New Delhi : HERO Electric, leaders in the Indian Electric two- wheeler industry, unveiled the third chapter of Super Sikh Run in an event at the capital. The event witnessed coming together of Real People with Real Stories.
Hero electric with its innovative range of e-vehicles strives further to benefit the society by improving the city’s notorious air quality. Hero Electric’s Mission of No Emission can be seen dearly by their constant effort to provide sustainable mobility. They choose and aim to bring in more e-vehicles on road to bring out a wave of change in the Indian market.
Over the years Super Sikh Run has successfully managed to carry out Half Marathons which has had two very successful editions in Delhi in year 2016 and 2017.
To reignite the spirit of the Half Marathon and provide an insight, Hero Electric organised a promo run for the upcoming Super Sikh run.
Major DP Singh who is India’s first blade runner and Kargil War Veteran, also spoke at the session.
He said, ” I am thrilled to be a participant of the Super Sikh Run. This run won’t only spread awareness for helping the community but as an avid runner I am happy that it will also promote benefits of running. I look forward to the Super Sikh Run.”
One of the differently abled participant of marathon Jagwinder Singh also attended the session.
Jagwinder Singh, 24, is a competitive cyclist – and an art teacher.
The cycling enthusiast was inspired to buy his own bike after watching the 2012 Olympics on television and started peddling in his native town of Patran in Punjab.
Jagwinder said: “The people who see me every day, their mindset becomes very positive, thinking ‘If he can do so much in spite of not having hands then we can do anything. I am proud to be an Indian and also a differently abled person as people gets motivated when they see me cycling or running. ”
Speaking to Ten News, Naveen Munjal, MD of Hero Eco group said,
“We are highly elated to join the Super Sikh Family. Hero Electric always looks forward to form a part of such events which help uplift the human spirits. This run not only stands for its moto but also sends across the message of fitness among every age category.”