India Bull Riders (formerly known as Delhi Bull Riders or DBR) was formed as an exclusive Royal Enfield motorcycle club in November 2007. Being associated with lots of other biking clubs initially, Sajeesh Nair felt the urge of forming an All-RE motorbike club to promote group riding activities. Royal Enfield motorbikes have always been associated with tough terrain and long distance riding. However, it was time to break the barrier to give all such unconventional thoughts a new dimension.
IBR members together form the IBR fraternity. Unbiased approach and open to all bullet passionate, IBR believes in unity in diversity. For us caste, creed, colour, religion or sex doesn’t matter at all. After all, who cares about this orthodox philosophy. IBR members come from diverse culture and profession, but for IBR all are same – RIDING ENTHUSIASTS.
India Bull Riders has 8 active chapters in Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Udaipur, Chennai, Jaipur and Pune.
How to Join
You should be above 18 years of age. You should have a valid driving license which has not expired. For pillion, DL is not required. It doesn't matter whether you're male or female. But you got to have... Read More
About the Club
IBR (formerly known as DBR) was formed as an exclusive RE motorcycle riding club in November 2007. Being associated with lots of other biking clubs initially, Sajeesh Nair felt the urge of forming an.. Read More
In 2007 a small club was formed named Delhi Bull Riders. With a few members initially, DBR slowly became one of the well-known Royal Enfield club in New Delhi / NCR. More and more members started... Read More
Submitted by indiabullriders on Tue, 2017-02-07 12:42
IBR planning commission has decided that henceforth IBRMC will be regarded as a pure Royal Enfield motorcycle riders community. That being said, no further non-RE registrations will be accepted. The registration page has been updated to reflect only RE models in the motorcycle make drop down.
Existing non-RE members are not impacted because of this announcement. This is effective only for future registrations from today onwards.
After writing the blog on spokes, (and being encouraged to write more). In that blog I mentioned the chain and so I thought I would try to answer a question I see asked a lot 'how do I make my chain last longer?'
Just been outside checking my wheel spokes for tightness, found two a bit loose in the back wheel. This is not unusual on the RE's here in Rajasthan because of our wonderful pot-holed filled roads!
It made me wonder how many of you guys know how to do this. Sorry if this is old stuff to you but some of the younger bikers may not know. So here it is, a step by step guide to spoke checking: PLEASE BE AWARE this method only checks if they are coming loose, it does NOT mean they are set to the correct tension.
In 1967 I bought my first motorcycle, a Honda C90 I was 17 yrs old. Now, 50 yrs on I look back at this with wonder. The freedom it gave me and the fun. Who would have thought then that the bug was going to bite so deep I would be riding all my life.
Over the years I have owned and ridden some of the best bikes in the world, and some of the worst!
Hello again Brothers and Sisters. Here is the first part of a three part road trip to The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary...hope you enjoy! If you become impacent, you can veiw parts 2 and 3 on my blog, The Wandering Hippy!