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Pooja Jogi

i, THe biker
26 Year Old

Currently Riding

Royal-Enfield-Thunderbird-Twin-Spark

Past Owned

Bajaj-Pulsar-180

Riding Experience

No. of Years of riding motorcycles : 12,
Kilometers done (appox) : 1,60,000

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

It is like a special kind of meditation and is very therapeutic. It’s variously exciting, relaxing, enlightening and ennobling. Riding is about passion, about making the adrenaline flow, about pleasure.Being a Motorcyclist means that you do not go along with the normal flow or care about what people think, except those who are your true friends.Bikers live their lives the way they want to.

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How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

Buying things can't make you happy but spending money on experiences can make me happy...Yes buying The Royal Enfield was my worth buy. I am not just a girl with a motorcycle; I am a rider.Motorcycling is way to instantly put myself into a meditative state.

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How would you justify the inherent dangers and risk involved in motorcycling?

“If you ride don’t drink and if you drink don’t ride” I selected first option .Ride Safe than Rider Harder.I've been riding for 12 years plus without accident and the only best thing i have learned to do is be prepared for an accident by wearing right gear.It's because a motorcycle isn't something i have , it's something i do. I ride. I risk my life for a chance to turn a commute into an adventure.

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


1.2013 this year 15th august we had independent day ride with Royal Enfield group from Bandra to Church gate .we were around 250 in crowd i was one of female rider wearing army suit ,helmet on with riding gear riding in front getting tailed my guys lot of media and crowd attention made me feel like a celebrity. The respect and sensation I felt was makeable in my whole life it was a truly a memorable day I dreamed of .

2.My ride with Bisons Ride Hard Group to Tapola ,my this year first monsoon ride. Climate ,rain, breeze ,Speed ,Road ,Fragrance of nature and adventure trip. I got all together in one ride.

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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?

Its my dream to start a motorcycle training course for women and give revolution to female rider team.

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What are the best and the worst things about being a motorcyclist, especially a female motorcyclist, in India?

Graceful, Powerful, Hot, stunning this are the compliment i get each single day !!captaining ride of 250 rider a lady in front and rest all guys tailing me,it self it gives the powerful feeling that I own - of being able to maneuver this two-wheeled vehicle, adeptly and expertly.I have group were there we there are 250 guys and i am captaning that ride and Sometimes, it is about being one of the guys - until, I de-helmet and shake out my hair.

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Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?

Motorcycle riding has been one of the best things I've started doing - I love it, and it's one of the few things that can put me in a good mood no matter what. It really does remove me from everything else in the world and put me in my own world. I lost my dad in 2012. i ride for my ride passion his dream, his words “My Pooji should own a Bullet” and that is how i got my The Royal Enfield in my life.I will ride for the rest of my life, just to keep him alive. i am sure his soul will find peace and love in all i do as biker. I ride my motorcycle because it makes me feel free and young!for me ride is The open road. Sun on my face, wind in my hair,Different culture,New Places,Amazing food,and many special moments and memories that i will keep building rest of my life.

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Riding Experience as a Power Biker


No. of Years : 12

    

Kilometers done (appox) : 1,60,000

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

It is like a special kind of meditation and is very therapeutic. It’s variously exciting, relaxing, enlightening and ennobling. Riding is about passion, about making the adrenaline flow, about pleasure.Being a Motorcyclist means that you do not go along with the normal flow or care about what people think, except those who are your true friends.Bikers live their lives the way they want to.

  • View Image

bike-image

How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

Buying things can't make you happy but spending money on experiences can make me happy...Yes buying The Royal Enfield was my worth buy. I am not just a girl with a motorcycle; I am a rider.Motorcycling is way to instantly put myself into a meditative state.

  • View Image

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

If you ride don’t drink and if you drink don’t ride” I selected first option .Ride Safe than Rider Harder.I've been riding for 12 years plus without accident and the only best thing i have learned to do is be prepared for an accident by wearing right gear.It's because a motorcycle isn't something i have , it's something i do. I ride. I risk my life for a chance to turn a commute into an adventure.

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


1.2013 this year 15th august we had independent day ride with Royal Enfield group from Bandra to Church gate .we were around 250 in crowd i was one of female rider wearing army suit ,helmet on with riding gear riding in front getting tailed my guys lot of media and crowd attention made me feel like a celebrity. The respect and sensation I felt was makeable in my whole life it was a truly a memorable day I dreamed of .

2.My ride with Bisons Ride Hard Group to Tapola ,my this year first monsoon ride. Climate ,rain, breeze ,Speed ,Road ,Fragrance of nature and adventure trip. I got all together in one ride.

  • View Image

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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?

Its my dream to start a motorcycle training course for women and give revolution to female rider team.

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

Motorcycle riding has been one of the best things I've started doing - I love it, and it's one of the few things that can put me in a good mood no matter what. It really does remove me from everything else in the world and put me in my own world.

I lost my dad in 2012. i ride for my ride passion his dream, his words “My Pooji should own a Bullet” and that is how i got my The Royal Enfield in my life.I will ride for the rest of my life, just to keep him alive. i am sure his soul will find peace and love in all i do as biker.

I ride my motorcycle because it makes me feel free and young!for me ride is The open road. Sun on my face, wind in my hair,Different culture,New Places,Amazing food,and many special moments and memories that i will keep building rest of my life.

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