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The ride awaited

The ride awaited
Here is a chance for all the bike enthusiasts to explore and share riding culture of India. Riderthon - an independent community built by and for riders, motorcycling clubs/ groups celebrates motorcycles and riding with WMD Half Summit and United Brotherhood Ride  on the occasion of World Motorcycle Day on 21 June.    

WMD Half Summit is the event where riders from all over India, on the longest day of the year (21 June) will ride to Rohatang Pass, Himachal Pradesh. Country cruiser, speed racer or cool city biker, everyone is welcomed for a quick weekend away from work to be a part of India’s first and only riding festival to the Himalayas. Live music, mountains, motorcycles and bonfires, barbecue, 2 bars and much more all in the midst of nature. The three-days and two-nights summit starts from Delhi on 20 June and ends in Manali on 22 June.

 Whereas Brotherhood Ride celebrates superbikes with an iconic ride and private pool party for 600+ CC motorcycle riders only. The same is scheduled to be held on 21 June at Delhi. Riderthon riders also spreads the message of ‘Respect and Safety’ of women in the country by going to small towns and villages, encouraging people not just to think and talk but to take action and ride the change in our society.

In addition to this, they are aware of the environmental challenges and with every ride they contribute in its conservation and projection of the natural heritage.
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