Being a part of the BFI National Safety Ride was not only a great experience in terms of riding but also a great opportunity to meet and connect with motorcyclists and enthusiasts from all over the country.
All the months of building excitement, curiosity & interest finally culminated into the Bike Festival of India held at Buddh International Circuit on 4th& 5th October 2014.
The Wheeling Happiness Foundation, founded by Deepa Malik & her daughter Devika Malik helps not only physically challenged people but also emotionally challenged individuals. They help in bringing back happiness on their faces & joys in their lives. And the Bike Festival of India proved to be yet another platform for Deepa to bring a smile to their faces.
South Asia's biggest bike festival is about to begin in few moments, at Buddh International Circuit! Team RTID is here, right at the venue reporting latest buzz from the Festival. Stay Tuned!!
Pratish has always harbored a passion for riding. This passion was gradually developed and today Pratish is an avid and passionate rider, has a love for all things motorcycles and is a core member of team Ride Till I Die. He began his journey of riding many roads with the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 in 2010.
The first section of the BFI National Safety Ride has just been completed and what a ride it’s been! Riding through a part of the country, amidst lush green scenery on two of Triumph’s best bikes from their fleet, spreading the message of safe riding; what better life for a biker? What better way to promote safe riding?
The Bike Festival of India, a unique event property by Event Capital and Rhiti Sports, is a two day extravaganza bringing together biking, adventure, sports and music at the acclaimed Buddh Circuit in Noida.
If you eat, drink and sleep bikes then you’ll know that the 4th and 5th of October are dates you must mark in your calendar. Life will never be the same for bike and adventure fans after this weekend filled with bikes, racing, thrills, music, adventure and festivities at the Buddh Circuit in Noida.
The Bike Festival of India, a joint initiative by Rhiti Sports & Event Capital marked the beginning of the festival with the National Safety Ride in Delhi on 31st August. The ride was flagged off by Indian cricketer Ishant Sharma.
Triumph Motorcycles West Coast & on ground tour managing team, Ride Till I Die welcomed the Star Riders Rohan Monga & Dr. Rahul Sharma with open arms yesterday.