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India Bike Week sees 6500 enthusiasts congregate in Goa

India Bike Week sees 6500 enthusiasts congregate in Goa. The event also saw Harley Davidson celebrate their 110th anniversary in Goa which saw 600 enthusiastic HOG riders descend in the coastal state from all parts of the country.

India Bike Week 2013 (2)The India Bike Week that was held in Goa was attended by more than 6,457 bikers from all over India.  The event also saw Harley Davidson celebrate their 110th anniversary in Goa which saw 600 enthusiastic HOG riders descend in the coastal state from all parts of the country. Some came from as far as Chandigarh and Bhubaneshswar. Karen Davidson, great grand daughter of the co- founder was also present during the celebratory events.

The fest held from 2-3 February saw 26 live bands and DJ’s perform on 3 stages, 100+ bikes, cage fighters, Cigar & Whiskey Bar and Howling Dog Bar, superbike display areas, a stunt zone, motorcycle flea market, vintage motorcycle display, modification shops and a biker build off challenge. Pentagram, Gentleman’s Dub Club and Dualist Enquiry among other musicians performed for the 8,000 strong crowds that gathered on 7 acres of seaside estate at Vagator. The tattoo stalls and bikini bike wash areas were choc a bloc with bikers and enthusiastic fans alike.

Highlight of day 1 was the parade of about 600 HOG bikers as the rode down to the venue amid tumultuous applause from the crowds present. This festival celebrating biker brotherhood was well appreciated by ardent fans, bikers, travelers, festival goers and music fans alike.

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