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sambit mishra

i, THe biker
22 Year Old

Currently Riding

CBR250R

Past Owned

Bajaj-Pulsar-180

Riding Experience

No. of Years of riding motorcycles : 2,
Kilometers done (appox) : 48000

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For you, what does it mean to be a motorcyclist?

for me it simply means responsibility, responsibility towards the people whom i have left back them, towards them who i am going to meet on the road, towards them who will never know me but my single action can take their life, being a motorcyclist your first duty should be to be safe and keep others safe,
being a motorcyclist i have learned my life, being a son, a rider, a human being all these i have learned being a motorcyclist, my life is based on riding, it started there and will end there, in between what ever i learn, see, feel, the credit goes to being a motorcyclist, it has not only given me my direction of life but also changed the way i was and the way i was taking life, for me life is being a motorcyclist

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How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

life is never easy and so was never easy for me, my dreams, passion for automobiles, practical thinking always kept me away from people, i still miss my absent life before i started riding, after i started riding, life changed, its meaning changed, my dreams were true and i could realize this fact, i was no longer trying to make me perfect for others forgetting who actually i am, i have lived my life in these 2 years, my way of taking things was now backed up by the experience i have now, i am no longer somebody else for somebody, i am now me,

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Life tested you severely and motorcycling helped you to fight back – tell us that story of courage and inspiration.

i was never good in studies and still i am not but i am better in what i do and that is riding, in school, in college i always had an image of a failure, a dumb guy, someone who never can do anything, riding changed the whole world around me with the same people, same environment etc i went for the IBa and GQ record without any help, any support, i showed everybody that yeas i can do, i went for the IBA ride without any test ride, without any back end support, with an inferior machine for the said task but i did and proved that determination is something we should never underestimate, i went for the limca book of records, 72 hours of trouble, 117 hrs of ride on record, 96xx kms covered in 16 days, 20 days or restlessness, i fought from no body but my inner inferior soul, characters here are not enough to describe the pain and glory

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Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable life events involving motorcycles?

1st- my life started just 2 years back when i started riding, i remember when i completed my IBA saddle sore and bun burner ride on a pulsar 180 ug4, i was 400+ kms away from home when i met with an accident,one ligament in the right leg got dislocated,i could have stopped there but then i didnt want to back out and rode 442 kms back home with the broken ligament, my leg was sliding away from the foot peg and i had to bring it back on, my life's 1st biggest achievement

2nd- 30th june 2012 i completed GQ record after riding for 117 hours(20 days of restlessness, 50-60 hours of rain, 8 sleepless nights, no food and water)i became the youngest rider to go for the GQ record and complete it successfully though late by 47 minutes, i touched what was never expected, what i always dreamed about and what is still my life's best memmory

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As a motorcyclist, how have you contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?

to be very frank i havent done much for the society but during my college days and now also, i make people understand and aware about riding with helmets, safe riding, blood donation, and all this i have done in villages of Odisha and remote areas where people are not even aware of bikes with more than 100cc, i have persuaded many village people, my college friends and even few teachers for blood donation and also made then understand its pros, right now i am trying to make database of people who can donate blood and trying to start HELPING WAY, where every individual will save Rs 1 /day and at the end the money he himself will contribute somewhere or help other people with,

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What are the best and the worst things about motorcycling in India?

the best things are that u can afford a ride with a very small amount of money in your pocket, u have vast vast areas, roads, places to explore so you can never go out of roads and places, you have option of visiting country land and roads and great national highways, u can ride with no road limits and still feel like u have just started.

the worst things are that people allow their ego to come first and then their humanity, its not balanced and properly organized, i strongly fee there's a difference between a rider and a biker which people need to understand, u may have a bike and become biker but u only become a rider with the right attitude and indian motorcycling lacks riders, everybody owns but very few values, safety is another big point which has improved a lot but still not safe

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Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?

as i said, riding is my life, i feel as if i am in a different world, on a different ground when i ride, it helps to connect me to my inner soul and answer my questions related to life and humanity, when i ride i feel as if GOD is riding next to me and its just we two on the road, he says me while riding that u move on your path, you will meet success but then you need to try and i am readying you for it, for me my life's last wish will be to go on a never ending solo ride on a never ending road, just me and my inner self, all my long distance riding are solo and from the experience i have gained from those rides makes me feel that when i ride, i complete.

