TRIUMPH Motorcycles has launched its Ride Out to Help Out campaign, a community business support campaign aimed at helping out local motorcycle businesses hit hard by COVID-19.
The aim of the campaign is to encourage the motorcycle riding community to visit and nominate small businesses up and down the country that have faced months of closure and uncertainty during the pandemic.
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The cafes and independent businesses that motorcyclists ride out to have faced months of closure and uncertainty over the past 18-months. Now though, the doors are open again and this campaign hopes to allow the motorcycling public to show their support and find some new riding destinations to visit.
Riders can head to the Ride Out to Help Out webpage and once there search the map for ride out destinations in their local area that they can visit. Riders can also nominate their favourite two-wheeled destination, be it a biker café, coffee shop, museum or stately home. Once approved it’ll be added to the already bulging map, allowing others to discover your favourite destination and in turn help out the business. Alternatively, riders can simply share their favourite destination on social media using the hashtag #RideOutToHelpOut.
Devron Boulton, Triumph UK & Ireland General Manager, said:
“The last 18 months have affected us all in many ways. Now we’re able to ride freely with friends again, the Ride Out to Help Out campaign is a fantastic way of encouraging more bikers from further afield to visit the hidden gems that have been nominated. It’s time to grab our helmets and show our support.”
For more information of to plan your next ride out, head to: Triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/public-content-uk/rideouttohelpout