Night Rider – The human version

Going back in time, It never made no difference what time of the day it is. There was a lust to explore, go beyond and break the limits of human endurance.

Riding 24hours was just the passion – the adventure – the human testimony – stuff that dreams were made of – Not to show but prove to self – iDream iExplore iMani
If you want it, you will get it. Get on with what you want.

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Finally !!

I have been told that I can get the break – much needed and take it in a way I want.

So now in this weather when mercury is supposed to take a dip, I have two options both between 500-800miles round trip. Obviously I do not want to ride for more than 4-5hours in these cold conditions and I would make this trip hostel style. Once I can get sometime to do more calculations but firstly, I have to make a decision.

Decision that is :

Feeling of caring

The feeling of sharing is the feeling of caring. What better way to express this than to express this by providing the heat to someone who may thank you in no better way than providing with their warm words even in the coldest of the cold conditions.

Just riding down the Tanglang La (17,582 ft) in heavy snowfall, there was instant traces of life. As we came across few shepherds who were looking after their cattles and they got the chance to take some heat from the hot engine exhaust pipes which were not hot enough even after being on the roads for past 4hours.

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Himalayan Classics

Travel in the heights of Himalayas brings that freshness what other places never could and never would. Being an Indian there was always an advantage to go places where others would preferably not be willing to go. Sometimes it all feels there was a meaning behind these places and journeys in life.

More so, life was not all about being worries or hassles of reaching success but just a simple moment to enjoy wherever and whenever.

Motorcycling Memories from Great Indian Himalayas

Inspired by Walter from his last mention on the blog post – I could not stop myself from sharing some of those memories gathered in past rides over the most beautiful and very challenging terrain of himalayas.
Some of them were lone rides, some of them were with friends and some of them were just made to escape the monotonous build up of daily routines.Hope you enjoy and like the following pics. 

Things we miss in life are not counted by how fast you can ride but depends where all you can go where the money does not count.Living to my way life has a meaning. It is precious and beautiful to enjoy the beauty of nature while not forgetting we all are part of our nature.Once upon a time :