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Riding Experience as a Power Biker


No. of Years : 2

    

Kilometers done (appox) : 48000

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For you, what does it mean to be a motorcyclist?

for me it simply means responsibility, responsibility towards the people whom i have left back them, towards them who i am going to meet on the road, towards them who will never know me but my single action can take their life, being a motorcyclist your first duty should be to be safe and keep others safe,
being a motorcyclist i have learned my life, being a son, a rider, a human being all these i have learned being a motorcyclist, my life is based on riding, it started there and will end there, in between what ever i learn, see, feel, the credit goes to being a motorcyclist, it has not only given me my direction of life but also changed the way i was and the way i was taking life, for me life is being a motorcyclist

  • View Image

bike-image

How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

life is never easy and so was never easy for me, my dreams, passion for automobiles, practical thinking always kept me away from people, i still miss my absent life before i started riding, after i started riding, life changed, its meaning changed, my dreams were true and i could realize this fact, i was no longer trying to make me perfect for others forgetting who actually i am, i have lived my life in these 2 years, my way of taking things was now backed up by the experience i have now, i am no longer somebody else for somebody, i am now me,

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How would you justify the inherent dangers and risk involved in riding on motorcycles?

danger and risk is involved in almost everything, people get hurt and die in car accident, plane crash, train derails etc so just saying that motorcycling is unsafe wont do justice to motorcycling, risk is there but its the rider who limits it or exceeds the limit, you ride with a helmet, properly geared when required, respect laws, respect other riders and vehicles, you will be safe, there is a good saying regarding this also- " if you ride as if there's no tomorrow then there wont be", exceptions are also there, people going to leh, records, long distance rides play safe, people within the city forget their limit and involve in more accidents, safety is in your hands, you need to decide its limit

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Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable life-incidents involving you as a motorcyclist?


1st- my life started just 2 years back when i started riding, i remember when i completed my IBA saddle sore and bun burner ride on a pulsar 180 ug4, i was 400+ kms away from home when i met with an accident,one ligament in the right leg got dislocated,i could have stopped there but then i didnt want to back out and rode 442 kms back home with the broken ligament, my leg was sliding away from the foot peg and i had to bring it back on, my life's 1st biggest achievement

2nd- 30th june 2012 i completed GQ record after riding for 117 hours(20 days of restlessness, 50-60 hours of rain, 8 sleepless nights, no food and water)i became the youngest rider to go for the GQ record and complete it successfully though late by 47 minutes, i touched what was never expected, what i always dreamed about and what is still my life's best memmory

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As a motorcyclist, how have you contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?

to be very frank i havent done much for the society but during my college days and now also, i make people understand and aware about riding with helmets, safe riding, blood donation, and all this i have done in villages of Odisha and remote areas where people are not even aware of bikes with more than 100cc, i have persuaded many village people, my college friends and even few teachers for blood donation and also made then understand its pros, right now i am trying to make database of people who can donate blood and trying to start HELPING WAY, where every individual will save Rs 1 /day and at the end the money he himself will contribute somewhere or help other people with,

  • View Image

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What are the best and the worst things about motorcycling in India?

the best things are that u can afford a ride with a very small amount of money in your pocket, u have vast vast areas, roads, places to explore so you can never go out of roads and places, you have option of visiting country land and roads and great national highways, u can ride with no road limits and still feel like u have just started.

the worst things are that people allow their ego to come first and then their humanity, its not balanced and properly organized, i strongly fee there's a difference between a rider and a biker which people need to understand, u may have a bike and become biker but u only become a rider with the right attitude and indian motorcycling lacks riders, everybody owns but very few values, safety is another big point which has improved a lot but still not safe

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