Riding since I can remember. Started with Dad’s Hero Honda then CBR 1000 and then Pulsar 180. Riding is life and I love it. Vmax has been one of my craziest bike V4 baby. Now I have recently upgraded to HD Fat boy 2015 (loving it). My goal is to ride it cross country. Dream bike Kawasaki H2.
Harley - NightRod - 2014
First bike Suzuki Shogun in 1993, 108cc, 2-stroke, 14 bhp. During those years, I had flair for motorcycle racing, and via that amazing group had been fortunate to have hands-on Yamaha 350cc, Yahama 100c, Bullet 500/350cc. Though I started riding earlier than owning my first motorcycle, Lambretta & Bajaj Super were amazing machines I enjoyed most of my childhood .. Presently own Harley NightRod-2014, my passion for motorcycles can be summed up by quote "Fours wheels move the body, 2 wheels move the soul.."
Yamaha - Supertenere - 2014
Started riding around 16 – Luna, TVS Champ, Hero Puch, Suzuki Samurai and RX-100 in India followed by a Kawasaki Versys 650, Yamaha FJ-09 and now a Yamaha Supertenere! I love to ride and am a regular on the weekend rides! Prefer twisty roads and the mountains and hate droning on the highways! I follow all traffic rules and laws and don’t go over the speed limit – I usually ride at the rear of the pack!
Yamaha- Raider S - 2008
Rebel without a cause! I've always been fascinated with 2 wheelers. Rode a Yamaha Libero in my late teens/ early 20s in India. Got back into riding after 10 years but the spirit never died. I've gradually moved on: Yamaha R6, Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom, Triumph Speed Triple, Yamaha Raider S and Yamaha R1. Just love to ride; it's my stress buster, my outlet!
Harley - Ultra - 2017
Started with a TVS 30 cc and later upgraded to a 50cc Luna back in India. Moved to 100cc Kawasaki, 135cc Yamaha and then to a 150cc Honda until 2010. That was my last motorcycle in India before I moved to the US. Once here, started with a Hyabusa, then HD V-Rod and finally settled in on a HD Ultra. Love short and long rides, curvy or straight, solo or group, with or without a passenger. As long as I am riding, the who, what, how, whens do not matter
Harley - Fat Boy - 2008
First bike owned: Harley Sportster 1200
Purchasing a Harley was always a bucket list item for me and I managed to finally buy one in 2012; At the time I bought it, I did not even know how to ride a motorcycle, I had never ridden one in my life. I had to bring it to my home in a trailer! I then got the license endorsement and then started commuting with it. Love the Harley experience, rallies, motorcycle camping. Would love to go on an adventure tour someday on a motorcycle!
HD - XXXX - 20xx
Ducati - Monster 1100 - 2013
First Bike Owned - Kawasaki 100cc
Longest ride - 24 hours non-stop ride from Bangalore to Kovalam
Motorcycle experience - Been riding since 1991 and dabbled in some Motocross as well in Bangalore
Love riding curvy mountain roads
BMW - K1200 - 20XX
Ducati - Multistrada - 2012
I do not deliver pizza ;-) enjoy my rides, unfortunately with 3 kids, it's getting harder and harder for me to find time to ride , hope to join you all very soon
Suzuki - Blvd C50T - 2012
Riding is life, riding with friends is fun! I love fun in life. Country roads, take me home,To the place, I belong (Lyrics by John Denver). Thats what I love about riding. Sorry, no highways please...
