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Thread: Time & Trail 2 & 4 Wheelers @ Big Wheels Motoring Cafe..

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    Post Time & Trail 2 & 4 Wheelers @ Big Wheels Motoring Cafe..

    Hey Mate's..


    NOTE: TIME & TRAIL has been postponded, will update on the date & time.


    Here I have somethyn for all the Riders.. Get yourself geared up and be prepared for the event @ Big Wheels Motoring Cafe on the 19th June (Tentative date) introduced by Mr. Ashutosh Mahadik (Owner Big Wheels Motoring Cafe). Who always been introducing some events to keep the rider's motivation power..

    Big wheels had already done with Time & Trail on 30th January 2009 named as “Slopes of Hell". Where many other bikers from different group came together and made the event an amazing Biking day at the edge. Bikers from different clubs, namely the Road Shakers, Renegade Devilz, Indicompus, Fire Lords etc participated in the inaugural motoring event organized by Big Wheels in association with the Management Institute for Leadership and Excellence. All bikes and CC participated. Bike like Royal Enfields (Classic 500 and Machismo 500), Bajaj Pulsars in the 150-220 cc range, the TVS RTR 160-180’s, Hero Honda Karizmas, Yamaha Escorts made it to the event.. (Below show the details of "Slope of Hell" event with Images)

    Here, Mr. Ashutosh Mahadik is making it again for all of Rider's to come and make the Time & Trail 2 & 4 Wheels this time.. His is very well experienced and also is a well know part of Xbhp. since we had at meet @ Big Wheels..

    Those who are interested in the next motoring event @ Big wheels, kindly contact Mr. Ashutosh Mahadik and Myself on xbhp & FB, contact numbers mentioned below ASAP. Soon a small meeting would be conducted to share the idea and explain the detail of the event.


    Venue : Big Wheels Motoring Cafe, Kanhe Phata, Kamshet, Old Mumbai- Pune Express Highway

    Mr. Ashutosh Mahadik : 09850012000
    Mr. Anish Chauhan (Myself) : 09920815716
    (FB: Anish.chauhan / anish_womar@yahoo.in)

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    Riding up the 'Slopes of Hell'




    Big Wheels Motoring in association with Management Institute for Leadership and Excellence (MILE) flags off the first Time and Trial biking event near Pune.



    Bikers from different clubs gather at the Big Wheels Cafe for the Time and Trial bike ride

    Considered by many as the biking Mecca of the country, Pune over the years has become a hotbed for numerous biking clubs and communities, coming together for a single purpose, to celebrate and uplift the spirit of biking. On one hand we have a growing number of automobile-theme restaurants and motoring cafes in the city and on the other, a growing awareness about the biking fraternity in and around cities like Pune and Mumbai, whose activities have so far remained underground.


    In an attempt to break this so called "cult" status ascertained by the biking clubs of the region, the co-owner of a recently established motorcycle-theme based restaurant, Ashutosh Mahadik and his Big Wheels Motoring co-owner Kamal Jagwani recently organized a special biking rally of sorts at the “Slopes of Hell”, located near Kamshet along the old Mumbai-Pune Expressway.





    Bikers from different clubs, namely the Road Shakers, Renegade Devilz, Indicompus, Fire Lords etc participated in the inaugural motoring event organized by Big Wheels in association with the Management Institute for Leadership and Excellence.


    The participants assembled on Sunday morning 30th January, at the Big Wheels Motoring Cafe (its on the old pune-mumbai highway, before Tony da Dhaba) and by late morning, the caf had turned into a bikers hub, with a range of modified and custom fitted bikes and motorcyles all parked in line gearing up for the event at a hill about 3kms away from the restaurant.




    MILE Volunteers were always on the move, ensuring the safety of all participants


    Coming with as many as 25 volunteers, MILE took up the cudgels for the co-ordination of the event, and provided able support to the bikers participating in the hill climb challenge. After a quick recky of the steep hill that rose is a serpentine manner to the top, the bikers prepared themselves for the final time trial. A total of 3 kms to the top of the hill, the path laid before the bikers was anything but well paved, and after an initial 100mts of cobble stones, the path broke into dust, loose gravel, jarred rocks and all that along an ascending road that just keeps getting steeper steeper and steeper.









    The bikes were chosen at random, and every biker was given a fair chance to race up the hill on his custom fitted motorcycles and moped’s (yes! There was one of those too) as fast as they could and return fast enough to set the fastest time.


    The Royal Enfields (Classic 500 and Machismo 500), which came in a plenty for this particular event were the ones charging up and down the hill in full throttle and almost eased their heavy yet sturdy frames over the broken down path, clocking some of the best times at the event.




    Royal Enfields steal the show with a marvellous display of riding skill and control


    Next in line were the Bajaj Pulsars in the 150-220 cc range and the TVS RTR 160-180’s which despite their lean and sporty builds were struggling to charge past the initial ascent due to large rocks and loose gravel imbalancing the bikes on several occasions.


    There were also Hero Honda Karizmas, which fared decently on the demanding up hill road and returned to finish line with decent numbers. A two-stroke Yamaha Escorts and a TVS Scooty Pep were amongst those present and after being cut down to their bare minimum their lightweight skeletons climbed the hill with little pain and again managed to complete the up and down hill course in a satisfactory manner.






    MILE participants help bikers get back on their feet for a second attempt


    A number of Royal Enfields, Pulsars and motorcycles of other makes had upsetting falls and minor collsions in their effort to reach the top of the steep climb. However, with the able support of the MILE volunteers vigilant from the base to the top of the hill, the riders were supported in every way possible to get back on their saddles and continue their upward charge.



    Last edited by anish chauhan; 06-19-2011 at 12:29 PM.
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    "Their is no End to my rolling wheelz"

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    Thanks Noor for approving.. Hope to see you too..
    Roll Safe..

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