Lazy Rider
Fast Bikes India|February 2018

An ankle injury doesn’t keep Bijoy from touring the country or sneaking out for an early morning ride on his Harley

Bijoy Kumar

These days I don’t need to see Moto GP on the telly to get excited. Not even the sight of a group of thundering Harleys get my attention. Synchronised wheelies and stoppies on super bikes? Nah! What gets me going these days is the sight of a human being walking. Yes, just plain and simply walking without wobbling, hopping and emitting screams. I think I need to explain…

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