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Ayson Pynadath (27 yrs. old)
 
Licence No.: BOTY11-8147
Name : Ayson Pynadath
Location : On the Highway
Date of Birth : 05/15/1990
 
About Me
I did not become a biker for the love of bikes, or the road, but due to necessity to travel by an economical means. Slowly but surely, this turned into a passion. A passion for the machine, a passion for the road, a passion to ride with grace, a passion to ride with road etiquette, and finally to teach the world, by example, that bikes and bikers are not a menace on the road. Now I hope to show other bikers that being one is a privilege, but this comes with the responsibility of safety.
 
Do I think I have contributed to the motorcycling community, however a
small way it may be?
Small contributions i surely have made. I always insist that anybody that who uses a two wheeler use adequate safety gear. I usually make so much fun of the ones who don't that they end up starting to use at least a helmet. I have surely made 4 non helmet users start using. I use a helmet when pillion, which is a joke to most, but surely will make them think why is it that the rider uses a helmet but not the pillion. I also try to share the technical knowledge of bikes that i have gained over the time that i’ve used one. I help by simply giving information, or actually performing the work when i can.
 
How can I contribute more in the future to the motorcycling community?
I will strive to make biking safer for both the bikers and other road users. Encouraging more people to use safety gear, and more importantly discouraging bikers from riding rashly, which is the only way most bikers know how to ride. Most importantly i will strive to make myself safer by doing my bit, wearing my gear, obeying the rules that count, showing care for other road users and also the environment.
 
My Touring Experience
Total Kms. Clocked
About 1300 km
Best Ride
My best ride was ironically when i had my only crash. SA to ERS 340km NH-47. (Rail Stn. Codes used to keep short) I am not an experienced tourer. In fact, I am not even an experienced biker. To date, I have ridden bikes for about 6000 km. Did my first 240 km run at about my 350th km of biking, did that twice. The trip from SA was at my 4000th km. But what to say, riding long and fast on dark, desolate roads, is just so frickin awesome. So, I prepared the night before. Packed, got chocolate bars, water, a torch, documents etc, checked out the bike, went through the map, acquired local knowledge of the road, ate well and slept well. I woke around 0230 and readied my self. My gear list: helmet, hankies - head and face, a track jacket and a regular jacket over that, leather gloves, jeans, casual shoes. Yes, I was not using all the riding gear, which let me tell you is not a good thing to do. Started around 0330, joined the NH-47 at a really curvy flyover. The lonely night rider was rolling and there on that road for the first time in my life, i saw a speed limit of 100kmph. It was bliss, blasting down the road, slowing only for toll booths. The roads and ride till CBE was excellent, except for the extreme wind chill that I never expected. Stopped every hour, resting my bike and self, re hydrating, eating, thawing fingers at the engine, and exercising my bum. Bad roads from CBE till PGT took a toll on planned time. But better roads returned. An unexpected and unavoidably crash occurred just after TCR. I negotiated for 3 hours with the cops and the other party who suffered zero damage. Riding home, without skin on my right knee, on my battered stallion, with tattered clothes and a cracked helmet visor, I thought to myself: What doesn't kill me, makes me stronger. I learnt something, and now will be a safer biker, looking forward to more tours. I am ever grateful to my P-180 for bearing the brunt and sparing me.
One dream ride that I want to do
Kanyakumari to Leh with friends
Places I have ridden
Trivandrum, Ernakulam, Salem, Ponmudi, Trichur, Ezhatumugam
Best touring Bike according to me
Possibly the Ninja 650R cost, power, speed, looks, range
Tips to budding tourers
Plan, prepare, pack, start early, rest often - man and machine, keep hydrated, stop when fatigued, enjoy the ride.
 
My Racing Experience
About my racing career
Have not raced formally or on the roads.
Best Racing(track/off Road) Bike
Yahama R-1
Tips To Budding Racers
Stick to the tracks.
 
My Stunting Experience
About my stunting career
The only stunts i have done are unexpected, accidental stoppies, tail-slides and jumps off speed brakers.
Best Stunt Bike According To Me
Bajaj P-220 S
Tips To Budding Racers
Keep to designated areas.
 
My Other Experience
Race/ Engineer Support
NA
Modifier(performance/looks)
Painting and Lighting
Mechanic/ Service Etc.
Electricals, Ancillary Parts Service, De-carbonisation, Carby cleaning, Squeak reduction, Brake Service, Drive chain Service, Air filter, Oil Filter service, Clutch plate even-ing, Lubing. Anything except the gearbox and rotor till now.
 
 
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