Group Manager Marketing, Santhosh is rider in chief at the Royal Enfield rides experince.
For a Bangalore boy who's just got back from the Everest Base Camp - Rongbuk, Shishupangma and Choyu in Tibet, never having visited Nandi Hills is a sickness self induced due to lack of altitude?
Database designer, telematics engineer, petrol head and lock picker...numbers, information, speed and security...you don't want to mess with him.
Established in 1938,the international courtyard of motorcycling idling on the edge of London town on the A 406 Northern Circular Road, The Ace Cafe has stood witness to history, infamy, war and glory, growing up with Britain as it raced into the world of motorcycling and music, thru the hey days of the 50's and 60's and beyond
It is the cathedral of petrol heads where the parish congregate to discuss life around internal combustion engines 365 days a year.
An absolute #MustDoinLondon
Mark Wilsmore, MD and chief trouble shooter at the Ace made time for us over copious amounts of tea to share the history of the Ace Cafe London, our first brand icon.
Although light travels faster than sound, they say the origin of even light is in sound….
Our guest on this episode is an audio engineer from Mumbai, a live sound specialist, a popular rider, a content creator and an artist who can play the guitar, should the need arise.
Inheriting an army assembly 65 Cast Iron Enfield 350 from Uncle Patrick was what put this 6 footer 'Hagrid' on the road to the goodies of life.
Here's his story from across the sound barrier. We give you, Sigmund Quadros.
This prolific traveler has come a long way rising from among the reeds and rushes of Kerala to the most extreme of mountain roads of Arunachal Pradesh
Katyayani, is what he calls his Mojo although he's currently riding a Dominar on the "Roof of the world" Himalayan Odyssey by Bajaj.
He’s a nomad, a “burn the itinerary” - ride leader, a friend, a trouble shooter and an off roader, we give you, the chieftan of @broketravellerescapades, Sarath Shenoy
Also featuring Rohit Ashok - Tollfree Traveler on MyWay on the RE Rongbuk ride and Jay Kannaiyan on the Soundboard. This is a full house.
Square pegs don’t fit into round holes. To build outside the box is an artist’s challenge and a designer’s limitation. Niharika Singh Dalal’s paradoxical propositions sharpen her artist’s instincts and frame her experimental designs as she dives to newer depths trying to fathom newer possibilities.
We lured this mermaid of the ocean, a certified rescue grade scuba diver, to a threadbare discussion from Madras checks to travelling Irish bands. We spent an enchanted evening in her castle weaving a story while we wafted in the spirits of the Scotts.
Infinitely thankful to her for graciously accommodating Biker Radio Rodcast during her wedding preparations, sharing the news with the world on our show and even sharing some of her poetry with us. We wish Niharika and Vijay Thomas a life of togetherness and love for the road ahead.
Suave, intelligent, creative, a quiet riot with a mind of his own, Sharad Sharma's dreams are fueled with radioactivity.
A television impresario, he's been a news anchor on NDTV and Times NOW, he's acted in Bollywood and also on a Netflicks TV series before throwing it all away just to ride off on his Harley XR1200X into the horizon.....
His life's roller coaster journey from stage fright to stage craft comes alive as he unfolds it for us on the 43rd episode of the Long Way Home on the Biker Radio Rodcast.
Harley calls him I.J. Ducati calls him Desmo Singh. His love for neons got him the moniker of Neoni Singh. Presenting King of bling, a maverick motor magnate with a heart of gold wrapped in a mind of silk. He's a smooth operator and his disarming smile is a dead giveaway of the mischief he carries in his heart. Ikjot Singh Bhasin is a unique blend of chutzpa and bravura and deftly combines motorcycling with entrepreneurship. When he’s not racing at the BIC, he’s busy organizing biker fests and other brand stands. We caught up with him at Ikjot’s Boulevard, on the Long Way Home of yet another blockbuster episode of the Biker Radio Rodcast.
A string of pearls with pearls of wisdom, this Bikerni is a benevolent soul cast in iron.
A studied calm and nuanced grace, she is a rage among her cubs.
A mother, wife, designer, business woman, rider and ambassador of The Bikerni, a sisterhood of women motorcyclists across India, we give you the vanguard of women's empowerment, Shabnam Akram.
Not many know that Dronacharya’s warfare academy for many years was in the Doon valley. So we found it pretty amusing when our guest on the Rodcast, which traveled to Dehra Dun was called Arjun. Befittingly, because Arjun Raina is a man who understands precision and knows how to hunt for that extra bhp, that extra torque, the extra power for his lightweight and fast creations.
The reclusive hermit who reigns over his motorcycle studio and design shop called MotoExotica, his man cave in the Malsi Hills, is a designer, an engineer, an artist, a rally racer, an entrepreneur, a technologist, a husband , a friend, and a teamster. BRR let some arrows fly into the crisp mountain air and Arjun was game. Design has a purpose, Arjun creates them.