We are back on day two of India’s largest biking event-India Bike Week 2014 at Vagator in Goa. Day one saw the arrival of the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G) as well as the hosting of the custom Biker Build Off, stunting show as well as interviews with legendary bikers Nick Sanders and Ted Simon.
Today’s highlights include a host of interviews with famous biking personalities from across the globe who have travelled for many kilometres across countries to participate in the Woodstock of biking.
The crowds are pouring in by the dozen and we should soon reach the same level of excitment that we saw over the course of day one.
Rage Motorsports have brought their dirt buggies to India Bike week 2014. Imposing and quite tough, they are believed to be as agile and fast as many of the two-wheeled beauties that are on display today.
A new electric two-wheeler has just been unveiled. Dubbed the Nisarga, it is powered by a 36 Volt electric motor and can hit a top speed of 40kmph. stay tuned for pictures and details.
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Today's contests include the MRF Muscleman challenge which gives participants the chance to see how many MRF tyres they lift and sustain for a period of 30 seconds. Feel like proving your strength, then headover to MRF stall to pariticpate.
The modified bike challenge is currently taking place at the main arena, so head over there if you want a glimpse of what a biker's ingenuity can really produce. We will give you all the details and pictures in just a short while.
The electric bike is on display here.
The BikeWale Team is now in conversation with Martin da Costa, CEO, 70 EMG who are the organisers of India Bike Week.
Now,our team is interviewing Ted Simon who is a noted journalist from Britain. He is sharing his experiences about his journey when he circumnavigated the globe twice on a two-wheeler.
He tells us that motorcycling is just a means of exploring and seeing the world. He surely inspired us to look at riding motorcycles in a whole different way. Be it solo or in a group its the spirit what counts.
Now that's what you call a good fight. Visitors to India Bike Week throng the ringside as they watch two boxers get ready for a bout at the Full Contact Championship.
TVS has a product on display at the Indoor Arena at India Bike Week.
One of the beauties display at the India Bike Week, Vintage Bike Section.
Here's a Monkey Bike and the rider seems to be doing just what the name suggests -Monkeying Around!
It is the last few hours of the India Bike Week 2014 and the evening is already turning wild. One can see bikers ride their machines around the arena, some of them revving their bikes for that extra hint of crazy. The music is perfect and as the day draws to a near, the crowds entering the arena can be seen swaying to the tunes, taking in the last few hours of the what is called the Woodstock of biking.