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Abhishek

i, THe biker
22 Year Old

Currently Riding

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Bajaj-Avenger-220

Riding Experience

No. of Years of track riding/racing : 3,
Track Racing events participated in : national track racing

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

it means ur a warrior in the generation fighting with the risk of loosing life and glory. the test to see where you stand in this universe

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How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

from being on streets to having a feeling that says you are fast, to putting it to test on track and going through the disciplines involved from your fitness to your unlearning of street riding and putting ur instincts and talent to work, in the end finding out that u are actually one of the fastest in the country and that you are keeping the best scared about you gives a fulfillment to life and all the beliefs u had as a child was right is salvation to life.

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

well there are ones who have crashed already and who'r yet to crash.
dangerous sport where risk of loosing life is involved but thats what gives birth to the breed that take part in it. we know not only to race but to crash aswell and to walk away from it with no scare. yet we are trained to me as calm as possible even at those times. dancing at those speeds on a bike is no game.

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Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable track events?

the first place win in my debut with a 3 seconds lead qualifying as an expert in the country for beacuse of the same, the battle with Sarath kumar for second place, and to be the youngest and first Indian to have timed 1.56 min in my first ever race on a 600cc Honda with no practice at all in Chennai

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What has been the biggest highlight of your racing career so far?

fighting with the fastest in the country on the best of the class CBR 250R class and the battle with Sarath kumar for second place victory, and knowing that im standing 2nd in the championship ahead of 11 time national champion Rajini krishnan and behind Sarath kumar the fastest indians.

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

i am a graduate from apex racing academy and now i teach in the same place. i beautiful feeling wen u try and impart the same into the new riders who come with a sense of fulfilling their dreams, a responsibility of setting an example is something to live up to.

working for KTM to train their customers on track and development.

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What are the best and the worst things about motorcycle racing in India?

best thing about it would be that its growing very fast from safety standards to better bikes, better tyres, better tracks, better organisation but wen it comes to making it live bringing up the talent and the approach of sponsors is very bad and slow. no media coverage and live broadcasts always keep the sponsors away as an expensive sport itself makes it very hard for racers to pursue it and come up in life, very hard making it a career. its all work and race. we need to help and take this sport ahead as we have amazing talents lined up

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Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?

when on street or dirt or track, when in connection with the bike on a ride, is the only time i feel godly about myself! a feeling that makes you believe that this is the only thing that makes me live life, the only thing that i'm designed for and meant to do in life. the best im at!

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Riding Experience as a Power Biker


No. of Years : 3

    

Kilometers done (appox) : 10000

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

it means ur a warrior in the generation fighting with the risk of loosing life and glory. the test to see where you stand in this universe

bike-image

How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

from being on streets to having a feeling that says you are fast, to putting it to test on track and going through the disciplines involved from your fitness to your unlearning of street riding and putting ur instincts and talent to work, in the end finding out that u are actually one of the fastest in the country and that you are keeping the best scared about you gives a fulfillment to life and all the beliefs u had as a child was right is salvation to life.

bike-image

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

well there are ones who have crashed already and who'r yet to crash.
dangerous sport where risk of loosing life is involved but thats what gives birth to the breed that take part in it. we know not only to race but to crash aswell and to walk away from it with no scare. yet we are trained to me as calm as possible even at those times. dancing at those speeds on a bike is no game.

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

the first place win in my debut with a 3 seconds lead qualifying as an expert in the country for beacuse of the same, the battle with Sarath kumar for second place, and to be the youngest and first Indian to have timed 1.56 min in my first ever race on a 600cc Honda with no practice at all in Chennai

bike-image

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

i am a graduate from apex racing academy and now i teach in the same place. i beautiful feeling wen u try and impart the same into the new riders who come with a sense of fulfilling their dreams, a responsibility of setting an example is something to live up to.

working for KTM to train their customers on track and development.

bike-image

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

best thing about it would be that its growing very fast from safety standards to better bikes, better tyres, better tracks, better organisation but wen it comes to making it live bringing up the talent and the approach of sponsors is very bad and slow. no media coverage and live broadcasts always keep the sponsors away as an expensive sport itself makes it very hard for racers to pursue it and come up in life, very hard making it a career. its all work and race. we need to help and take this sport ahead as we have amazing talents lined up

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