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Prince Sirohi

i, THe biker
34 Year Old

Currently Riding

Bajaj-Pulsar-200 NS

Past Owned

Bajaj-Pulsar-150

Riding Experience

No. of Years of riding motorcycles : 15,
Kilometers done (appox) : 225000+

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

To be a Motorcyclist means freedom, passion, exploring the planet on two wheels, wind in the hair.... in short, it means living your life, instead of just being alive.

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How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

Motorcycling has changed my life in a big way, motorcycling is a symbol of freedom. now a weekend means a ride with wife or friends. i am a full time motorcyclist, unlike many others who take out their bikes only on weekends or for rides. That means everything from going to office... to movie..to shopping..everything happens on two wheels. i commute to office almost daily on my bike which is approx. 160 kms to and fro. whenever i have to go somewhere... or some city i do not have to look up the train timetable or bus schedule.

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

850 characters is too less a space to share a life incident. i wrote it here and found it much over the limit, so kindly click the link-- it is posted as a blog in xbhp.

http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/blogs/princesirohi/157-my-accident.html

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

One of the most memorable moment was my first solo 1000+ kms ride when i just completed my B.E.in 2001, I had a Kinetic Honda which i had purchased second hand. it was from Nagpur to Delhi ( actually Ghaziabad). it was a solo trip and my first and most memorable long ride. i enjoyed all the natural beauty of M.P. jungles, encountered some good and extremely bad roads (had 11 punctures enroute iin M.P., finally changed the tube in lalitput). those were the days when there was no mobiles, so for few days i was entirely cutt off from friends and relatives.....aaahh....pure bliss .....sipping tea in night on a road side dhaba in an unknown village..

Second one...hmmnn when i touched triple digit speed for the first time on two wheels.

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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?

How to contribute to motorcycling community ---- by spreading the awareness about wearing proper riding gear, by spreading the awareness about the need to follow traffic rules, by helping other riders in whatever way you can, by sharing technical knowledge with other riders, by helping the accident victims you may see on road, and most importantly by spreading awareness about biking to all those people who keep asking me-"why do you travel so much on bike", The next question came--have you done all this and the answer is --YES, i have done all these things ......

I will keep on doing all the above things...

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

Best-- No Toll Tax ... he he...!! and the ability to get out of the traffic jams.

Worst -- attitude and mentality of general people about bikers, that motorcyclist are poor people who can not afford a car and --not giving them space on road...

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Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?

the feeling can not be expressed in words..freedom, ecstacy...enlightenment...call it whatever you want...peace of mind.

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Riding Experience as a Power Biker


No. of Years : 15

    

Kilometers done (appox) : 225000

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

To be a Motorcyclist means freedom, passion, exploring the planet on two wheels, wind in the hair.... in short, it means living your life, instead of just being alive.

  • View Image

bike-image

How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

Motorcycling has changed my life in a big way, motorcycling is a symbol of freedom. now a weekend means a ride with wife or friends. i am a full time motorcyclist, unlike many others who take out their bikes only on weekends or for rides. That means everything from going to office... to movie..to shopping..everything happens on two wheels. i commute to office almost daily on my bike which is approx. 160 kms to and fro. whenever i have to go somewhere... or some city i do not have to look up the train timetable or bus schedule.

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

the dangers and risks can only be justified by sheer passion and love for biking.

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

One of the most memorable moment was my first solo 1000+ kms ride when i just completed my B.E.in 2001, I had a Kinetic Honda which i had purchased second hand. it was from Nagpur to Delhi ( actually Ghaziabad). it was a solo trip and my first and most memorable long ride. i enjoyed all the natural beauty of M.P. jungles, encountered some good and extremely bad roads (had 11 punctures enroute iin M.P., finally changed the tube in lalitput). those were the days when there was no mobiles, so for few days i was entirely cutt off from friends and relatives.....aaahh....pure bliss .....sipping tea in night on a road side dhaba in an unknown village..

Second one...hmmnn when i touched triple digit speed for the first time on two wheels.

  • View Image

bike-image

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

How to contribute to motorcycling community ---- by spreading the awareness about wearing proper riding gear, by spreading the awareness about the need to follow traffic rules, by helping other riders in whatever way you can, by sharing technical knowledge with other riders, by helping the accident victims you may see on road, and most importantly by spreading awareness about biking to all those people who keep asking me-"why do you travel so much on bike", The next question came--have you done all this and the answer is --YES, i have done all these things ......

I will keep on doing all the above things...

bike-image

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

Best-- No Toll Tax ... he he...!! and the ability to get out of the traffic jams.

Worst -- attitude and mentality of general people about bikers, that motorcyclist are poor people who can not afford a car and --not giving them space on road...

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