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Ravishekhar Singh

i, THe biker
26 Year Old

Currently Riding

Bajaj-Avenger-220

Past Owned

Bajaj-Pulsar-180

Riding Experience

No. of Years : 6,
Kilometers done (appox) : 50000

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

Freedom is the most important aspect of life, and this lesson of life is what i learned from being a biker. Being a biker means that you do not go along with the normal flow or care about what people think of you. Bikers live their lives the way they want to.Bikers love the freedom riding gives them. Biking is a state of mind. It provides me mental peace that i connect with freedom of ridding in open air.

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How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

A motorcycle isn't just a vehicle to move you from place to place; it's an experience every time you ride it. It’s said that buying a new thing makes someone happy, so do my motorcycle: made me happy.If you own a motorcycle you're not just a guy with a motorcycle; you're a rider. It's because a motorcycle isn't something you have, it's something you do. You ride. You risk your life for a chance to turn a commute into an adventure.Once you ride, especially your first few times an a highway, you experience complete presence in the moment. You don't think about what just happened or what's going to happen. You don't even think about what is happening. You just experience the moment and react on instinct as you fly down the highway.

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How would you justify the inherent dangers and risk involved in long distance touring on motorcycles?

An old saying is that "Speed thrills but kills". It's 100%true. But you can not negate the joy of thrill while riding your motorcycle on highways or mountains. Imagine the riding on a highway..the wind booms so loudly that you can't hear anything else, or even imagine any other sounds. Each bump in the pavement gently pushes you like a wave on a boat. Your eyes can hardly believe what they see; the motorcycle disappears and you're only aware of the world you're streaking through. The first time I got up to speed and experienced all this, I couldn't help but say "wow" inside my helmet. Or the condition on mountains is not too much different.

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Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable motorcycle tours?

My most memorable trip was Rajasthan touring. On my Bajaj Avenger the route i followed was Chandigarh-Bikaner-Jodhpur-Mountabu-Ajmer-Jaipur-New Delhi-Chandigarh. The whole trip was around 3000km completed in 7 days. I can't forget the thrill of riding on a desert lonely road with the speed of 100 kmph. Also i can't forget the joy that i got whenever i passed through some villages of Rajasthan. While children used to make a circle around my bike and elderly used to navigate and offer some food or tea.
My another memorable trip was that of Chandigarh-Shimla-Manali-Chandigarh. That was totally different from that of Rajasthan. Riding through drizzles..and then experiencing snow in Manali..Amazing..

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

India is cast country with no proper infrastructure.During my tours even in remote areas, When i visit there i learn their culture and of course their poor condition or suffering. Whenever i go to such places, i tell them about the latest technologies and ways of their upliftment in society.
Bikers help others. When a brother or sister is broken down by the side of the road, they always stop and help them. Even for moral support, if that is all they can give, it is better than riding on by. Remember life is about the journey and the ride. Not just getting there. You already are there.
Bikers don’t just help bikers, they show the world that they are better than the image portrays them. Courtesy costs you nothing and gives you everything. Bikers do what they say they will do, be there when you say you will. This is called integrity.

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

India is a country full of diversity. There is hardly any geographical condition that doesn't exist in india. The mountains full of snow or greenery, or long highways with deserts or plain roads with big trees on both sides. Also there is a negative side..the condition of indian roads which are obviously not the best in world. As a motorcyclist one can enjoy riding in all conditions from Leh to Kanyakumari. But be careful..roads and traffic system are not that much supportive. A wrong turn can be your last turn.

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Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?

I still remember when i rode a bike first time in my life. It was my brother who taught me to ride. And i can't forget the joy of my first experience of a long drive . It was tour of Kasauli. Biking gives me internal peace and joy,when the cold breeze touches my face.An errand becomes a whole-body experience. Whatever be your mood..biking gives you the same joy and peace. You don't even think about what is happening. You just experience the moment and react on instinct as you fly down the highway. The wind booms so loudly that you can't hear anything else, or even imagine any other sounds. Each bump in the pavement gently pushes you like a wave on a boat.love bikes..

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Riding Experience as a Power Biker


No. of Years : 6

    

Kilometers done (appox) : 50000

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

Freedom is the most important aspect of life, and this lesson of life is what i learned from being a biker. Being a biker means that you do not go along with the normal flow or care about what people think of you. Bikers live their lives the way they want to.Bikers love the freedom riding gives them. Biking is a state of mind. It provides me mental peace that i connect with freedom of ridding in open air.

  • View Image

bike-image

How has motorcycling changed you and your life?

A motorcycle isn't just a vehicle to move you from place to place; it's an experience every time you ride it. It’s said that buying a new thing makes someone happy, so do my motorcycle: made me happy.If you own a motorcycle you're not just a guy with a motorcycle; you're a rider. It's because a motorcycle isn't something you have, it's something you do. You ride. You risk your life for a chance to turn a commute into an adventure.Once you ride, especially your first few times an a highway, you experience complete presence in the moment. You don't think about what just happened or what's going to happen. You don't even think about what is happening. You just experience the moment and react on instinct as you fly down the highway.

  • View Image

bike-image

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

An old saying is that "Speed thrills but kills". It's 100%true. But you can not negate the joy of thrill while riding your motorcycle on highways or mountains. Imagine the riding on a highway..the wind booms so loudly that you can't hear anything else, or even imagine any other sounds. Each bump in the pavement gently pushes you like a wave on a boat. Your eyes can hardly believe what they see; the motorcycle disappears and you're only aware of the world you're streaking through. The first time I got up to speed and experienced all this, I couldn't help but say "wow" inside my helmet. Or the condition on mountains is not too much different.

  • View Image

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

My most memorable trip was Rajasthan touring. On my Bajaj Avenger the route i followed was Chandigarh-Bikaner-Jodhpur-Mountabu-Ajmer-Jaipur-New Delhi-Chandigarh. The whole trip was around 3000km completed in 7 days. I can't forget the thrill of riding on a desert lonely road with the speed of 100 kmph. Also i can't forget the joy that i got whenever i passed through some villages of Rajasthan. While children used to make a circle around my bike and elderly used to navigate and offer some food or tea.
My another memorable trip was that of Chandigarh-Shimla-Manali-Chandigarh. That was totally different from that of Rajasthan. Riding through drizzles..and then experiencing snow in Manali..Amazing..

  • 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?

India is cast country with no proper infrastructure.During my tours even in remote areas, When i visit there i learn their culture and of course their poor condition or suffering. Whenever i go to such places, i tell them about the latest technologies and ways of their upliftment in society.
Bikers help others. When a brother or sister is broken down by the side of the road, they always stop and help them. Even for moral support, if that is all they can give, it is better than riding on by. Remember life is about the journey and the ride. Not just getting there. You already are there.
Bikers don’t just help bikers, they show the world that they are better than the image portrays them. Courtesy costs you nothing and gives you everything. Bikers do what they say they will do, be there when you say you will. This is called integrity.

  • View Image

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

India is a country full of diversity. There is hardly any geographical condition that doesn't exist in india. The mountains full of snow or greenery, or long highways with deserts or plain roads with big trees on both sides. Also there is a negative side..the condition of indian roads which are obviously not the best in world. As a motorcyclist one can enjoy riding in all conditions from Leh to Kanyakumari. But be careful..roads and traffic system are not that much supportive. A wrong turn can be your last turn.

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