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How to buy a used Royal Enfield in India

The good news is that it’s easy, almost too easy.

This is a photo of my bike, the day I bought it in Arambol, Goa in January 2017. 715 more words

Adventure

Across India on a Motorcycle - The Beginning

I was fortunate enough to have successfully completed a cross-country road-trip across the Indian sub-continent on a Royal Enfield from my home town of Kochi, in the southernmost State of Kerala to the mountains of Ladakh in the North and everything in between, spanning over two months and some 12,000 odd kilometers. 1,941 more words

India

Tales of Spiti - Part I: A Fairy Tale called Chitkul

Literally meaning ‘Middle Land’, Spiti lies on the border between India and Tibet on the Trans-Himalayan Range in Himachal Pradesh. And with just two entry points to this region; one via Shimla at the bottom and the other through Manali at the top, Spiti remains cut off from the rest of India for the major part of the year due to heavy snowfall along both these routes, it’s no wonder that it is one of the least populated regions in the country with much of it being either inhospitable or unexplored. 1,447 more words

India

All Cut Up

Riding the slick-sheen, narrow switchbacks through Dharamsala and beyond, climbing steeply into a thick mist and tickling drizzle, an ethereal impression hugged in close and cocooned Sai, Claire and I in our own spiritual ascensions into the sky. 1,631 more words

Motorbike

My Two-Wheeler Saga.

||4 wheels move the body, Two wheels Move the soul||

On the occasion of my 2nd anniversary of my Motor-cycle, I am writing a couple of lines because i cannot stay without my bike, and hopefully my bike cannot without me!

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His Posts!

A Sunday, A Yezdi and An Adventure (To all those Yezdi lovers)

‘Let the boys have their toys, a man needs a man’s bike’ was the advertisement from Enfield when the advent of 100 CC bikes almost killed the company which made Royal Enfield Bullet Bikes. 1,313 more words

Nostalgia

Breaking Stereotypes

Ladkiyan bullet nhi chalaya karti, peeche baithti hai

Girls should not ride bullets, they should sit in the back seat only.

You will often hear things like this and more discouraging stuffs spoken to and about you when you are born a girl in India.

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