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Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

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    Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

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      Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

      And AS 200 is ignored again. Why dont they just discontinue the bike?

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        Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

        Originally posted by HyperRetard View Post
        And AS 200 is ignored again. Why dont they just discontinue the bike?
        Tell me, do you really need such groups to enjoy motorcycles?
        How does it matter if your companion rides a CD100 or a Ninja?
        Got a $5 head? Get a $5 helmet.
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          Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

          Originally posted by Divya Sharan View Post
          Tell me, do you really need such groups to enjoy motorcycles?
          How does it matter if your companion rides a CD100 or a Ninja?

          Touche .

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            Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

            Originally posted by Divya Sharan View Post
            Tell me, do you really need such groups to enjoy motorcycles?
            How does it matter if your companion rides a CD100 or a Ninja?
            I can keep up with the CD100, but not the Ninja

            Jokes apart

            Do many people actually fear for safety when it comes to such communities? AFAIK, many don't have the time or not willing to come for meets/rides... not sure about safety.. This is actually misleading.. Correct me if I am wrong..
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              Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

              Originally posted by rreneav1987 View Post

              Do many people actually fear for safety when it comes to such communities? AFAIK, many don't have the time or not willing to come for meets/rides... not sure about safety.. This is actually misleading.. Correct me if I am wrong..
              Actually I second that.

              I was a part of one such RS200 breakfast ride organized by Sai Service Center in Mumbai. In that ride, more than 50% of junta was without any kind of gears and was wearing only helmets. Many of them did not even know that such things exist / that my jacket is different from a normal cloth jacket they wear / that how bad their helmet is if it costs less than what my visor alone would cost. But this ride was a good experience for them to learn about 1) Importance of safety gears, 2) Importance of safe riding and 3) Introduction to the world of touring.

              Even if half of this population starts wearing good gears and ride safely, I think the aforementioned ride did its job perfectly.
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                Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

                Originally posted by rachitsharma2000 View Post
                Actually I second that.

                I was a part of one such RS200 breakfast ride organized by Sai Service Center in Mumbai. In that ride, more than 50% of junta was without any kind of gears and was wearing only helmets. Many of them did not even know that such things exist / that my jacket is different from a normal cloth jacket they wear / that how bad their helmet is if it costs less than what my visor alone would cost. But this ride was a good experience for them to learn about 1) Importance of safety gears, 2) Importance of safe riding and 3) Introduction to the world of touring.

                Even if half of this population starts wearing good gears and ride safely, I think the aforementioned ride did its job perfectly.

                I feel they are actually talking about "How the people are scared for their safety" Like what if they are robbed or something..
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                  Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

                  Originally posted by rachitsharma2000 View Post
                  Actually I second that..
                  Same happens in some of the ktm orange rides. Although they keep helmet mandatory but quality of helmet is not there and other gears are not mandatory.

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                    Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

                    this is a good initiative,

                    pretty sad that NS and AS are again the forgotten childrens, separated from family in kumbh mela.


                    didnt find any registration link on bajaj website.
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                      Re: Bajaj launches rider communities for Pulsar and Avenger owners

                      If riders(not all) can learn some safe riding skills apart from the importance of safety gears, then its worth it. As a start, safety gears and ISI certified full Helmets can be made mandatory for registration.
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