Are Bikes Your First Love? Join These Biker Clubs In Delhi For A Fun Ride

Ananya posted on 23 September

If the revv of a bike makes your heart beat faster than most other things, you belong in a biker club. Here are a few to get you started.

India Bull Riders Motorcycle Club

A brotherhood that first originated in 2007 has been growing over six cities in the past six years. Join them if you have a Royal Enfield motorcycle and a valid license along with bike documents, and a heart that loves to ride and travel. Their rules are simple- respect and represent this brotherhood, and help other newbies to grow as well. They also do morning breakfast meets and community service as and when required. The chapter of Delh is the mother of all the chapters, and they meet almost every Sunday at Qutub Institutional area.

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Highway Players

A group of friends came up with this club over a cup of chai one day. They made it official when they started getting applications from outside their friend circle. They do not have any joining rules, and welcome anyone with a Royal Enfield Motorcycle. Every month they have at least one small ride, and also one long ride – outside of Delhi in every three to four months. You can also buy their customised tees, flags, stickers and other merch.

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Royal Mavericks

Royal Mavericks started primarily with just about 300 members, and is now 6,000+ members strong. If you own a Royal Enfield Motorcycle, then join this club that does not entertain racing and stunting with each other or any other club, and respect the safety norms and have been associated with social awareness rides. They have also been conducting various morning breakfast rides and dinner rides on a regular basis. They even do quarterly weekend escapes – a long ride with a night stay in resorts close to nature.

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G.O.D.S {Group Of Delhi Superbikers}

This group started as a two-man riding passion in the year of 1998, G.O.D.S has turned out as a rather passionate club over time and is now about 70 members strong. It also comprises of highly educated people like Doctors, MBA’s, ex-army men, businessmen all with a passion to ride. They focus on developing a mutual respect between the bike and the owner, and owning just a supermodel of bike is not enough.

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Delhi Biker’s Breakfast Run

More of a group and less of a club, DBBR is a non-commercial riding group open to anyone who owns a motorcycle. They meet at designated spots between 5-6am, ride for two hours together out of Delhi, have a hot breakfast, and return by 11am. This club is perfect for the ones who are looking to make friends with the help of their riding passion.

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