In­dian’s Hum­ble Ini­tia­tive

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AMER­I­CAN MAN­U­FAC­TUR­ERS IN­DIAN MO­TOR­CY­CLE HAVE FLAGGED OFF their ‘Wheels of Change’ ride, which is an ini­tia­tive fo­cused on girl-child ed­u­ca­tion. Three proud own­ers of the In­dian Road­mas­ter will ride across 12 cities in the coun­try and visit six schools to pro­vide ed­u­ca­tional kits and raise funds for the ‘Girl Child Ed­u­ca­tion’. Anurag Sri­vas­tava, Ni­ladri Saha, and Bernard Lazar kick-started the iconic K2K Ride from Ben­galuru.

The K2K (Kash­mir to Kanyaku­mari) Ride was born out of the three pas­sion­ate In­dian mo­tor­cy­cle own­ers’ love for rid­ing and their un­wa­ver­ing com­mit­ment to en­sur­ing pri­mary and high school ed­u­ca­tion for the un­der­priv­i­leged girls. As a part of the K2K ride, the three rid­ers will be cruis­ing through 12 cities: Hy­der­abad, Ben­galuru, Kanyaku­mari, Kol­ha­pur, Mum­bai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Jodh­pur, Delhi, Ja­land­har, Am­rit­sar, and Ran­bir Singh Pura. It is a great ini­tia­tive and we wish them the best.

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