Royal Enfield One Ride 2017 will turn out to be the seventh edition of Royal Enfield’s global marquee ride. The ride is being held in 14 countries and across 23 cities. This ride claimed to be one of the largest motorcycle community rides in the world happens on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017. The camaraderie of thousands of Royal Enfield customers and enthusiasts will come out alive on the roads as they gear up to participate in One Ride along with their friends. Continue reading One Ride 2017 – Royal Enfield’s Event details
Day 2 of riding to BOBMC RiderMania, we started out from near the outskirts of Hyderabad. Which also meant having to cross Hyderabad in traffic. It was a beautiful sunrise this morning, and everyone needed to make good time to reach Nagpur. Over 600 kilometres to cover. Continue reading BOBMC RiderMania 2016 – Reaching Nagpur
Most of our one day or weekend rides require little regarding luggage space. But, for an upcoming trip, it became evident that I would need a Himalayan saddle bag stay to figure out a way to load saddle bags onto the bike without fouling with the either the silencer or the rear wheel. I could either buy an existing one or build one from scratch.
This post is part 1 of 2 where I cover:
- size comparison
Once I am back from the tour, I will publish part 2 of 2 with real world usage data based on how the saddlebag stays for the Himalayan performed.
The clouds, the rain and the slush. What a beautiful weather. Maybe to sit at home and eat pakodas with chai, not to head out to Kolavara Heritage Homestay. Who am I kidding, it was a fun ride to a wet Kolavara Heritage, nestled at the base of the Western Ghats in a rainy Thirthahalli Taluk in Shimoga District. What follows are some of the pictures from the trip. Continue reading Kolavara Heritage – RTMC Photoblog