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Unleashing the Thrill with India’s Fearless Female Moto Vloggers and Their Rides



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The roar of engines is often considered a symphony of masculinity, but recently in India, a growing number of women are breaking stereotypes and hitting the roads on their powerful two-wheelers. These 6 female moto vloggers have become a force to be reckoned with, capturing their exhilarating journeys and sharing them with the world. Let’s take a joyride through their fascinating stories.

Pyros Girl – Yamaha V3:

Abirami R. aka Pyros Girl, with her trusty Yamaha V3, is riding a revolution. Through the lens of her helmet camera, she takes viewers on a rollercoaster of emotions, from the thrill of speeding down the highway to the quieter moments of self-reflection during pit stops. She is also has a mention in the Indian Book of Record.

Vishakha Fulsunge – Pulsar 220:

Vishakha Fulsunge has transformed her love for bikes into a thriving career as a moto vlogger. Overcoming skepticism from family and industry trolls, she has become a symbol of determination, inspiring others with her moto adventures. Beyond the roads, Vishakha is also a dedicated gamer, managing successful YouTube channels – GamerGirl and RiderGirlVishakha. Her vlogs resonate with the everyday rider, proving that you don’t need a superbike to embrace the thrill of a ride. She also holds 5 Indian book of records.

Miss Motoaddicto – KTM:

Shivaani Mathesh, fearless and unapologetically passionate about motorcycles, takes on the roads with unmatched energy. Along with her recent adventures in Sri Lanka, she also makes fun Q&A videos and racing videos for her viewers.

Payana with Swathi – Royal Enfield Himalayan:

Payana with Swathi, on her Royal Enfield Himalayan, ventures into the unexplored terrains of Many places like Bangkok, Malaysia, Nepal, and more. Her moto vlogs capture the raw beauty of the locations, combined with the rugged charm of her bike. Payana’s journey is not just a physical exploration but a spiritual one as well. She currently holds 3 Indian book of record and 1 Asia book of record.

Ambika Rider – 1700cc Harley Davidson Road King:

Ambika Sonia, commanding her Harley Davidson Road King, made history with the fastest round trip from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and back. A member of the ‘Freedom Moto Ride 2022,’ she’s a record holder in the India Book of Records 2022 and Asia Book of Records 2022.

Shweta Chithrode – Suzuki Hayabusa:

Shweta Chithrode, the speed queen holds the title of the Fastest Indian Female Drag Racer with an impressive 9.904s record. With a thriving YouTube channel and a strong family of 70K+, she takes her audience on exhilarating rides, sharing her adventures on iconic bikes like the Hayabusa and KTM 390 Adv. As the Chief Product Officer at Indian Motorush, Shweta is not only breaking records on the race track but also making significant strides in the business side of the biking world.

Buckle up and join these fearless ladies on their thrilling adventures, as they prove that the road is open to anyone with a passion for the ride.

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Indian Auto Influencers Who Are Steering The Future



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The world of Indian automobile content creators is expanding, with many creators explaining the nuts and bolts of automobiles to fans, auto enthusiasts and prospective auto buyers. Whether you are a bike lover or car buff. Furthermore, there are plenty of creators to feed your curiosity and whet your appetite for newer models.  Let’s have a look at some established and emerging auto influencers who are making their mark on social media.

Popular Auto Influencers in India:

Priyanka Kochhar @bikewithgirl

Instagram followers: 1.7M

YouTube Subscribers: 519K

Priyanka Kochhar, aka BWG posts video reviews of bikes and cars and has a large following on Instagram and YouTube. She is a self-confessed biker girl who ‘changes motorcycles faster than her clothes’. Before entering into the content creation universe, Priyanka pursued a career as an editorial model and anchor producer. She says she faced a lot of backlash from her conservative family for her passion for bikes. But she has persevered and today ranks among India’s foremost bike bloggers.

Priyanka started her biking journey by making YouTube tutorials about bikes and their mechanics. After gaining the rudimentary knowledge, she borrowed bikes from her friends and shared her experiences. This approach has gained her immense popularity, and she says she aims to ride a new bike every day. 

Faisal Khan @fasbeam

Instagram followers: 963K

YouTube Subscribers: 2.12M

Faisal Khan, an MBA in finance from Symbiosis, Pune, turned entrepreneur by founding MotorBeam and FK-R. Furthermore, the social media pages where he shares real experiences from his Point-of-View (POV) daily vlogs. He loves sharing behind-the-scenes videos garnered from his shoots and his travels. Motorbeam is a top automotive content brand wherein FK-R denotes Faisal Khan Racing. However, a special line of gears for bike riders. Besides, It consists of level 2 motorcycle riding jackets and leather motorcycle gloves.

Faisal loves vehicles of all hues, from the cheapest to the most expensive machines. He loves driving trucks, tractors and tuk-tuks as well, occasionally. He creates raw and unscripted content by sharing live experiences, which are honest, fun, and relatable.

Instagram followers: 1M

YouTube Subscribers: 1.82M is a platform that provides automotive services such as denting, painting, and detailing. It is run by two brothers who create car content: Parikshit Hans and Raghav Hans. 

