The Mean Machines
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And if there are those among you who are averse to be being part of a club, Rajiv Pradhan is the go-to guy. He organises bike tours to escape the hustle bustle of the city and explore places that have not be seen before.
Pimp My Ride
And if you want your bike to win approval at a traffic signal,
Motokraft is the place to head to, where they customise bikes. "One of our current projects has been titled "Animus" which is for a lady who has not driven for the last 10 years after an accident. She wanted a baseball bat fitted on the bike because she did not want people following her. The bike now has a different frontal view,"says Samik Chatterjee, co-founder. One can also visit the Facebook page of the Old Delhi Motorcycle, get in touch with Bobbee Singh, who revamps Bullets and gives them a retro look.
But no biker worth his/her salt can do without accessories. Jackets made of multiple layers, which are dust and water-proof and breathable, are available at the Meandering India store located in Vasant Kunj. "We have jackets with air vents for extremely hot climates. Since hands are mostly the first place to hit the ground when one falls, we have gloves with protectors," says Pradhan, the owner. Other stores that one can look out for are Adventure 18 in Satya Niketan and the High Note Performance store located on M G Road in Gurgaon, which also offer leg guards and biker friendly bags.
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