#roadTripUnited in the Biking Capital of India: Bangalore!

The #roadTripUnited crew reached Bangalore well past midnight after spending the Saturday morning meeting the Hyderabadi riders.

Bangalore is often called the biking capital of India, because the culture of motorcycling is the most evolved in this city. And we were there to meet biking clubs of the city.

Early on Sunday morning, riders gathered near Link Road Toll, where the entire group rode together on the lovely NICE road to the G2G venue. An incident free ride later, around 300 bikers gathered at the venue, where hot chai and breakfast was served.

Once we were done with breakfast, we kicked off proceedings with welcoming bikers of Bangalore and introduced the concept of #roadTripUnited and why it is pertinent to unite together as motorcyclists at this time of excessive fragmentation.

After which we called upon the xBhpians of the city who have helped build the community over the years and thanked them for their selfless effort. We then asked the club presidents to come up on stage and presented them with a ‘Note of Thanks’ for playing a major role in uniting motorcyclists in Bangalore.

After the club presidents introduced their respective clubs we also had a photo opportunity with all holding the ‘i the Biker | we the Power’ placards as a symbol of motorcycling unity.

Roshni Misbah, Candida Louis, Aishwarya Pissay and Harish Rossi who were riding with us on the #roadTripUnited also shared their experiences of being on the road with xBhp! A wonderful meet came to an end where we met some of the liveliest and most informed motorcyclists in the country.

After the meet it was a day’s rest before we headed to the coolest (quite literally!) biking place in India, Krishnagiri and then onward to Coimbatore, where we would be meeting for the very first time! Until then…



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