I love my city. I love just everything about it, but of course after ignoring a few things. After all adjustment is in my blood. One more thing I love about it is people’s love for bullets. Those magnificent bikes that go thundering round the city making heads turn have been my first love in the category of bikes since childhood. Actually calling it a bike is so much less an explanation. It deserves more than that. The thunder, the ride, the look and so much more is what I love about bullets.
My father owned one, a ROYAL ENFIELD, 1974 model, so my early childhood memories always riding the bullet are simply unforgettable and I have wanted to own one though my petite figure won’t go with it. But the love of riding a bullet will never ever go away.
Udaipurites have an undying passion for THE BULLET. In the past few years, every lane that I went to had bullets making heads turn, especially the females(aaha). And why not, the charisma of bullets is something that one can’t deny. The biking groups of Udaipur like LRSM 6001 club, India Bull Riders club and KC Bikers are enough to explain this.
When the thunder packed machines hit the road, very naturally eyeballs pop out(actually gawking). The Bulleteers seem like power packed men, something like those movie heroes. All said, the machine is definitely worth owning. The attraction of riding the thundering motor will never fall behind in today’s world of highly modified bikes since the fun of being on the machine that spells “power” is incomparable.
I have grown up loving bullets and to me they are as highly powerful as the bullet that leaves the rifle only to kill the enemy. Long live THE BULLETS that cannot be replaced with any other bike.