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Hero MotoCorp Announces ‘Ride for Real Heros’

In Automobile
September 28, 2021

Keeping up its relentless efforts towards supporting COVID-19 relief measures, Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, today announced an iconic global ride ‘Ride for Real Heroes’ to honour the frontline healthcare warriors across the world.

The riders participating in ‘Ride for Real Heroes’ will distribute Covid-19 safety kits to the healthcare workers, including doctors and medical personnel in 100 cities and towns across the world. The Covid-19 kit consists of essential health and hygiene supplies such as N95 masks, personal protective kits, sanitisers, gloves, IR thermometers.

Scheduled to be flagged off on October 2, 2021, ‘Ride for Real Heroes’ is being organised across 100 cities in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Guatemala, Colombia, Bolivia, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Turkey and UAE among others, where the participants will ride for 100 kilometres in each city.

To be a part of this iconic event Ride for Real Heroes, customers of Glamour, XPulse 200, and Xtreme can register on https://rideforrealheroes.com/. The last date to register is September 29, 2021.

Commenting on the occasion, Naveen Chauhan, Head – Sales and Aftersales, Hero MotoCorp said, “As a responsible corporate citizen, Hero MotoCorp remains committed to contributing to the betterment and well-being of society. To honour the frontline healthcare workers across the world, we are delighted to announce one iconic ride – ‘Ride for Real Heroes’. The riders participating in the ride will be distributing Covid-19 safety kits across 100 cities is in keeping with our ongoing efforts to support the medical infrastructure in the country. For this noble cause, we encourage more participants from more cities to come forward and be a part of our 100 Kms, 100 Cities, 100 Rides initiative.”

Ride for Real Heroes is to mark the historic milestone of Hero MotoCorp surpassing 100 million units in cumulative production – one of the fastest global achievements by an automotive company on January 21, 2021.