First Man: Ryan Gosling’s Journey to the Moon Is an Understated Triumph


“Mom, what’s wrong?” the youngest Armstrong son asks his worried mother Janet (Claire Foy), who’s got her back to him and standing alone in the bedroom with her head down. As she turns and faces him, she says: “Nothing, honey. Your dad’s going to the Moon.” Appearing deep into First Man — the docudrama-like biopic of Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling) from La La Land and Whiplash director Damein Chazelle — the slightly-humorous interaction hits at the obsessive craziness that plagued NASA in the sixties, having been tasked by the late US President John F. Kennedy to get an astronaut to the lunar surface. Though the Soviet Union had already launched a man into space, which propelled Kennedy’s decision, his call to action was still a literal moonshot. No one really knew if it could be done.

The questions over practicality were tied together with the arguments for whether it was sensible. Quizzed by a politician in First Man on why NASA was facing hurdle after hurdle, which had caused budgets to rocket, Armstrong points out that humans had only learned to fly 60 years ago. Rightful concerns are raised by marginalised groups such as African-Americans, who voice their displeasure at the money being spent on the space programme — First Man makes use of the song “Whitey on the Moon”, which is a (tiny) factual error since Gil Scott-Heron only released it in 1970 — while the country is facing a multitude of social issues down on the ground. But Chazelle’s film isn’t about the big picture. Instead, it focuses solely on the men and women who gave it all to realise a Cold War-era pursuit.

 

Working off a screenplay by Josh Singer (Spotlight), who adapted James R. Hansen’s biography of the same name, First Man focuses on the lives of the Armstrong family and those immediately around them, between the years of 1961 to 1969. When the film starts, Armstrong is a research test pilot flying rocket-powered planes in the upper atmosphere. He has a son Eric and a daughter Karen with wife Janet, but after the latter kid dies at the age of two due to a brain tumour, he applies to NASA’s new Gemini space programme in the hope of a fresh start. He’s accepted, post which he begins the gruelling training process for the eventual mission alongside several others, including Ed White (Jason Clarke), Buzz Aldrin (Corey Stoll), and David Scott (Christopher Abbott).

It’s a bit surprising that First Man is the first dramatisation of Armstrong’s life and the Apollo 11 space mission given Hollywood’s love for heroic stories. The former bit is partly due to the astronaut’s reluctance to let people into his life — his biography was written and published only in the early 2000s, over three decades after his historic trip to the Moon — while the reasoning for the latter is that it’s not easy to generate drama out of a well-conducted mission. Chazelle and Singer are well aware of that and it’s why their film places a heavy emphasis on the events leading up to that, a path that was littered with failures. It’s not just the moments that are highlighted, but the human perspective they all take that builds up tension and fills you with dread, which is exactly what the makers are going for.

The spectre of death hangs over First Man from the start. After Karen passes away, the reserved and stoic Armstrong buries his struggle to cope with his daughter’s death by only thinking about the work ahead of him. Things get only worse from there and the film does a great job of conveying how mission failures, which thrust NASA into the media spotlight now and then, had much more long-lasting effects on the families and close friends of the astronauts. By the time Armstrong is getting ready to leave home for the Apollo 11 launch, he has withdrawn so far into himself that he’s unwilling to say goodbye to his two remaining boys — they had a second son Mark shortly after Armstrong got into Gemini training — until Janet forces him to. And even when he does look Eric and Mark in the eye, Armstrong behaves like he’s addressing reporters at a press conference.

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Claire Foy as Janet, Kyle Chandler as Deke Slayton in First Man
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And then there’s how it’s all presented on screen. Chazelle wants the audience to see and feel exactly what the astronauts did, from the horror of being stuck in a burning rocket, the mind-spinning shaking and spinning inside the Gemini 8, or the “magnificent desolation” of the Moon, as Aldrin put it. To achieve most of this, cinematographer Linus Sandgren (American Hustle) violently shakes and jolts the camera, while eschewing wide, panoramic shots of the spacecrafts, keeping the field of view severely restricted. (First Man ditches that only when it gets on the Moon, which makes for a neat switch.) That results in extreme close-ups of the astronauts’ faces and helmets and their limited vision through the tiny windows, bringing to life how claustrophobic the experience must have been for them.

