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Aman Gulati (26 yrs. old)
 

         
Licence No.: BOTY11-7316
Name : Aman Gulati
Location : Urban Warrior
Date of Birth : 07/06/1991

   
Bajaj-Pulsar-220-F
Current, ridden 5046 kms
Caliber 115
Current, ridden 32167 kms
   
 
About Me
My connection with bikes dates well back to 2003, a hunky dory teen stepping into the qualms of adolescence, I remember going through webpages looking at bikes of all sorts, I remember those secret rides on my friends Kinetic GF 170, I was still not allowed to ride a mobike, going through fields, villages, towns cities, nothing was any cooler those days. Moving on, here I was 15 and receiving the keys of my, MY FIRST BIKE: Kawasaki Bajaj Calliber 115. I have fond reminiscences of my first bike or babe as I used to call her. I got older and my area of interest grew, it was no longer just about riding it, but I loved tinkering with it, adjusting stuff, bolting some screws tight, adding oil here and there, and yeah polishing it daily. I loved it more than anything. 3 years on, I outgrew the calliber 115, both physically and mentally. What better way to replace the worthy old companion of mine with the newest bad boy of the market, THE PULSAR 220 FI. My love story with the pulsar220 goes back to the Auto Expo when it was first showcased, it was love on first sight, and I had my eyes set on the target there and then. I cried when I first rode it, it wasn’t just a bike but part of the family. Here I am today, evolved as a person as a human and most importantly as a biker. It started off with want for speed, raw speed, the more is never enough attitude but over the years I’ve realised it’s not just about the flowing adrenaline, the testosterone and all other manly chemicals through our veins, BIKING and being a biker is something more, something that knows no bounds of ecstasy, something that pleases and excites, something that can’t really be explained in words. As far as what biker I am, well we are all alike…. all that matters to us is me.mybike.theopenroad...!!!
 
Do I think I have contributed to the motorcycling community, however a
small way it may be?
My contributions to the moorcycling community, to say the least, have been trivial and small. I've advised the people around me to wear proper gear while riding their bike, be it the clerk working at dad's office or the doodhwala in the morning, I've talked to them all. I've given presentations on road safety and biking as a hobby at school as well as college level, bringing in the interest of many future motorcyclists.
 
How can I contribute more in the future to the motorcycling community?
I'd love to be involved at a grander stage in future. Being in a small town doesn't help. What I'd love is to meet other enthusiasts like me, visit colleges, talk about important stuff mainly safety. Also I'd love to help in a full fledged MotoRacing school in future. It'd be nice to see future Rossi's & Lorenzo's from our native land.
 
My Touring Experience
Total Kms. Clocked
35000 odd kms
Best Ride
My very first time on a bike, going through the villages, exploring the rural areas around Muzaffarnagar. Been To Villages.
One dream ride that I want to do
Getting Leh'd. Conquering the Himalayas
Best touring Bike according to me
I'd say my own Pulsa 220 FI
Tips to budding tourers
Be Smart, drive safe...and most importantly feel the passion/
 
 
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