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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsConvincing your parents to let you buy that heavy motorbike you've always been eyeing is never an easy task. After a lot of emotional drama from your mother and money related lectures from dad, even if your dream seems a tad litter closer than before, be warned, the stages that a bike owner goes through in India are numerous and always full of adventure! Ready to find out? Read on: 1. Drama, Drama & Lots Of Drama Dharma Productions Even if your mom is super cool, be prepared that she'll turn into Mother India at just the mention of you buying a bike. Your life is already getting filmy! 2. Market Research & Full Confusion Star World A bike that fits your budget and dreams - that's what you're looking for! Sometimes, it's not easy to find the mix of both and this stage is full of struggles and confusion. To help you out we are dropping a hint - head for a test ride on the Suzuki Intruder and let the smooth ride do the talking. 3. Ready To Impress Your Friends & Girls Dharma Productions Besides your passion for bikes, a small part of you always hopes that the girl you like will be super impressed and bowled over by your new mean machine. While your friends will be all riled up, be prepared for all the dosts and yaars to beg and plead to borrow your bike. 4. Have You Been To Leh-Laddak Yet? UTV Motion Pictures Yes, it's on the bucket list, but the questions will never stop. Just because you own a bike, it's a given that you are a 'cool dude' who is always out on adventures, biking across the coolest terrains in India. Little do they know that as much as you like planning, your mom prefers using your quick escape for grocery shopping. 5. The Weekly Wash Dharma Productions Your bike is your baby and you sure as hell treat it like one! From washing your bike yourself to keeping it covered everyday, bikers are particular about who they let near their baby. 6. Zooming Through Indian Roads T-Series As much as you like to think you are Hrithik Roshan from Dhoom, the Indian roads are quick to give you a reality check! But here's the sunny side - if you go with the Suzuki Intruder, get ready to cruise your way through! This stylish, high performance, sporty bike comes with Advanced Fuel Injection Technology which improves Fuel efficiency and throttle response. ibtimes.com 6 sensors calculate data in real time for an optimum amount of fuel to be injected for better combustion efficiency resulting in improved fuel efficiency and accurate throttle response. The Intruder is sporty and also brings in a feel of luxury with its flowing character lines, adding attitude! The dynamic front-heavy styling offers a powerful look and the luxurious style is expressed in the details of the parts.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsGurmeet Choudhary just made a grand appearance for the promotion of his upcoming movie 'Paltan', that is based on the Indo-China war of 1962. Not deviating from the rugged theme of the movie, he chose to ride a monster bike (is that the Honda Goldwing? We think so). What was more eye-catching than the bike, however, was his black kickass leather overalls. Take a look. © Instagram The leather jacket is absolute 'goals', when it comes to the fit and construction, but what caught our attention is the fact that the zipper details are custom made to be colour coordinated with the maroon body of the bike, plus he chose to wear a pair of blue tinted sunnies for that playful contrast. Talk about attention to details and design sensibility! © Instagram His footwear and helmet are the perfect accompaniment to his black outfit. The leather patches and detailing are giving his overall outfit the sporty edge that a biker costume is all about. © Instagram Will you just look at that road monster, btw? Isn't it absolutely gorgeous? © Instagram Gurmeet chose to style his hair in a way that is helmet friendly and doesn't take a lot of maintenance. Plus that windswept aesthetic is perfect with a bike outfit. © Instagram A message to all of our homies with a superbike fixation: This is how you do it.