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Women’s Biking Clubs In India



Women’s Biking Clubs In India

Raise the throttle and hit the open road with these femme fatales

Don’t take Priyanka Chopra very seriously when she asks, “Why should boys have all the fun?” zipping around on a puny scooter in a TV commercial. Sure, riding a two-wheeler is exciting and women do have fun riding them. However, to enforce these low-powered, “safe” machines mocks our aspirations and challenges our limits.

Thankfully, India is not Saudi Arabia, where women driving a vehicle was recently legalised. With the motorcycling community getting larger each day, women are equal participants on the great Indian road show.

Have a passion for bikes and prefer to ride? These all-women biker clubs are fantastic to meet like-minded girls.

1. The Bikerni

India’s first female bikers association brings together women interested in touring and riding geared motorcycles.

The club has chapters across India and believes in creating history. In 2011, The Bikerni’s team of 10 bikers completed an expedition on the sacred road to Khardung La to set a new record.

Riders owning any motorcycle brand are welcome.

Get in touch here.

2. Hop on Gurls

Bangalore-based and badass, HOG is dedicated to helping women ride Bullets better.

Apart from offering 2-day riding sessions on the hefty, iconic machine, this club also believes in social work and serious adventure travel.

Organised rides to scenic places in Karnataka are common. The club has chapters in Mysore and Pune as well.

Get in touch here.

3. REgals

Mumbai’s very own female club dedicated to Royal Enfield (RE) enthusiasts. You may have spotted some of its members in news photos during Gudi Padva celebrations recently.

Social activities like advocating women’s safety in public spaces is also on their agenda.

Get in touch here.

4. Biking Queens

Another diamond among Surat’s communities, BQ is a platform for women who love riding superbikes.

Started by Dr Sarika Mehta, the club has undertaken massive adventure tours covering 10 countries in 40 days.

Their riding credentials are endorsed by their Facebook group, which has over 72K fans. Women riding all kinds of bikes are welcome.

Get in touch here.

5. Lady Biker

A small group of Kolkata-based riders has now swelled into a force from the East.

Travel remains this club’s focus, as riders cover multi-day trails anywhere between Bengal to Kashmir. Some experienced members ride solo and inspire others by blogging about their on-road experiences.

This informal, yet fun, club accepts members owning all kinds of bikes.

Get in touch here.

6. Lady Riders of India

This club is upping the drool quotient by bringing together anyone who can handle an above 650CC superbike.

Apart from the fancy motorcycles and experience level of these female riders, the club also believes in “women who lift other women” through shared adventures and travel experiences.

Get in touch here.

7. Biker Babez

A quiet revolution is brewing in down south Chennai. Started by professional bike racer Soundari Sindy, BB aims to get more women interested in racing and endurance riding.

You can own any bike, but if you are a girl with a passion for excelling at motorsports, this club in India is your best bet.

Get in touch here.

Image Credit: Hop On Gurls



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Mineli Goswami is a 24-year-old Assamese-East Indian, which usually translates into pretty good weekend feasts. When she’s not at her desk struggling with poetry – more often than she’d like – she’s seen wasting time on an assortment of things such as lugging an antique SLR, breaking nails climbing boulders, and chasing turtles. She’s graduated in history and has an unofficial PhD in Bandra-style jiving.

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