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As I am riding to RM-2012 Delhi

“Boot” – done!
“Jacket” – done!
“Pants” – done!
This…and that and all that – done!
“Bull” – Oh yeah! Done!

Leaves? Well, my Boss reacted, “It’s been a year!?”, when I told him that I need these leaves to ride to RM-Delhi, I asked myself, man! It’s been a year since RM-Kolkata and I remember like it happened just another day!

I was just a little over one year old riding the mighty old classic in a modern avatar- the Thunderbird TS, and still was allowed to attend the RM-Kolkata with the Inddiethumpers wearing their color proudly! What a memorable time I had riding with them to RM-Kolkata and spending the best time there with the godly Bullet fraternity!

A year is still a long time, as I not only moved on to wearing new colors of BisonsRideHard but also now a day short of riding to RM-Delhi – the RM with a decade’s tale to tell!

Made Like a Gun…is just not the emblem that suits the mighty Bullet, but also the fraternity, the brotherhood – we Bulleteers are proud of!

RM aka Rider Mania, the World’s Biggest Enfield fest, held by Bullet riders is moving into its 10th year, and this year it’s being hosted by Royal Beasts at Dilwaalon ki Dilli! An epic tale that just started when two bull-heads met over a cup of tea, RM is now a decade’s talk giving shape to a religion that has faith in Bullet –irrespective of its Heart – Cast, AVL or the UCE!

We, BisonsRideHard, are starting the ride to Delhi on January 24th; though, precisely I would be joining the first gang only at Jaipur. Leaves are cause, and am ‘happily’ just not the only victim and thus would be accompanied by Amrrut aka Chemical Locha when will start the ride tomorrow evening!

With just few hours left, I am able to feel the butterflies (that too intoxicated with Goan phenny) in my stomach. Anxieties to hit the tar, face the sun, conquer the fog, meet the old mates and to be at Biggest Festival of the madmen from all across the World who ride Bullet....is just indescribable!

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