The Tramplr range tyres will cater to various motorcycle segments such as Sport Touring, Adventure Touring, Cruisers and Street Sports and apollo says that this constitutes around 20% of the overall motorcycle market in India.
The Tramplr range comes in two patterns, Apollo Tramplr XR, which is a 70:30 Enduro Off-road tyre for Adventure Touring, and Apollo Tramplr ST, which is an 80:20 Enduro Street tyre for Dual Sports capabilities. The company said that these tyres have been designed and developed at Apollo Tyres’ Global R&D Centre in Chennai, and are being produced at the company’s facility in Vadodara, Gujarat.
Apollo Tyres said that they have created a new segment, basis the customers’ feedback, which allows bikers to go for adventure touring with Apollo Tramplr XR, in addition to their regular rides on their current machines. The Tramplr XR range will cater to the likes of Royal Enfield Classics, Yamaha FZ series, Suzuki Gixxer & Intruder, KTM Series, Bajaj Dominar and BMWG310R.
In addition to that, the Apollo Tramplr XR tyres feature imprints of adventure-loaded locations on the sidewalls of the tyres.
Talking about the Tramplr XR range, these tyres sport a unique tread pattern, bigger tread blocks and also sport steel radial technology. According to Apollo Tyres, all these features give the Tramplr XR tyres great on-road handling and superior off-road capability without compromising comfort.
The Apollo Tramplr ST tyres are inspired by the street culture of biking and the sidewall is imprinted with graffiti art. Moreover, the Apollo Tramplr ST tyres suit the likes of motorcycles such as Bajaj Pulsar, TVS Apache series, Yamaha Fazer and MT15.
Tramplr ST fitment sheet
The company says that the Apollo Tramplr ST tyres are well-suited for all weather conditions with their big central blocks and wide footprint area. The company also said that this tyre offers a superior grip and low rolling noise while keeping the bike stable at high speeds.
Despite being a late entrant in the two-wheeler segment in India, Apollo Tyres says that the company commands a 10% overall market share in this segment. However, the company aims to focus its strategy on premium motorcycling space, and within a short time, the company said that it has garnered 20%+ market share in the premium segment of two-wheelers.
Speaking at the launch event, Satish Sharma, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA), Apollo Tyres Ltd, said “The changing consumption pattern of Indian consumers, along with the increase in enthusiastic segment of riders, who seek adventure, has led us to giving them new shoes to do more with their current set of motorcycles. From being focused on steel radial technology products for great sports performance, we are now pushing the envelope to go for dual sports and adventure touring segment.”