Bike enthusiasts line up for the Royal Enfield Dubai club’s first annual gala at Classic Motorcycles in Al Quoz, Dubai on Friday. — KT photos by Juidin Bernarrd
DUBAI - In a quiet corner of Al Quoz in Dubai on Friday, a group of like-minded people were talking about their favourite pastime: motorbikes.
Royal Enfield Dubai isn’t just any ordinary motorbike club. It’s a casual social club that any motorcycle rider can join. The group organises city rides, long-distance trips and informal gatherings. On Friday, the club was celebrating its first annual gala, with the throaty roar of engines splitting through the air, and freshly polished bikes shining in the sun.
Bike Week may have ended, but avid motorcycle riders in Oviedo still answer to the call of the open road. Taking in the rural Florida landscape, lush tree lines and never-ending point of origin on the horizon, residents cruise the open roads of Seminole County finding serenity in the skill of manipulating a motorcycle.
But not all Oviedo motorcycle enthusiasts roam the roads solo. Being part of a pack is a part of biker culture, and the Oviedo Motorcycle Riders organization is no exception. With approximately 400 members and with more than 400 pack rides under their belts, the group is growing as the need for speed and wind-blown hair captivates those who consider their two-wheel ride a passion. READ ON
The image of a rider on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle is a powerful one, evoking the feeling of the open road, the wind in your face and the camaraderie of bonding with others in the pursuit of total freedom.
For Dawn Jones, a member of World Class Riders, motorcycles represent more than just freedom — they represent a way of life. READ ON
DAYTONA BEACH—Would you trade three minutes of your time for a chance to win a black 2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide motorcycle, gleaming seductively under a non-conspicuous tent?
That was the question posed to throngs of bike lovers ambling along Beach Street during the 2012 Bike Week in Daytona Beach March 10-17. READ ON