Ankita Arora has been a part of the xBhp Core Team for over 3 years now. A shining example of how you can make your dreams come true, her love for motorcycling and her journey from her first motorcycle to owning the Ducati Monster 821 is truly inspiring. Being pop culture buffs, this is what led to us christening her as the Monster Girl. She has been riding for around 8 years now and we can’t be prouder of her achievements that have made their way in this story published by Topo, as it traces her journey from a Ducati poster that she turned into reality.
Ankita has been a part of The Bikerni ever since she took up riding and they have been an inspiration for women all around the country, a beacon of hope for women who want to pursue their dreams as they try to break away from the shackles of tradition and not let anything dictate how they live their lives.
In their pursuit, The Bikerni is one of the biggest communities of women motorcyclists with different chapters in different cities. Their journeys and
their stories have been well documented not only in India but around the world. Being featured in the editorial works of a French journalist outlet is just another example, and seen here are some bits from the piece. Topo is an outlet that is geared to cater to teenagers more but its readership comprises people from many age groups. They were inspired by the story of The Bikerni and believed that it would serve as a means of empowerment for young readers, especially girls. With the coverage, our dear friends from France also got a glimpse of India and its culture, something not widely covered in the French Media.
We are proud to have been associated with The Bikerni, and have a key member of their group as a part of the core team, as their stories continue to inspire more and more people around the world.
Credit: Wouzit/Topo | Alexia Eychenne
This article was published in the Jun-Jul’22 Issue of the xBhp Print Magazine.