Apollo Tyres introduces Tramplr tire portfolio for Indian motorcycle segment

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Apollo Tyres has launched a portfolio of tires named the Tramplr range, aimed at enduro off-road and enduro street applications ranging from 150cc to 500cc. Both iterations of the tire have been developed at the company’s Global R&D Center in Chennai, India and are being produced at Apollo’s manufacturing facility in Gujarat, India.

Apollo’s Tramplr XR is a 70:30 enduro off-road tire for application to adventure touring motorcycles. It benefits from a tread pattern with large blocks designed to provide excellent on-road handling and comfort. The tire utilizes Apollo’s steel radial technology to improve structural resistance and stability at speed. Stone ejectors also feature in addition to open cross-grooves and a specially developed compound to improve the tire’s off-road capabilities.

Alongside the XR sits the tire maker’s new Tramplr ST, an 80:20 enduro street tire. Its tread pattern and sipes have been designed to deliver wet and dry grip during city and off-road riding. Large central blocks and a wide footprint enhance the grip levels. Additional benefits include a low noise level and stability at high speeds.

“The changing consumption pattern of Indian consumers, along with the increase in an enthusiastic segment of riders who seek adventure, has led us to give them new shoes to do more with their current set of motorcycles,” said Satish Sharma, president, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA), Apollo Tyres. “From being focused on steel radial technology products for great sports performance, we are now pushing the envelope to go for the dual sports and adventure touring segment.”

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