Cheers #21


It was an itch that first started in 2007. Err, went through my emails and realized this itch was in 2006. I was going through a phase at that time and wanted to be on the road.. like forever. But then I had to be happy with a ride to Kerala for Christmas and back... Continue Reading →

Hope


When Aragorn met the hobbits, he didn’t expect his life would change from the Lone Ranger to the King of Gondor. Such is destiny. Despite walking the other side, the pull of gravity towards solid rock is unbeatable and without compare. Such also is destiny. When there’s a homing beacon that was once buried in... Continue Reading →

The new year ride


After having the itch for 13 long years, I finally did it. Rode through good roads, bad roads, rain, sun and everything in between. Also got to cross the two places that have always evaded my radar in the 15 odd years of my motorcycle adventures More about all of it in a bit. Right... Continue Reading →

The two wheeled magic


There's a certain magic about swinging your leg on to a motorcycle. It is like triggering a remote switch to the riders' mind and heart when you flip that ignition switch. The rev meter starts and there's an immediate surge of happiness that flows through your veins. I doubt if there are words to explain... Continue Reading →

A December Thursday


As the Fluid’s thump out soul music and the apple doing its bit, I’m letting the still of the night sink in. It was a fucking crazy day and classic rock is just what I need. Would have turned the volume higher, but tad concerned of my neighbours. As the flavoured spirit makes its way... Continue Reading →

Tea Lessons


Interesting how life teaches you lessons every time, irrespective of how young or old you may be. It took me 38 years to finally let the lesson of sharing and caring sink into my head. And I’m glad it did. Through my growing years, I’ve picked up bits and pieces of ideas along the roads... Continue Reading →

Chicken curry


It’s a simple curry. Tomatoes, onions, ginger garlic paste, some spices and chicken. Cooked for about 30 odd minutes and is a brilliant dish that pairs brilliantly with rice or any Indian bread. Simple as it is, it brings back so many memories to me, especially when I am making this today in trust square.... Continue Reading →

Happy Father’s Day


I missed my old man today, like I missed him for the last 36 years. Everyone remembered their old man, some put up pictures, some went out of their way and did something for the leading tower in their family. So did I, sans the pictures though. I slept most of the day, but somewhere... Continue Reading →

Big biking commune


What an interesting event! It was like having awesome dessert while the starters and the main course of a meal sucked. But, amidst all that, I had one of the best weekends of my life. Got to see #Thaikkudambridge play, made so many new friends, saw stars at midnight, had dinners for 3 hours starting... Continue Reading →

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