"We are having a rider meet during IBW. For the first time, we are showcasing the Bonneville range to our customers. We showcased it at the Auto Expo in Delhi, but that was only for media," Vimal Sumbly, MD, Triumph Motorcycles (India) Pvt Ltd, told media today.
The two-wheeler major will also be putting on display its other range of superbikes at the 2-day IBW event.
Sumbly said that after formal unveiling of Bonneville bike for customers, dealers across the country will put the bike on display at their showrooms.
The iconic Bonneville, he said, is now made on a completely new platform in terms of its design, style, engine and technology.
The British motor maker, which ventured into the Indian market two years ago, has so far sold 2,500 units and has 12 world-class stores in India. He said the entire super biking industry in India started in 2007-08 with a mere 400 units, but touched the 10,000-mark last year.
Globally, Triumph looks to sell 65,000 units annually by 2020.