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  • Hello XBHPians!

    Hi folks,

    This is Saleem, a 36 year old from Hyderabad and someone who's trying to reclaim the lost passion for motorcycling. It all started when I was gifted a Hero Puch, when I was still in Intermediate. Later when I was doing my MBA (in 2001), I got the very popular splendour, yes again a gift from my parents. With Splendor, it was good fun in college as we regularly used to go for bike rides to various places around Hyderabad. It was all good with motorcycling, till I got married to my sweetheart in 2007 who then gifted me a Unicorn as she too enjoys riding with me. Unfortunately I did not utilize the bike much due to the new found fascination for cars, for practical reasons of course.

    I was working out of Hyderabad for the last 4 years and that was when I rediscovered the joy of biking, especially since me and some of my colleagues were staying away from our families and so during the weekends we developed a hobby for photography and we rode to some really interesting places to hone and improve our photography skills. That is when I realized what I was missing and how I had fallen into the trap of comfort and convenience of the cars not realizing how my body and soul craved to be free and open on a bike instead. Now that I'm back to Hyderabad, after almost 8 years of married life, I want to reignite my passion for biking and for that I recently got myself a Duke 200. I've always been an outdoor person and I see this as a great opportunity to be a part of this esteemed forum and learn a lot about motorcycling (and probably photography as well ).

    I'm not very technical person, in terms of understanding bikes so I will contribute as much as possible to this forum in other ways possible by sharing my knowledge of traveling to different places as I have travelled well, especially in South India. Also, I hope I'm not too old to take part in rides organized by this community. I look forward to meeting most of you and learn and enjoy as much as possible.

    Cheers,

    Saleem.
    Cheers,

    Saleem

    Life should not be measured by the number of breaths we take but by the number of moments (and places) that take our breath away!

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    Re: Hello XBHPians!

    Intro approved!

    Welcome back to motorcycling Saleem sir jee.
    Got a $5 head? Get a $5 helmet.
    Because everyone who passes, isn't a martyr!

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    • #3
      Re: Hello XBHPians!

      Hey Hi,

      Welcome to Xbhp
      KTM RC390 - Current
      Yamaha R15 v2 - Sold
      Hero Hunk - Sold
      An IT Engineer by profession and a rider by soul.


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      • #4
        Re: Hello XBHPians!

        Originally posted by Divya Sharan View Post
        Intro approved!

        Welcome back to motorcycling Saleem sir jee.
        Thanks Divya Sharan bro. Don't call me sir, I'm just a rookie and don't know much and moreover it makes me feel old.

        Originally posted by itsmevini123 View Post
        Hey Hi,

        Welcome to Xbhp
        Thank you.
        Cheers,

        Saleem

        Life should not be measured by the number of breaths we take but by the number of moments (and places) that take our breath away!

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        • #5
          Re: Hello XBHPians!

          Hi Saleem, welcome to xBhp.
          Wishing you a happy and prolonged stay here.
          A bike on the road is worth two in the shed.

          Weekend Rides Around Kolkata
          My Ride To Sunderbans -
          Hemnagar & Samsernagar
          Saagar Kinare - Bakkhali Calling

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          • #6
            Re: Hello XBHPians!

            Hello Saleem bhai
            Welcome to thhe club..Good to have you here at xbhp.

            Happy that few small things that we do, help us to find our long-lost passion

            Ride safe
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            Honda Dio - Current
            TNT 600i - Sold
            Classic 500 - Sold
            Pulsar 220 dtsi - Sold
            Yamaha YBX125 - Sold

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            • #7
              Re: Hello XBHPians!

              welcome to xbhp, and welcome back to biking.
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              • #8
                Re: Hello XBHPians!

                Originally posted by krishna77 View Post
                Hi Saleem, welcome to xBhp.
                Wishing you a happy and prolonged stay here.
                Thanks Krishna.

                Originally posted by TheArcher84 View Post
                Hello Saleem bhai
                Welcome to thhe club..Good to have you here at xbhp.

                Happy that few small things that we do, help us to find our long-lost passion

                Ride safe
                Absolutely right bro. Thanks.

                Originally posted by princesirohi View Post
                welcome to xbhp, and welcome back to biking.
                Thanks mate.
                Cheers,

                Saleem

                Life should not be measured by the number of breaths we take but by the number of moments (and places) that take our breath away!

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