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India’s first all-women motorcycle group: The Bikerni

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The Bikerni | Women who put stereotype to bed

If at any point you thought the sweat-soaked, sloppy field of motorcycles was a male bastion, you couldn’t be all the more off-base. The Bikerni Gang is India’s first all-female motorcycle group.

A little however consistently developing gathering of female bikers are at present rioting and by-paths of India, leaving spectators gawping.

the bikerni The Bikerni, established in 2011, is an all-ladies gathering of energetic bikers – the “First All-Female Motorcycle Association of India” as their Facebook page depicts them. In 2013, the gathering composed the biggest all-ladies cruiser undertaking from Delhi to Khardung-La in Ladakh. The course incorporates the most astounding motorable street on the planet. This won them a specify in the Limca Book of Records in 2013.

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Bikerni, the first all-female Motorcycle Association of India was shaped in January 2011 by Pune’s Urvashi Patole and Firdaus Shaikh. While at first they were 11, now they have developed to end up a 350 or more gathering. Individuals incorporate understudies, experts and homemakers from urban areas, for example, Rajkot, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hubli, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Guwahati.

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Notwithstanding all these must-have qualities thathave been counted by Bidaye, every single new part need to take three test rides – on sandy, cobbled and city streets – alongside different Bikernis. Simply subsequent to qualifying these tests do they get the chance to end up a piece of this selective all-female bikers club.

the bikerniThe Bikernis concede that however riding a bicycle isn’t risky it is positively testing. Patole is a specialist on the Ghat streets while Bidaye is in charge on deceptive rocky extends. Manashri Bordoloi, the main Bikerni from Guwahati, embraced a ride with her biker spouse and 11-years of age girl to Bhutan achieving its capital Thimphu by means of Phuensholing, Paro, Chelela, Haa, covering a separation of 950 kilometers. The arrival travel was 600 kilometers yet she adored each minute spent on her Royal Enfield bicycle.

This Woman’s day Motorcyclediaries wishes all the Bikernis a very happy women’s day and wish them luck for all their future endeavours.

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