Women biker clubs are on the growth today. One will find quite a number of prominent female biker clubs all over the country. Breaking all gender types these clubs are on the growth. Driven by the passion and excitement of adventure these women ride down the roads on their bikes and have opened a new world for themselves. Here are five such women biker clubs discussed for you.
This group was started by Urvashi Patole in 2011 and it is one of the first of its kind. It was started to give a platform to all those women who wanted to show off their stunt skills on the bike, go for a bike race or simply satisfy their lust for adventure on a bike. The group is well known breaking records and striving for equality. They have a record in the Limca book of world records for themselves. They were the largest all women group to ride to Khardung-La. It is considered to be the highest motor able mountain pass. If you want to be a part of this gang then you have to complete three rides with them and you can use any bike of your choice for that purpose but you need to be passionate about it.
Bengal Lady Bikers
This is a relatively small group of bikers based in India who prefer quality over quantity. They organize into small teams and ride off to the hills. They have been everywhere from Uttarakhand to Kashmir. Some of them even go on solo trips and then blog about them on their website. They do not follow any fixed schedule. They just don their helmets and drive off to where their hearts desire.
This group was started in 2012 by Anjaly Rajan. She has been riding a bike for the past 11 years. It is her passion for the bike that led her to start this group of female bikers. She had started out with just four bikers and now there are twenty women with ages ranging from 20 to 55. The bikers of this group own motorbikes which have engines with more than the 220cc capacity. They all share the same passion for adventure and fun. Besides the adventure they also believe in social justice and have taken out rallies in support of Nirbhaya and against substance abuse.
Hop on Gurls
This group is exclusively dedicated to the Royal Enfield cruiser motorcycles. You need to have Bullet to be a part of this group. They teach their members how to ride it from the scratch. They teach each other tricks of riding the bike and organize trips every three months. This group was founded in Bengaluru by Bindu Reddy in 2011. They have branches in Mumbai and Pune.
Lady Riders of India
This group was formed in 2016 by Maral Yazarloo from Pune. This group has 24 members from all over the country. They have get-togethers in Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. To be a part of this group one has to be a passionate owner of a bike above 650cc and must have covered 10,000km on it. They are coming up with a trip to cover the length and breadth of the country.