Abdul Rehman Khatri
i, THe biker
21 Year Old
No. of Years of motorcycle stunting : 5,
Motorcycle Stunting events participated in : KTM Orange Day, ARE
For you, what does it mean to be a motorcycle stunter?
Safe Stunting with simultaneous care of your Baby!
How has motorcycling changed you and your life?
It helps me take my mind off things, and it acts as my psychiatrist, and frankly it is my daily motivation to go to work..
How would you justify the inherent dangers and risk involved in stunting on motorcycles?
Inherent Dangers start when you step daily from your house, it is equally dangerous to travel by train, or even use the elevator, yet we do it, so basically if you ride safe, and wear all safety gears you would worry less about dangers and enjoy more of the adventures. and to do stunts in under the supervision of the experienced.
Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable stunt performances?
I have never been so good at stunts as I always thought for my bike as my baby.
What has been the biggest highlight of your racing career so far?
I did conquer the ARE (Apache Racing Experience) at the top three position and i also got my fmsci licence.
As a stunter, how have you contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?
I've planned to make a point to taunt any or every rider who rides without a helmet or as a matter of fact any safety gear, and I also add people to xbhp for them to learn the importance of safety while riding.
What are the best and the worst things about motorcycle stunting in India?
The worst things about our roads is the potholes and improper roads which leads to accidents and basically the good roads can only be found in proper town.
Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?
My bike means my world to me, I get on my knees every Sunday and pray the road throws another curves, and this one of my only ways to relieve stress, It is my daily motivation to go to work, and last but not the least "It Completes Me"