Harley-Davidson Parade In Bangalore
The 12-bike parade kicked-off from the Jayamahal Palace Hotel and moved towards Mekhri Circle, until it finally halted at the historic Bangalore Palace.
“We have found that the culture here for leisure motorcycling is Bangalore is best probably in all of India and I will challenge the other cities to catch up to Bangalore for their riding culture here it has been a phenomenal experience here and the enthusiasm here which is second to none,” Anoop Prakash, Managing Director of Harley-Davidson, India, said to local journalists.
“Riding with Harley-Davidson owners and enthusiasts in Bangalore for the first time was a historic moment for us. Harley owners here have a strong passion for the motorcycles. They unite them with fellow riders from across the world,” Prakash added.
"This bike is definitely very different from the other bikes you can see the built quality, you can see the design and you can see the engine its completely different of course its superb and comfort is superb there is no bike close to Harley Davidson,” said Nandish Pal a motorcycle enthusiast who owns a Harley Softail Deuce 2000 for the past three years.
The Bangalore-based owners who took part in the ride also included Ashish Kothare on his Sportster XL 1000, Rohit Katti on his Centennial Limited Edition Dyna Low Rider and Tilak Thomas on his Road King.
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