The Great India Collectors’ Ride on Suzuki Hayabusa and VStrom, Land Rover partners
The Great India Collectors’ Ride will span 10,000 kilometers over 45 days in search of interesting used items across India, traversing 50 cities and many more towns and villages Collected items will be used to create an used-goods motorcycle art installation to be known as â€˜Freedom Bikeâ€™.
#OLXCollectorsRide started from Delhi on 25th May with a motorcade comprising 4 sports bikes and 2 sports cars. Oddities and spare parts sourced will be sourced from items uploaded online, and if deemed fitting, the team will be at your doorstep.
The Great India Collectors’ Ride extended team sees Shell advance performance oils as Performance partner, Samsung Galaxy s as Tech Partner, Land Rover as Luxury SUV Partner, Suzuki as Motorcycle Partner, Zeus as Riding Gear Partner, and Wrangler as Styling Partner.
Riders are using a Suzuki Hayabusa and Suzuki VStrom and a dual tone red and black Evoque and a black Range Rover pressed into service. From Delhi the team headed to pink city Jaipur where the riders bought an unique item from a customer. On 27th, the team left Jaipur for Udaipur.
From Udaipur, the team then headed to Ahmedabad for a meet with city folk was scheduled at Petal Suzuki at Kamdhenu House on Sunday, June 1 at 7:30am. #OlxCollectorsRide team rode with ‘The Riderni’ group of women bikers from Ahmedabad on June 3rd. Riderni’s contributed to The Freedom Motorcycle.
On June 5th, the riders thanked bikers in Surat for their spirited turn out and camaradie. Bullet Battalion club, Royal Brothers club, ROSSI (Riders of Surat Superbikes India), KTM club bikers were present.
The team reached Mumbai on 5th June, 2014 and visited Gateway of India, Bandra-Worli Sea Link and Marine Drive among other places. Road Stallions Bullet club met up with the riders. On Sunday, 8th June, Super bikers stopped at Navi Mumbai Kalamboli McDonald,at 7am.Having left Kalamboli at 8.30 a.m, the team headed to Manchester United Cafe at Amanora Mall at 11.30 am. Riders from Mumbai were invited to join in. for a part of the ride or all the way to Pune. The Great India Collectors’ Ride next heads to Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Vizag, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Varanasi, and Agra before final stop at Delhi.