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    Hello fellas, I am Tahsan Kabyo from Bangladesh. I am a Graphic Designer and Web Developer. Photography is my hobby. Among other hobbies their's reading, listening music, DIY's and Electronics also. Currently riding Hero Hunk 150CC. Being only male child of my family it's hard to ride a bike for me. My parents didn't want me to ride a bike. So I found a middle solution. Cycling!!! Then I bought a MTB and rode about 100 thousand kms in 5 years. But due to my knee injury I had to quit biking and have shifted to motorcycling. And looking back at that 3 years I don't regret that decision. I love motoring! I'm a bit speed freak but also calculated risk taker and I don't ever race in the street. Currently working as an In-house Developer at a E-commerce Platform. And voluntarily I am a moderator for a group called "Hero Biker Club Bangladesh". I ride when I feel down. Sometimes I don't even know the destination! Just ride along the wind or road but google maps bring me back to my place

    On xBhp I've read a lot. And i find it interesting to have a family like this. There had been many problems the solutions to which I found on this forum. Though my bike is extinct from India the post I've read was like 5 or 6 years ago! But it triggered me and I loved how people help each other. And I wanted to be a part of it too.

    Well I guess There's it.
    Last edited by xBhp; 08-31-2020, 01:28 PM.

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    Hello and welcome to the family.

    Seems like your journey to motorcycles has been an exciting and fruitful one. We can understand how riding makes you feel and how it is an important part of life. Glad to have another passionate rider on board. Do let us know more about your group and how your motorcycle is doing.

    We are also thankful for the kind words and again, welcome to the family.

    Keep riding and ride safe.

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      Re: Hello everyone!

      Originally posted by xBhp View Post
      Hello and welcome to the family.

      Seems like your journey to motorcycles has been an exciting and fruitful one. We can understand how riding makes you feel and how it is an important part of life. Glad to have another passionate rider on board. Do let us know more about your group and how your motorcycle is doing.

      We are also thankful for the kind words and again, welcome to the family.

      Keep riding and ride safe.

      Thanks a bunch for the warmth. I will share in time.

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        Originally posted by Kabyo View Post
        Hello fellas, I am Tahsan Kabyo from Bangladesh. I am a Graphic Designer and Web Developer. Photography is my hobby. Among other hobbies their's reading, listening music, DIY's and Electronics also. Currently riding Hero Hunk 150CC. Being only male child of my family it's hard to ride a bike for me. My parents didn't want me to ride a bike. So I found a middle solution. Cycling!!! Then I bought a MTB and rode about 100 thousand kms in 5 years. But due to my knee injury I had to quit biking and have shifted to motorcycling. And looking back at that 3 years I don't regret that decision. I love motoring! I'm a bit speed freak but also calculated risk taker and I don't ever race in the street. Currently working as an In-house Developer at a E-commerce Platform. And voluntarily I am a moderator for a group called "Hero Biker Club Bangladesh". I ride when I feel down. Sometimes I don't even know the destination! Just ride along the wind or road but google maps bring me back to my place

        On xBhp I've read a lot. And i find it interesting to have a family like this. There had been many problems the solutions to which I found on this forum. Though my bike is extinct from India the post I've read was like 5 or 6 years ago! But it triggered me and I loved how people help each other. And I wanted to be a part of it too.

        Well I guess There's it.
        Hi Tahsan, welcome to xBhp!
        Ride hard. Ride safe.
        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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