Following the addition of three all-new Yezdi models in its product portfolio in January this year, Classic Legends kicked off their first-ever off-road training and riding program, the “Trail Attack” under its Jawa–Yezdi Nomads community initiative. The first-ever “Trail Attack” was hosted by the company at the Motofarm Dirt Playground near Bangalore, exclusively for customers from the city. The customers reached out to their nearest dealerships to register themselves for the event for a nominal fee. Starting from Bangalore, the forthcoming editions of “Trail Attack” will also be hosted in Pune and the company plans to take it further to more cities across the country in a phased manner.
This program aims to educate riders to discover the off-road capabilities of their Yezdi Scrambler and Yezdi Adventure motorcycles. The riders can learn key advanced riding skills under the guidance of experienced professionals to unlock the full potential of these motorcycles and upgrade their skills for off-roading and trail riding.
Talking about the initiative, Ashish Singh Joshi, CEO – Classic Legends, said, “With such exciting motorcycles in our portfolio, we also want to develop sub-cultures like off-road riding, trail riding and scrambling for our customers to enjoy their machines and ride them the way they’re meant to be. The Trail Attack program is our first step in this direction, and we aim to arm the riders with skills that will be beneficial not only under demanding conditions, but also regular everyday riding.”
The first-ever “Trail Attack” saw enthusiastic riders from Bangalore gearing up for the challenging trails and the track. For most of the riders, the introduction to the concept of off-roading was a thrilling experience. In a detailed briefing session by the trainers, the riders were taken through the essential tip and tricks on posture, weight distribution, clutch and brake techniques before moving on to the basics of off-road and trail riding.
As the day progressed, the participants were given a go at specially designed drills and laps around a proper off-road circuit. The riders ended the day with a trail riding session where they could use the learnings from the day. In addition to this, they were also briefed about how to ride better, safer and understand motorcycle management techniques.