Md Zafiruddin Ahmed
i, THe biker
23 Year Old
No. of Years of riding motorcycles : 6,
Kilometers done (appox) : 10000+
For you, what does it mean to be a motorcyclist?
Being a motorcyclist I feel to be the master of dreams and the machine as well that leads me to the way of pure sense of happiness, pleasure, freedom and inner peace .Riding on my two wheeler purely signifies me need to be the
How has motorcycling changed you and your life?
Motorcycling is the only thing that gives me a pure reason to smile with the breeze on my face and happiness in my heart. Wherever I go I keep the motto to be safe and safer for others. It has changed my life in many ways. I have learned to live my life for others and do good things for them, meet new peoples understand there behavior and learn ways to live my life better.
Life tested you severely and motorcycling helped you to fight back – tell us that story of courage and inspiration.
At times when I had to leave biking with no bike of my own, was seriously missing the pure breeze of the soothing weather riding on two wheels of hope. Then I pulled up my shocks saying that if I don’t have it I’m going to earn one for me. Then with years of hard work saved a little amount of my daily wages and on the 1st of July I proudly owned one and having a successful life after then.
Tell us briefly about your 2 most memorable life events involving motorcycles?
One of the best memorable life event for my life was the time when I finally got the keys of my Pulsar200ns to be the first bike that I owned by myself and was the master of it and it responded me the same I may not take bath for days but a simple dust on my bike is never an option to me
Secondly the day when I donated a number of 100 socks for the old age house with my first payment on the Christmas eve. The smile on the faces of the old age grandpa’s and grannies was worth millions.
As a motorcyclist, how have you contributed to the society/brotherhood and plan to do so in the years to come?
Being a social motorcyclist I have contributed my best with the physical presence and financial support as well. There were many events like Aids Rally, Christmas Donation Ride, Road shows for 108 emergency services, Children’s Day celebration for orphans and many more to come in the coming years. Doing any good deeds for the society never fills my heart; I do it every needed time for the sake of mankind and brotherhood and for the every single human on earth.
What are the best and the worst things about motorcycling in India?
The Best things about motorcycling in India is the ones who take it on a serious note and do good stuffs for the society and brotherhood where we form communities, get-together, and several activities where we come across new faces, get to know new peoples and work all together for the good causes that will help for the development of the country making it a better place to live on.
The worst things about motorcycling in India is that some parents are giving their children’s to own and operate vehicle at an early age when they are not even eligible for it and leading them to do stupid things on road risking their own life and the pedestrians as well.
Golden Question : How do you feel when you ride?
Biking for me is far apart from day and night dreaming of bike riding, it’s a lifestyle which starts from biking and ends in biking. I ride as I breathe well, eat good, laugh loud, enjoy strong when it comes to biking. I live my life better when I m riding. I do my part to support each and every aspects related to biking and it’s the only thing that brings pure smile on my face. "I ride to Smile”