focused on understanding the machine and the safety gear, the training course also includes all the basics of how to start a motorcycle, controlling gear and clutch, manoeuvring, and handling street and highway challenges. Moreover, EagleRider India also provides motorcycles along with protective gear to the participants. All women above 18 years of age who knows how to ride a bicycle and have a valid motorcycling license can learn to ride at the academy. And for that, you just have to drop a mail with your details on the e-mail id: email@example.com and their team will get in touch with you shortly.
Announcing the launch of the new academy, Sodhi said, “The EagleRider Academy is a sincere effort to give back to passionate riders with seasoned quality training and interactive sessions. EagleRider Academy is committed to delivering exceptional experiences to the riding community. We want the Academy to emerge as an enabler for every woman in Delhi who desires to learn the joy of riding in a controlled and safe environment.”
EagleRider academy has already started training women riders. Recounting her experience from the first batch, Swati Shah said, “All I would say is that Riding always seemed like a liberating experience and why pillion was my thought!! Walking into the Eagle Rider store one rainy afternoon was probably the best thing I did in a long time! I plan to make it one hell of ride and make some new friends along the way.”