Ravi Verma is riding across India to collect thank-you messages for the Indian Army

Editor@Throttle|Updated: September 1, 2016 16:43

Ravi Verma is riding solo across India on his Royal Enfield Himalayan bike to collect thank-you messages for the Indian Army. He is planning to ride across 29 states and 5 UT s of India covering a distance of 23,000+ kms in 100+ days.


The passionate biker started his journey from Jaipur, Rajasthan on August 15, 2016. He plans to travel to North India first, followed by North –East, South and then the western part of India. He was inspired by a documentary on the routine life of Indian Army soldiers serving the sensitive LOC area. Since the life of soldiers is tough and difficult, he felt that they should be honoured and thanked for serving this noble cause. Along the ride, he plans to have interactive sessions in various colleges and schools and collect thank-you notes from them as well. He is also meeting members of various biking clubs from different cities and collect messages for the Indian Army. Currently he is in Jammu.


He plans to make a documentary on his entire ride and deliver as many messages as possible to the Indian Army personnel. He is one of the core moderators of All India Karizma Bikers Club (KBC) which is active in 18 cities across India .He is also the founder and admin of Karizma Bikers Club Jaipur (KBC:Jaipur) and has brought admins of various biking groups under one name – BBOI (Biker Brotherhood of India).


Throttle Team wishes him good luck for this noble mission!