Meanwhile, the composer Justin Hurwitz (La La Land) and his sound department rely on a minimal background score — they only switch to a bombastic version during the immediate moments prior to the lunar landing — paired with the harrowing sounds of riding a rocket made in the 1960s being launched straight through the Earth’s atmosphere and into outer space. This isn’t some futuristic piece of machinery that audiences regularly see in sci-fi franchises like Star Wars and Star Trek, and First Man conveys that really well. Every creak and groan of the cobbled-together pieces of metal and the sound of the astronauts drawing breath through oxygen tanks further immerses you into the cockpit, with all of it really hammering how terrifying the ordeal was. It’s visceral, it’s stomach-wrenching, it’s brutal and frankly it feels like hell.

And that’s what sets First Man apart from other space movies. It doesn’t take spaceflight as granted, it can’t because it’s rarely and briefly been achieved in the time it’s being told, at great expense. The film understands the magnitude of what Apollo 11 would have truly meant in the 1960s — and in fact, what that still means given mankind hasn’t been to the Moon since 1972 — and wants the audience to absorb that. It brings in actual news footage of people watching across the globe and reacting to the mission’s success towards the end to drive home that point. But Chazelle isn’t ever carried away by the magnitude of Armstrong & Co.’s achievements and hence his film stays away from treating them as legends originating from a mythology.

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Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong, Corey Stoll as Buzz Aldrin, and Lukas Haas as Michael Collins in First Man
Photo Credit: Daniel McFadden/Universal Pictures

The singular point of hindrance is that Armstrong’s personality limits what the easily-relatable Gosling can do with the role; Foy, on the other hand, is helped by Janet’s simmering nature and lines such as these: “You’re a bunch of boys making models out of balsa wood! You don’t have anything under control.” By remaining grounded and being understated, in combination with its cinematic work — Chazelle has spoken about how every space film is in some way a child of 2001: A Space Odyssey, though in terms of style and execution, this feels like an anti-2001 — First Man may well become the hallmark for how to handle stories of individuals of such renown and importance.



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Intermot 2018: 2019 Triumph Street Twin Gets More Power


The 2019 Triumph Street Twin has got an 18 per cent increase in horsepower and the engine gets a few updates, along with two riding modes.




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The Triumph Street Twin gets minor updates for 2018

Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled the 2019 Triumph Street Twin at the Intermot show in Cologne. The updated Street Twin’s design largely remains the same with a few minor tweaks, but the engine has been revised and now makes 18 per cent more power, rated at 64 bhp, and a 500 rpm higher redline. Peak torque remains the same 80 Nm, but it now kicks in at 3800 rpm, instead of 3200 rpm on the outgoing model. All these improvements have apparently been brought in after adding a new lightweight crankshaft, dead shafts, balance shafts and lighter clutch.

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(The engine gets significant updates and makes more power on the 2019 Street Twin)

Ride ergonomics have also been improved by adding a new 120 mm travel front fork, and brakes have been upgraded by introducing a four-piston Brembo caliper on the front disc. The 2019 Street Twin also gets two riding modes – Road and Rain. ABS and traction control are also standard. Other features include a USB charging socket, LED rear light, immobiliser and Torque Assist clutch with a lighter lever feel. The cast wheels are new, instrument console is also new, and a plush new seat are added as part of the updates for 2019.

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(The Street Twin’s headlight has been redesigned with brushed aluminium brackets)

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In terms of design, the 2019 Triumph Street Twin retains the same silhouette but there are a few design updates. The headlight has been redesigned with new machined detailing and brushed aluminium brackets. Also new is a tyre pressure monitoring system, updated tank badge and a new, more contemporary Street Twin logo. The 2019 Street Twin now gets a long list of accessories, as well as two factory custom kits – stripped back Urban Ride kit and a Café Custom kit.

