Edelweiss Bike Travel and Motoziel announce joint venture in India

The joint venture, Motoziel-Edelweiss, aims to bring a dynamic change in the motorcycle tourism ecosystem

By: | Published: June 29, 2016 8:03 PM
 (From left) Biswaroop Banerjee, co-founder, ED & CEO, and Kalyan Mazumder, co-founder & MD, Motoziel Pvt Ltd, with Rainer Buck, MD, Edelweiss Pvt Ltd. (From left) Biswaroop Banerjee, co-founder, ED & CEO, and Kalyan Mazumder, co-founder & MD, Motoziel Pvt Ltd, with Rainer Buck, MD, Edelweiss Pvt Ltd.

Motoziel, India’s leading motorcycle touring company, and Edelweiss Bike Travel, the global front-runner motorcycle tourism company, have announced a new joint venture called Motoziel Edelweiss Pvt Ltd. Headquartered in Gurgaon, the joint venture aims to provide complete motorcycling experience to enthusiasts in India and abroad. The JV company will not only offer experiences including self-guided and guided tours in India and neighbouring countries, but will also offer rides across continents.

Kalyan Mazumder, co-founder & MD, Motoziel, said, “We are extremely proud and excited to partner with a company of supreme repute worldwide in bike travels. Motorcycle enthusiasts in India and tourists seeking big bike travel experience through the sub-continent terrains can now opt for a big bike of their choice, a pre-designed tour package, and customise it as per their preference and enjoy the thrill under guidance of international experts.”
Biswaroop Banerjee, co-founder, ED & CEO, Motoziel, added, “We now have aggressive plans for developing our business and boosting revenues in the future.”

Rainer Buck, MD, Edelweiss Bike Travel, said, “There is an immense potential in the motorcycle tourism sector in India and its neighbouring countries, and we are aiming at the untapped market opportunity that is available.”
For people who want to ride in India and neighbouring countries, the bikes on offer are Harley-Davidson Iron 883, Ducati Scrambler, Triumph Bonneville T100 and Royal Enfield. The international fleet includes bikes by BMW, Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Royal Enfield.

The company said that its tours across India would take place in Rajasthan, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, North-East and South India, while tours across the Indian sub-continent would happen in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

The company would also conduct global tours across Europe, North & South America, Africa and the Asia-Pacific.

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