TVS Motosoul has returned for a third edition, and we saw plenty of action on the first day itself. The Indian bike maker will be collaborating with Alpinestars; a renowned Italian motorsports safety equipment manufacturer. Together, the two brands will be responsible for the creation of high-quality riding gear for the ever-growing TVS community, in order to promote rider safety and safe riding practices. Undoubtedly, this will also result in better visibility of both brands across spectrums. While Alpinestars looks to leverage TVS’ technological capabilities, the Indian bike maker will also benefit with Alpinestars’ expertise and innovation in creating safety equipment.
That’s not all though, because we also got to feast our eyes on some stunning-looking custom motorcycles based on the Ronin and the newly-launched Apache RTR 310. Starting with the Indonesian group Smoked Garage, who showcased the Ryoma, a street scrambler based on the Ronin, and another freestyle stunt-ready motorcycle called the Trickster, based on the Apache RTR 310. The Trickster, in particular, seems to uphold TVS’ communication of the RTR 310 as a ‘freestyle’ streetfighter. Rajputana Customs also showcased its custom off-road/scrambler Ronin, while the TVS Factory Racing team too came up with a range of custom motorcycles; a Ronin-custom named Dark Bobb, and three stunt custom bikes based on the RTR 310.
The 2023 TVS Motosoul also featured a drift school for customers, along with a virtual gaming arena and other unique engagement zones. Day one ended on a melodious note with performances from Farhan Akhtar and Karan Kanchan. Stay tuned for more from day two!