Bike India - July 2015
Fueling the passion that pervades the biking scene in the country, BIKE India is produced by hardcore motorcycle enthusiasts with more than 25 years of hands-on experience in motorcycling and its associated culture. It is a magazine that respects, and also encourages huge amounts of reader participation in its features, in a way allowing every reader to identify with its character.
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