Droom collaborates with Uber, launches #LoveSuperbikes campaign

| Updated: Apr 06, 2017 21:56 IST

New Delhi [India], Apr. 6 (ANI): Virtual automobile marketplace Droom, along with Uber, the world's largest ridesharing app, announced the launch of a joint campaign called #LoveSuperbikes, which brings the thrill of speed to the users of the Uber app for a fifteen-minute superbike experience. Users can follow the steps mentioned below, in order to be a part of this campaign: •Launch the Uber app during the campaign period and send a request for 'Superbikes.' •If the request gets accepted, an Uber MOTO will arrive at your doorstep and take you to the superbike station at Qutub Plaza. •There, glorious and legendary superbikes will be waiting for you, along with a rider, to take you on a 3km, 15 minute ride. •Post the ride, the Uber MOTO will drop you back to the drop location as per your wish. The ride is free of cost. "At Droom, we wish to popularise the concept of superbiking with the #LoveSuperbikes campaign and who better to partner with than Uber. Previously, Droom and Uber have brought supercars and choppers on demand and we're certain that this one will provide an equally robust adrenaline rush to superbike lovers," said Rishab Malik, Co-Founder and VP - Business Development, Droom. "This campaign has been initiated to enhance the spotlight on Uber MOTO fleet of two-wheelers for travel, which is a blessing specifically for people who frequently experience the monstrous traffic jams in Gurgaon and other areas in Delhi-NCR. With a MOTO, you can zip through the narrow lanes of old Gurgaon and reach your destination in no time," added Uber spokesperson Prabhjeet Singh, General Manager, Uber-North India. Users can avail only one ride per request with a specific duration of 15 minutes. The superbikes will not be, at any stage, given to the users to drive. Only one rider can ride pillion and he/she should be wearing laced shoes and no sandals or floaters. The offer is limited and open only to the residents of Gurugram, on April 7, 2017. (ANI)

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