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Intermot 2018: 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler Revealed


The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler’s 900 cc High Torque Bonneville engine gets updated with more power and a few lighter components.




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The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler gets minor updates, including changes to the engine

The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler also gets the upgraded 900 cc, which now makes 64 bhp at 7500 rpm, an 18 per cent increase in power over the outgoing model. The Street Scrambler is based on the Street Twin, but offers additional off-road capability. The 900 cc parallel-twin High Torque Bonneville engine has been updated for 2019 with a lighter crankshaft, magnesium cam cover, a new lighter clutch and mass optimised clutch cover. The ride-by-wire throttle control system now offers two riding modes – Road and Rain, with separate throttle maps and traction control settings. ABS is switchable for off-road use.

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(The 2019 Street Scrambler gets updated engine, new front fork and Brembo front brake calipers)

Like the 2019 Street Twin, the Street Scrambler also gets updated brakes with a four-piston Brembo caliper gripping the single front disc. Suspension has been updated too, with cartridge type front forks with 120 mm of travel, and the fork legs are spaced out wider to deliver a tougher appearance for this off-road friendly modern classic when viewed from the front. The 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel are shod with Metzeler Tourance rubber. The styling of the instruments have been updated as well, while new side panels feature a new logo.

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(The 2019 Street Scrambler gets over 120 accessories and an Urban Tracker custom kit)

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The seat is new as well, and finished in a combination of textile and leather. The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler is available with over 120 accessories and it will be available in three colours. Triumph also offers a custom kit called the Urban Tracker kit which includes soft panniers, Vance & Hines slip-on silencers, CNC machined black oil filler cap, black handlebar brace, number board kit, ribbed bench seat, black dresser bar kit, headlight grille and bezel, high front fender and sump guard kit. The 2019 Triumph Street Twin and Triumph Street Scrambler will be introduced in India by the first quarter of 2019.

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After Asia Cup Triumph, MS Dhoni Plays Football With Nick Jonas In Mumbai


MS Dhoni was part of the Indian cricket team that beat Bangladesh in a thrilling final to clinch its seventh Asia Cup title. MS Dhoni might not have had a spectacular tournament with the bat but was once again impressive behind the stumps. With the Indian team’s focus now shifting to the two-match Test series against the Windies, Dhoni, who retired from Test cricket in 2014, has some time off. On Sunday, the former India captain was pictured taking part in a charity football game with Bollywood stars like Aditya Roy Kapur, Kunal Khemu, Ishan Khatter, Dino Morea and American singer Nick Jonas.

Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra took to Instagram and posted a picture of fiance Nick Jonas along with Dhoni and others.


India, in the absence of captain Virat Kohli, beat Bangladesh in a last-ball finish to retain the Asia Cup title.

In the Super Four match against Afghanistan, stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma was rested and Dhoni stepped up to captain the side in ODIs again — for a record 200th time.

After Ricky Ponting and Stephen Fleming, Dhoni became only the third cricketer to captain in 200 ODIs.

During the tournament, Dhoni also completed a total of 800 dismissals in the field, becoming the first Asian player and third overall to do so.

The Indian superstar is behind South African cricketer Mark Boucher (998) and Adam Gilchrist (905) of Australia.

Courtesy his exploits in the Asia Cup final, Dhoni (184) has now extended his lead for most stumpings in international cricket. Dhoni is followed by Kumar Sangakkara (139) and Romesh Kaluwitharana (101) in the list.





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Europe Hold Off Tense US Fightback For Emotional Triumph


In the process, Molinari — who had been winless in six prior Ryder Cup matches — became the first European and only the fourth player ever to go 5-for-5 in a Ryder Cup and did so just two months after hoisting the Claret Jug.

“It feels great but it’s not about me,” he said. “It was about time to have them but it’s about the group not the individual.

“I couldn’t even dream of a summer like this.”

