Harley gives the Indian Military Academy a Passport to Freedom

Harley gives the Indian Military Academy a Passport to Freedom

Abhishek Wairagade

After its inaugural ride for the Ladies of Harley chapter, Harley-Davidson have reached out to the cadets at the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun for a session of the Passport To Freedom. This was the first of such sessions held for the IMA by Harley.

Harley have been organising the Passport to Freedom for over a year now and intend to carry out such sessions in every single dealership that they have in the country. They have also stated their intent to conduct further sessions with the IMA and several other such academies.

“The Indian Military Academy strongly embraces the virtues of freedom, camaraderie and trust, the same values that Harley-Davidson® celebrates. We’re proud to have brought Passport to Freedom to the IMA this year, a first for any motorcycle brand in India.  We’re excited to play a special role in training the cadets by introducing them to certain simple techniques that help them improve their riding skills. Going forward Harley-Davidson® plans to introduce newer initiatives for the Armed Forces,” said Pallavi Singh, Director Marketing of Harley-Davidson India.

“Many cadets at IMA love motorcycling and we always try and give them opportunities to help them nurture their passion. With Passport to Freedom by Harley-Davidson®, our cadets got to learn from the very best. The turnout has been extremely encouraging and we are looking forward to more such sessions,” the IMA added.

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