Harley - StreetBob - 2007
Casual riding with some awesome group of friends
Yamaha - Raider - 2008
Realized the Passion for Motorbikes in my early teens. The real deal began when I became the proud owner of Hero Puch followed by Yamaha RXZ 135, then everlasting relationship with my priceless possession, “Bullet Machismo” (Still own). My love and enthusiasm never died, I guess that is when I realized that I am a Born Rider. In US I resumed my biking journey with Harley Davidson V-Rod- loved the bike, but sold it to get a more powerful, less noisy Yamaha Raider 1900. In the end would say Live, Love and Ride…life is too short to whine and complain
Suzuki - Boulvd C50 - 20xx
Honda - Shadow 750 - 20xx
Yamaha - YZ600R - 2007
Kawasaki - VulcanS - 2017
Honda - VTX1300S - 2004
First motorcycle was a Honda CD 100 when I was 15 years old. Rode that from Baroda to Mumbai when I was 16. During the same year made trips to Mt Abu from Baroda. At 17 made a trip from Baroda to Nepal. Total around 4000 kms. Later bought a yamaha Rx 100 and rode that for 2 years. After that bought the Enfield Bullet 500. Was a great bike but no speed. So bought the Yamaha 350. For local rides used the Yamaha while for long rides used Bullet
Kawasaki - Ninja ZX6R - 2007
Harley - Road Glide - 2012
Flying high in spirit is what a feeling out there with someone like my bike and couple of good n crazy friends…!! Though I like, love and ride Harley passionately but I don’t have any prejudice about other motorcycles. To me it’s a way to enjoy being free and flying through the breeze. To me riding alone is a necessity or commute whereas with friends it’s just fun. Have done quite a few interesting long rides & will continue to do so. My dream ride is to go for Trans Himalayans motorcycle expedition .. the highest motorable route in the world (alas someday..!!) and explore the high altitude beauty of the Himalayas, in far north of India. When we go for weekend rides my passion of cooking and singing swings into action..!!
HD - Sportster 1200 - 20xx
Kawasaki - Ninja 300 - 2014
I probably have the distinct honor of owning the lowest cc motorcycle in the group 😀. However I love it's lightweight handling and flickability. I enjoy riding on curvy roads. I try and ride throughout the year, though it's not that easy to always find time since I have 5 year old twin boys.
Honda - VTX1300 - 2006
My passion for riding motorcycles started at a very young age. My first bike was a brand new Royal Enfield 350cc (Bullet) right out of high-school. I used that for about 18 months before handing it up to my older brother so that I could buy a new Bullet :). My first long solo ride was from Gujarat to Pune, Maharashtra on my 2nd Bullet right before coming to the US in 1983. My first purchase in a couple of weeks was a Honda Shadow 750cc followed by a Harley-Davidson 883. After I experienced my share of body massages, I bought a 2006 Honda VTX1300R. I recently sold that to make space for a new acquisition, which has still not happened.
Sai Das Chaudhary
Suzuki - Blvd M109R - 2007
Learned to ride motors at age 10 by sneaking out my dad’s Bajaj Priya scooter. Learned to ride motorcycles at age 16 on my friend’s Yamaha RX 100. Quickly realized that a guy plus 2 wheels equate to nirvana! First bike owned was a 150 cc Hero Honda CBZ. Some of my fondest memories of college are the times spent on my bike. Rode till 2005 till an accident involving my wife put a firm end to my riding days. After a 15 year gap, wife finally agreed to let me ride again and I got my bike. Already in love again even as I slowly learn how to master this beautiful 1800cc all-muscle cruiser! Can’t wait to make a whole new set of awesome memories!
Triumph - Commander - 2014
Harley - FatBoy - 2006
BMW - R1200R - 20xx
Yamaha - Raider - 2011
Fascinated by 2 wheelers since I was 7... started my journey on Luna and Rajdoot bikes where my uncle allowed me to control the handle bar and accelerator while he dealt with gears...finally had a scooter to call my own then moved on to various bikes like Pulsar and Karizma till an accident put a stop to all of it in 2002. Had written off the biking chapter for safer rides (cars) till I rode again 3 weeks back as a test ride. Reformed addict got a high and bought the Yamaha Raider 2011 within a week. Now re mastering the forgotten art!
Ducati - Panigale - 20xx
Harley - FatBoy Lo - 2012
Started riding since I was 14. First ever 2 wheeler rode was Luna. First ever motorcycle owned was 100cc Honda back in India. Explored variety of motorcycles during my teenage/early twenties such as Yamaha Rx 135, Bajaj Pulsar, Honda CBZ, Royal Enfield, etc. While in US started exploring Harley Soft Tail models and gradually settled on Fat Boy Lo (current ride). As of late, fascinated by ADVs (KTMs and BMW models) although my love for Harleys can never be replaced. I love the adrenaline and thrill that comes with riding however it’s not so much about the speed but about the overall experience, open roads and freedom to explore. Prefer back/country roads.