Europe had seized a 10-6 edge in Saturday’s foursomes and fourballs matches and needed only 4 1/2 points from Sunday’s 12 singles matches to swipe the trophy.

The US team needed to match the greatest last-day comebacks in Ryder Cup history by taking eight singles points to keep the Cup, but there was no French magic like Europe’s 2012 ‘Miracle at Medinah’ or the Americans’ 1999 victory in the ‘Battle of Brookline’.

The Americans, who haven’t won in Europe since 1993, lead the all-time rivalry 26-14 with two drawn but the Europeans’ ninth victory in the past 12 attempts gave them an 11-8 with one drawn edge since expansion from a British-Irish squad after 1977.

Americans pulled within 10 1/2-9 1/2 Sunday before Europe’s first singles victory came from Danish rookie Thorbjorn Olesen, who beat three-time major winner Jordan Spieth 5 and 4.

Spain’s Jon Rahm followed by downing Tiger Woods 2 and 1, keeping the 14-time major champion winless in four matches this week and snuffing out any US momentum.

‘Best feeling of my life’

Rahm, who led after all but one hole, pumped his fists and screamed with joy after his winning four-foot birdie putt, which came after a three-putt bogey at the par-3 16th, left Europe two wins from victory.

“To beat Tiger, one of the greatest players of all time, for the pivotal point, it’s the best feeling of my life,” Rahm said.

England’s Ian Poulter, Europe’s wildcard talisman, birdied the 18th hole to beat world number one Dustin Johnson 2-up and put Europe on the brink of victory.

That set the stage for Molinari to clinch the win after Mickelson found water at 16 and conceded.

Spain’s Sergio Garcia, last year’s Masters champion, followed that by beating Rickie Fowler 2 and 1, vaulting him to 25.5 career Ryder Cup points, breaking Nick Faldo’s old mark of 25.

Matches stood on a knife’s edge deep into the afternoon, the Americans clinging to hopes as tension built across the back nine.

Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy endured a last-hole collapse and lost 1-up to American four-point rookie Justin Thomas in the opening match. McIlroy’s tee shot plugged in a right-side bunker, his second rolled back into the sand and his third found the water. He surrendered the hole and match after failing to sink his bogey bid from the drop zone with Thomas on the green in two.

“I’m happy I got that point. I’m getting goosebumps talking about it,” Thomas said. “It wasn’t a fitting way for the match to end.”

Third-ranked Brooks Koepka, this year’s US Open and PGA Championship winner, halved with England’s Paul Casey in a match neither led by more than 1-up.

“I threw a lot at him,” Casey said. “It was a classic match. Very proud to turn that match around and grab that half point.”

Webb Simpson followed with an eight-foot birdie putt to finish off Justin Rose 3 and 2 and US rookie Tony Finau closed with five birdies in his last eight holes in a 6 and 4 rout of England’s Tommy Fleetwood to lift the Americans within 10 1/2-9 1/2.

“I played incredible golf,” Finau said.

Fleetwood flopped in his chance to become the first European to win 5-of-5 matches at a Cup.



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Jasprit Bumrah Has Perfect Response For Trolls After Asia Cup 2018 Triumph


Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah gave a befitting reply to his trolls after lifting the 2018 Asia Cup after a nervy 3-wicket win over Bangladesh in Dubai. Jasprit Bumrah posted a sarcastic message for his naysayers with a picture of the Asia Cup trophy on his official Twitter account. “Some people love to use their creativity on the signboards. Hope this one fits there as well!! #Champions #AsiaCup2018 #lionalwaysroars”, he captioned on his social media account.

The post appeared to be a veiled attack in response to a post tweeted by Jaipur Police, who had used his infamous no-ball image on a signboard for a road safety message in 2017. Taking a dig at his no-ball, the advertisement showed him overstepping along with the caption, ‘Don’t cross the line. You know it can be costly.’ Bumrah was evidently left unimpressed with the unwarranted jibe and hence tweeted the same.

 

The Jaipur Traffic Police did apologise for the tweet but the damage was already done.

