A Triumph-ant adventure

New Delhi, 21 April 2017: 30-year old Magnus Petersson is currently in the middle of an epic adventure, riding across 20 countries and 24,000 kms over 5 months. His trusted companion is the Triumph Tiger Explorer.

A management consultant with Boston Consulting Group when not touring the world, his journey began from Australia in January heading towards East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), India, Nepal and India (again). He is presently in Delhi and plans to reach Sweden by the end of June having travelled through Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Germany and Denmark.


Magnus began riding at 17 and after three years got himself a Daytona 675. During the course of his working career, he moved from Sweden to Stockholm and then to Melbourne, giving in to his need for exploration, his insatiable desire to see other countries and experience different cultures. During the course of his initial travels, he connected with the need for unity and peace across the world and decided to carry this message with him on his current Odyssey.

Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India flagged him off from Delhi’s One Triumph showroom, as he travels onwards. Bon voyage, Magnus!
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