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Sujay Ray (34 yrs. old)


Licence No.: BOTY11-7389
Name : Sujay Ray
Location : Snowy Mountains
Date of Birth : 08/31/1983

2011, ridden 105000 kms
About Me
Once I completed my education and got into a job, I bought a brand new Bajaj Discover 125 Dtsi with my first salary. Slowly I transformed into a sedate and responsible biker. With my friends I co-founded a biking club “MOB – Masters On Bikes”. Since the year 2006 I have done many trips to different parts of India whether its tough terrains of Ladakh or the famed Mumbai-Pune expressway I have covered almost all possible terrains in India. Biking is like meditation to me and when I ride I feel closer to the God; it’s my way of expressing freedom. I love my Elena "Bajaj Discover 125" like anything
Do I think I have contributed to the motorcycling community, however a
small way it may be?
Over the years I have shared many bike maintenance tips with my friends and colleagues. Also I have educated them regarding road safety. On top of that I always encourage everybody to wear helmets, especially females :)
How can I contribute more in the future to the motorcycling community?
Motorcycling should be encouraged as a part of lifestyle in India and not just a means of transport from point A to B. Also its the responsibility of we bikers that we project an image of responsible riders rather than hooligans which is the case more often than not. In future I would love to see bikers being treated at par with car owners, especially in 5 star hotel parking.
My Touring Experience
Total Kms. Clocked
1,45,000 KMs
Best Ride
Its hard to explain that in 300 words, would request if you could go through my blog post, that will be great :)
One dream ride that I want to do
Leh-Tso Moriri
Places I have ridden
Leh and Kashmir Valley Round Trip, Solo Golden Quadrilateral Trip, Solo Delhi-Allahabad-Delhi, Delhi-Lahaul Spiti Valley-Delhi, Delhi-Rohtang La- Delhi, Delhi-Bharatpur-Agra-Delhi, Delhi-Rishikesh-Delhi,
Best touring Bike according to me
Your personal bike, but given an option I would prefer Pulser 220
Tips to budding tourers
1. Always follow traffic rules 2. Do not drive in the nights, especially if you are driving through mountains. 3. Check out google maps and study the route well. 4. When you are travelling in a group, stay with the others. Don't speed or be left behind. 5. Respect the culture of the place you are travelling to. 6. Never ever, ever, drink or drive.
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