Bumrah’s front foot no-ball had given Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman an early life in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 which proved costly. Zaman went onto to score a brilliant 114 helping Pakistan post 338/4 wickets after 50 overs. In reply, India were bundled out by Pakistan for 158 runs, winning the final by 180 runs.

However, Bumrah made amends in the next major tournament which was the recently-concluded Asia Cup. He finished with 8 wickets (4 matches) becoming the second highest wicket-taker.





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2019 Triumph Street Twin And Street Scrambler Teased


Triumph is all set to unveil the 2019 models of the Street Twin and the Street Scrambler on October 2, 2018. And yes! They will be coming to India soon.




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Both motorcycles will be launched in India in early 2019

Triumph Motorcycles will have a busy month in October 2018. Up first is the unveiling of the 2019 models of the Street Twin and the Street Scrambler at the Intermot Motorcycle Show in Germany. These won’t be new-generation models but instead facelifts of sorts with updates to looks, features and possibly the engine too. The Street Twin first made its debut in 2016 while the Street Scrambler followed a year later. The Street Scrambler could be called as an off-road biased version of the Street Twin and is inspired from the Triumph TR6C Trophy motorcycle, which was ridden by motorcycle acting legend Steve McQueen in ‘The Great Escape’.


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Triumph has released teaser videos for both motorcycles. While the exact details are not out yet, expect the Street Twin to get a bump in engine specifications along with a new LED headlamp and new features. Currently, the 900 cc parallel-twin engine on the Street Twin makes 55 bhp and 76 Nm. The new Street Scrambler on the other hand could get all the updates as the Street Twin and maybe get some updates to its off-road kit as well.

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Apart from these two motorcycles, Triumph will also be unveiling the Scrambler 1200 on October 24, which will be coming to India as well. Triumph has been teasing the Scrambler 1200 for quite some time now. It will use the same 1200 cc parallel-twin engine which does duty on the Bonneville T120, Bonneville Bobber and the Bonneville Speedmaster. Expect the motorcycle to get proper off-road kit as well.

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From Virender Sehwag To Gautam Gambhir, Indian Stars Recall Historic 2007 World Twenty20 Triumph


It has been 11 years since Mahendra Singh Dhoni led Team India to a historic T20 World Cup title victory in 2007. India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan by five runs in a thrilling final at the jam-packed The Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. From Gautam Gambhir’s magnificent batting to Joginder Sharma’s last-over nerve-wrecking over, the memory of the title win is still etched in the billions of hearts. The 2007 T20 World Cup winning Indian team members on Monday took to social media and recalled the historic moment.

India veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh posted a photo with Irfan Pathan and wrote: “Apna Tiranga upar rehna chahiye hamesha 11 sal pehle issi din we become the T20 world champion.”

Gautam Gambhir, who scored a brilliant 75 off 54 balls to help India post 157/5 in 20 overs, posted the victorious moment on his Twitter handle.

Irfan Pathan, who claimed the prized wickets of Pakistan Shoaib Malik (8), Shahid Afridi (0) and Yasir Arafat (15), wrote: “It’s been 11 years since we won the first ever twenty World Cup. What’s your memory as a fan of that great run we had in that tournament in 2007?? #worldcup #cricket.”

Pacer RP Singh, who recently called time on his career, claimed three wickets in the epic final against the arch-rivals Pakistan.

The match is famously known for Joginder Sharma, who bowled the last over in the final when Pakistan needed 13 runs with one wicket in hand.

After being hit for a six by Misbah- ul-haq, he eventually dismissed the Pakistani batsman to hand India a thrilling win.





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Series Win Over India At Par With Ashes Triumph, Says Trevor Bayliss


The England cricket team’s coach Trevor Bayliss on Tuesday said that the Test series victory against India is at par with beating Australia in the Ashes. England outplayed India, the World No.1 Test team, in the fourth Test by 60 runs to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match Test series. Bayliss further reiterated that the character shown by the players under pressure is a good sign for them going forward. “It is right up there with beating Australia in the Ashes. Obviously India are a very good team, the number one team, and to knock them off is a very good feeling,” said Bayliss of England’s victory over India.

