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TRIUMPH LAUNCHES RIDE OUT TO HELP OUT IDEA

MANY MOTORCYCLE-FRIENDLY CAFES, MUSEUMS AND SHOPS NEED YOUR SUPPORT

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Here’s a good idea from Triumph to help independent venues which welcome motorcyclists to get back on their feet after the long closures of the pandemic. Many cafes, chip shops, motor museums and more have really struggled when they had to lockdown during the last year. Obviously this has greatly impacted their businesses due to the loss of customers. Now it’s time to give them a hand, put them back on the map and get that footfall – or wheelfall – back up to sustainable levels.

In order to help them, Triumph have launched their new Ride Out To Help Out Campaign. This campaign is designed to make it easy for motorcyclists find venues in need of patronage and help them out just by visiting or having a quick coffee. Well what could be better in fact? A nice ride out to a great venue where you can feel welcome, have a nice feed, or see some motorcycle related stuff and know that you’re helping as well!
To locate these venues, Triumph have generated a map covered in destination markers, so have a look at what is on offer within range.

* To find the venue, check out the map on the Triumph web page and choose a small business to visit which is listed there and you like the look of, hop on your bike and off you go.

* You can also recommend your favourite place to ride out to and get it added to the map so that other motorcyclists can head there which will be great, both for them and for your nominated destination. Or just share it on social media using the hastag #RideOutToHelpOut

This seems like a really good idea and a win-win for motorcyclists and motorcycle friendly venues, so give it a go if you fancy it!

We’d like to hear about any cafes etc. which you enjoy a ride to. Email us at: news@wemoto.com or drop us a message on Facebook

Posted by Lucy England
for Wemoto News on 09 September 2021 in General News

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