They are automotive content creators on social media. Moreover, They make educational and entertaining car-related videos and offer services like Nano Ceramic Coatings, Paint Protection Films, Vinyl Wraps, Denting and Painting Services, Custom Paintjobs, and Car Customizations and Modifications.

Ankit Sharma

Instagram followers: 558K

YouTube Subscribers: 1.41K 

Ankit Sharma is an automobile influencer who has worked with companies worldwide. His dream was crafted from an intricate understanding and deep-rooted admiration for cars and motorbikes. In his content, he documents true and raw automobile stories.

Man Made Machines, owned by Ankit, has collaborated with companies. However, that design artworks born out of powerful emotions and intelligent engineering. Ankit believes in presenting the final product to the customers and the entirety of what has gone into building. Similarly, that piece of art to strike a connection beyond just commercials.

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Bharti Singh’s Husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa Brings Home Mercedes-Benz GLS Worth Rs 1.3 Crore



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Host, comedian, writer and producer Haarsh Limbachiyaa is now a proud owner of Mercedes-Benz GLS.

Yes, Haarsh Limbachiyaa, husband of popular comedian queen Bharti Singh, has added a swanky and stylish Mercedes-Benz GLS worth Rs 1.3 crore.

Haarsh and Bharti frequently share their whereabouts on their social media handles and on their YouTube channel. Recently, Haarsh shared good news with his fans and revealed that he is now a proud owner of a new luxurious car. He has bought himself a brand-new Mercedes-Benz GLS and also shared a picture standing beside his new ride.

My new car is my happy place

Taking to Instagram, Haarsh dropped the post and captioned, “My new car is my happy place (a red heart emoticon).” In the picture, he is seen adorably starting his new swanky ride and donning a red checked shirt paired with mustard cargo pants.

Soon after Haarsh shared the post, his friends, family members and fans flooded the comments section with red heart emoticons and congratulatory messages.

One of users wrote, “Waaaaahhhh Congratulations.” Another mentioned, “Congratulations Bhaijii.” (Congratulations Brother). An account remarked, “Dream Complete Hone Ke Baad Haarsh Ki Smile. (Harsh’s smile after dream his complete).” A user mentioned, “Mehnat Rang Laa Rahi Hai Aapiki” (Your Hard Work is Paying off). TV actress Jasmin Bhasin commented, “Wow congratulations.”

Haarsh Limbachiyaa’s vlog showed how he and his family celebrated the excitement of getting a new car. They cut a cake and did a pooja after the purchase.

Hemant Kumar Limbachiyaa, known by his stage name Haarsh Limbachiyaa is an Indian screenwriter, producer and television host. He has written for the shows Comedy Circus Ke Tansen, Comedy Nights Bachao and Comedy Nights Live. He has created, produced and hosted television shows like Khatra Khatra Khatra and Hum Tum Aur Quarantine along with his wife Bharti Singh. Haarsh was last seen in a guest appearance in Bigg Boss 17.

He turned lyricist for the titular track of ‘Malang’ and also had a cameo in ‘Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’ starring Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh, Shabana Azmi, Jaya Bachchan, and Dharmendra. The film is directed by Karan Johar. Haarsh and Bharti also participated in the reality show ‘Nach Baliye 8’.

On a personal front, Haarsh married comedian Bharti Singh on 3 December in 2017 and in the same year, he founded his production company, H3 Productions. On 3 April 2022, Haarsh and Bharti had their first child, a boy, Laksh Singh Limbachiyaa nicknamed Golla.

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Delhi Streets Set to Zip with Electric Bike Taxis Only: AAP’s Game-Changing Move!



In a radical move towards greener and cleaner mobility, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has given the green signal to the Delhi Motor Vehicle Aggregator and Delivery Service Provider Scheme 2023. 

What does this mean? Well, get ready to spot only electric bike taxis cruising the streets of Delhi, as it aims for a complete transition to electric mobility by 2030! And apart from making our rides eco-friendly, Delhi has set its sights on achieving net zero emissions by 2070.

Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot stated that this marks the first time in India that guidelines for aggregators include electrification targets. The scheme isn’t just about reducing emissions; it’s also about putting an end to the wild surge pricing tactics we often encounter with app-based cabs. 

From ensuring the cleanliness of the vehicles to keeping tabs on the behavior of the drivers, it’s all in the guidelines. There’s even a section on promptly addressing customer complaints. The rules apply to aggregators, delivery service providers, and e-commerce entities with 25 or more vehicles. 

To keep things in check, there are hefty penalties ranging from Rs 5,000 to a whopping Rs 1 lakh for those who decide to disregard the rules. 

All existing or new operators have 90 days to jump on the electric bandwagon, or they’ll be left in the dust. Licenses will be valid for five years, and there’s a sweet 50% rebate for vehicles under two years old. Oh, and did we mention zero fees for electric vehicles? 

So, get ready for quieter, cleaner, and shockingly smooth rides through the city as electric bike taxis take over the streets!

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