Bikes aren't about going fast or having fun;

They are toys, but the Serious Ones.

What is this Blog for?

So do you like bikes? Do you like to ride fast? If yes, then you must be having some favourite bikes that you own, or maybe you would like to own. This blog is to introduce some of our communities that are related to heavy weight, superfast, monstrous bikes. Have a look below , and if you like them donot forget to join them. Have a opinion regarding this blog? Donot hesitate to contact us through ORKUT.

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I don't ride Fast, I fly Slowly

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The Bikers Club (Click)

The purpose of this community is to provide somewhere for bikers to arrange runs, organize events & share pictures, but most of all to have some fun! If you need any help using the community please read the forum You can suggest your opinion by creating new thread. We arrange bike rally in national holidays and if you have any idea about, you can disclose them. So join hands together and say cheers!

Yamaha R15 (Click)

Yamaha has kept its promise and Yamaha R15 has been launched in India at an affordable range of Price. Best thing about R15 is that its cool, powerful with considerable mileage and ultimate sporting look.

Yamaha FZ16 (Click)

The FZ-16 was born for life on the street - taut, muscular and ready for anything. Whatever’s going down on the street, you’re always in charge. The FZ-16 has got heart-pumping knockout performance and it’s got serious attitude on top of that, a lean and mean look that’s all about raw power.

Harley Davidson (Click)

Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG, formerly HDI) (often abbreviated H-D or Harley) is an American motorcycle manufacturer. Founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during the first decade of the 20th century, it was one of two major American manufacturers to survive the Great Depression. Harley-Davidson also survived a media-accelerated negative image of motorcyclists, a period of poor quality control, and competition with Japanese manufacturers.

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