Hero’s Glamour Now Part Of Karnataka Police Force Fleet
A rally was held on the occasion in Bengaluru in the presence of the state’s chief minister
Hero MotoCorp continues its association with the state police departments across the country, this time around, presenting 751 units of its 125cc stylish commuter, the Glamour 125, to the Karnataka force. Just last month, the Indian bikemaker handed over 60 modified units of the Xtreme 200R to the Himachal Pradesh government to be used as COVID-19 mobile ambulances.
Unlike the Xtreme 200R, which was heavily modified for the task at hand, the Glamour 125 has been kept in stock condition. These are the BS6 variants of the Glamour 125, which have received some pretty serious upgrades over the BS4 model, making it all round a better motorcycle. We have ridden the bike and found it to be quite a decent commuter, something that will be quite handy while patrolling.
Here’s the company’s official press statement:
HERO MOTOCORP DELIVERS 751 UNITS OF ‘GLAMOUR’ MOTORCYCLE TO KARNATAKA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Following successful partnerships with state police departments across the country, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheelers, today delivered 751 units of Hero Glamour BS-VI motorcycle to Karnataka’s police department.
Shri B. S. Yediyurappa, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Karnataka and Shri Basavaraj Bommai, Hon'ble Home Minister of Karnataka; flagged off a rally of Hero Glamour motorcycles delivered to police department of the state from Vidhan Soudha in Bengaluru, Karnataka.