Choosing a bike is extremely difficult. Tons and tons of research goes into it, along with a good amount of money. When you have 200 or so bikes in the market, it’s hard to know if you’ve made the rig
Do you feel like your ride quality has decreased over time? It happened to me with my Pulsar 220F, and it was immensely frustrating.
I have suffered minor accidents like many riders out there, and fortunately there have been no serious injuries. As much as I hate to admit it, motorbike riding can be dangerous.
Solo road trips are my true passion. Why? Because it’s just my bike and me, what could be better? I own a very special Royal Enfield Himalayan which I use specifically for long road trips.
Bikes have pretty much remained the same since they were invented. Apart from improvements in engines and oils and stuff, the basic concept is the same. So I did some research on bikes and concepts.
Being a biking veteran, I have completed many road trips across the country. For me, riding is all about that rush of blood when it’s just my Royal Enfield Himalayan and me.