i, THe biker
20 Year Old
No. of Years of riding motorcycles : 9,
Kilometers done (appox) : 80000
For you, what does it mean to be a motorcyclist?
I have always envied birds for their ability to fly whenever and wherever they wish. The freedom which their pair of wings gives them is so heartening. For me therefore, motorcycling completes this absence of wings. The freedom to escape from the maddening chaos of everyday life, even if it merely about riding to work or a “long ride” is to me a welcome bliss. That the “pair of wheels” provides me this liberty so akin to a pair of wings is the greatest high I get from being a motorcyclist!!
How has motorcycling changed you and your life?
Riding a motorcycle will make you a Better Man because you get that adventurous side back in you. I think a lot of people struggle within their marriage or relationships or getting older because you end up stuck in a rut. This is something that will bring a whole new adventurous side to your life that you never thought you could do. It’s challenging, and I really like the challenge of it. That always builds self-esteem and confidence.
Life tested you severely and motorcycling helped you to fight back – tell us that story of courage and inspiration.
Once I Had a Traffic Race but I Was Unable To Defeat The Opponent and so suddenly met a high crash and was admitted in the hospital and i thought that hereby I shoudn't ride the bike faster.
After some days i got recovered and took the bike.I saw the same opponent on the road ("when i was in the hospital i thought not to ride the bike faster") but my hands on the throttle did not cooperate with me ! It was just revving and started to ride at the end I won the race with him and my bike saved my courage.. This was Helped Me to Fight Back !
Well My Inspiration Is My friend Kaushik Sriram..He is the man who Showed me what is KARIZMA !
Still Now I haven't seen a guy Riding a KARIZMA like him !
Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable life events involving motorcycles?
When people started identifying me with the name of my bike as a prefix to my name.
As a motorcyclist, how have you contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?
Well to be frank I haven't did much to the society
As a motorcyclist I firmly believe in “Ride Hard, Ride Safe”
What are the best and the worst things about motorcycling in India?
The best thing is that many competitors are now enrolling the motorcycleship in india
The worst thing is the road condition in india is being too bad!
Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?
Racing, competing, It's in my blood. It's part of me, It's part of my life,I have been doInG it all my Life and It Stands Out Above Everything else.. I Respect ma Bike !! A Great Tribute to Racing !