India’s biggest two-wheeled pilgrimage a.k.a India Bike Week 2014 has begun from today and we are at venue in Vagator, Goa, covering it live. The schedule for the next two days is intense and covers everything single thing that would make a biker drool in delight. We have detailed the schedule so tune into BikeWale.
Festivities and action is going on in full swing at India Bike Week 2014. The two-wheeler community in India have congregated to showcase their machines and show their allegiance to the various bike brands. The highlight of the day is the unveiling of the Harley Davidson Street 750 which will be unveiled in just a short time. While we wait for its unveiling you can check out some highlights of the custom biker build off which took place in the afternoon.
An interview with Ted Simon a noted British journalist and Octogenarian who has circumnavigated the globe twice (on two wheels) and is here today at India Bike Week 2014 to share his experiences and advice.
He was joined on stage by another noted British journalist Nick Sanders who holds a world record for circumnavigating the earth (32,070 km) in a time span of just 31 days and 20 hours.
Ted Simon's in his speech said that as a traveller you should be prepared to take risks and that doing long journeys on motorcycles changes a person. He has written a book Jupiters travels: Four years around the world on a Triumph and his will premire at the venue tonight at 8 PM.
Harley Davidson has unveiled the all-new Street 750 motorcycle at the ongoing 2014 India Bike Week. The entry-level motorcycle is built in India and is based on the new platform that has been developed specifically for emerging markets in Europe and Asia.
The Street 750 made its global debut at the 2013 EICMA in Italy, where the American manufacturer also unveiled the Street 500 that will be built and exported from India. Both these motorcycles will be built at Harley Davidson’s facility in Bawal, Haryana.