“There were some difficult conditions especially on Day One. We have said before, under a bit of pressure these guys have got a bit of character which is a good sign going forward,” Bayliss added.

Spinner Moeen Ali was promoted to the number 3 spot in the second innings of the fourth Test, paving way for Root to bat at four and Bayliss said the off-spinner might be an option in that position in the right condition.

“I’m sure there will be discussions on a few things in the next couple of days. Batsmen would like to have a settled position in the order. You always find in any era or team there are one or two guys who have to be a bit flexible,” he said.

“Moeen has been that guy for us over the last few years. When Root asked him if he was keen to do it he jumped at it. In the right conditions I would not put it past him.

“He works hard at his game. In spinning conditions he can cover that pretty well at the moment but his challenge will be on the faster wickets but we haven’t got any of those for a while,” Bayliss remarked.

Bayliss, however, wasn’t sure if Moeen would be a permanent move and hinted it was possible for Root to revert to the role.

“Joe has always said he wants to bat at four. He understood where I was coming from that if we had a number three averaging 50 to allow him to bat at four, that would be handy. But I thought it was for the best of the team he batted at three,” he said.

“Hopefully we can find someone who can do a decent job at number three and he can bat where he feels most comfortable. All credit to him. He has taken that role on with no problems. He has taken one for the team in that respect,” Bayliss added.

(With PTI inputs)



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Former Triumph India MD Vimal Sumbly Joins Royal Enfield As Head Of Asia Pacific


Sumbly served as the Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India from 2013 to 2018. He will be taking care of Royal Enfield’s Asia Pacific business.




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Vimal Sumbly was the MD of Triumph Motorcycles India for 5 years

Vimal Sumbly, former managing director, Triumph Motorcycles India has joined Royal Enfield as the Head of Asia Pacific. He will be based out of Gurugram to begin with and later move to Thailand to oversee Royal Enfield’s Asia Pacific business operations. He served as the managing director for Triumph Motorcycles ever since the brand began operations in India in 2013 till a few months ago. He has been instrumental in establishing Triumph as one of the biggest premium two-wheeler manufacturers in India. Prior to his stint with Triumph Motorcycles, Sumbly was also responsible in helping Bajaj set up KTM and Probiking outlets in India as part of Bajaj Auto’s top management.


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Royal Enfield has its plan in place to become a global player in the premium motorcycle segment and Vimal Sumbly is the third high-profile hiring after Sudhanshu of Start Sports (who will head the branding for Royal Enfield) and Simon Warburton (former Triumph UK’s Head of Design) as the head of product development for the company.

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Since April 2018, Royal Enfield has sold about 71,000 units a month (Domestic + Global Exports). The average global exports though for the same time have been about 1,800 units a month. One of the biggest challenges for Sumbly will be to get more units exported to Asia Pacific region along with building a brand name for Royal Enfield at par with other global brands such as Triumph Motorcycles and Harley-Davidson. Currently, Royal Enfield has presence is Asian markets such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia etc.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Looking To Set Up A Plant In South East Asia

The fact that Royal Enfield is also looking to set up an assembly plant in South East Asia, with Thailand and Indonesia being considered primarily makes it an even more important job. A new facility along with solid brand building will be key to Royal Enfield’s success in Asia Pacific, which happens to be one of the largest markets for two-wheelers. And, this is where Sumbly’s expertise will prove to be handy.

Also Read: Royal Enfield To Launch The 650 cc Twins Globally In September 2018

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Royal Enfield is ready to launch the 650 Twins globally this month, with the India launch slated for November 2018. Going forward, Royal Enfield has its eyes set on grabbing a substantial slice of the mid-size motorcycle segment globally. Royal Enfield has also confirmed that the Continental GT 650 and the Interceptor 650 will not be the only motorcycles with the all-new 650 cc parallel-twin engine. The company will be offering the same in other motorcycles from its portfolio, starting with the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

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