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GODS ride Hondas on the occasion of Big Bike Ride

GODS ride Hondas on the occasion of Big Bike Ride

Snapshot: The ride was organised by Honda in Delhi to promote Fun Riding in a safe way

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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) organised a Big Bike Ride for Group Of Delhi Superbikers (GODS) this weekend to emphasise on safety while having fun riding a motorcycle.

A total of 25 riders were flagged off from Honda's new Wing World showroom at Naraina, Delhi. An expert medical trainer briefed the riders on the measures to be taken in case of an emergency. It also included demonstration on various aspects like handling a faint hearted rider, attending fractures, transferring the injured rider with extreme caution and handling the vehicle in case of an accident.

On the occasion, Mr. Y. S. Guleria, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India said, "As a responsible corporate, Honda has always emphasized on road safety. Such endeavours are amongst the many that Honda undertakes to promote fun riding in a safe way without losing the thrill. As the traffic density continues to rise, especially the big bike riders need to be aware and informed about the precautionary steps to handle themselves and their bike in case of an emergency".

The ride that started from Naraina ended in Manesar including breakfast at Hotel Pullman, Gurgaon. To make the impact and to put the message across more strongly, every GODS’ rider was given a specially designed First Aid kit comprising of all essential medical aids.

 

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