For your club, what does motorcycling stand for?
Motorcycling means expression Freedom with the wind hitting your face along with the Brotherhood by your side. As a club we strongly stand by our motto "One for all and all for One . . .
Tell us briefly about the motorcycling ethics followed collectively by your club especially when related to practicing and promoting safe motorcycling?
Before every ride we have a briefing of do's & donts i.e. The pack always rides in a formation of ones or twos as instructed by the road captain, riding with proper gear, intoxication of any kind is not tolerated, stay to the left of your bike when parked Dont have loose straps hanging out of your bag or objects protruding horizontally as it may get entangled to a fellow rider's bike, avoid parking and ganging up right after blind turns especially towards down hill go further down and ensure we are at least 200 meters away after the blind turn, we ensure that everybodys brake lights and indicators are working, we keep sufficient distance to predict braking distance and cornering angle needed.
How would you justify the inherent dangers and risk involved in riding motorcycles?
There is no justification in the risk involved one has to alert and agile at all time when on 2 wheels, more so when others make a mistake.
Tell us briefly about the 2 most memorable/important motorcycling events organized by or participated in by your club?
An entourage of over 400+ Royals enfields thumped down to Mahabaleshwar to be a part of the Reunion, A Royal Enfield Zonal Event, where Bikers show of their Pride ride, and be a part of the Brotherhood that binds the Riding Fraternity. A sheer display of Brotherhood, tactics and a fool proof game plan is all it took , for (Saurabh Korde, Saransh Pansari, Anand Thakker and Manan Shah) from the Enfield Pirates Mumbai, to literally Life the tropy and medals for “PICK YOUR BIKE AND RUN” event held at the Royal Enfield Reunion.
Rider Mania Goa "No Caption Needed" The entire brotherhood loves this destination!
How has your motorcycling club contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?
We practice safe riding and ensure all follow the traffic rules and regulations, a special briefing is done to educate the all the fellow brothers on road safety not just for yourself but for others on the road as well.
We often organise cause rides i.e. youth organization in defence of animals, ride against rape, nature care ride etc. for creating awareness in the society.