Biking Community, Biking Community in India, Riders group
Throttle n Explore is an automotive informative online community that specifically engages and unites two-wheeler owners and fans across India. It is written by, and for, passionate motorcycle riders. The community connects riders, brands, biking clubs from different states across India and provides them a worldwide platform to share their riding experiences and stories on our websites, upcoming riders directory, a monthly newspaper and social media platforms. The newspaper ‘Times Throttle’ is a RNI applied monthly newspaper. It is India’s first biking newspaper dedicated to zealous riders. The newspaper publishes articles about TNE family members, travel destinations and biking clubs. It is distributed pan India across TNE members, automotive dealers, customization garages and automotive accessory stores. This newspaper is our initiative to unite biking brotherhood and bring a revolution in the biking community in India.
Throttle N Explore has come up with India’s first monthly bikers Newspaper, (monthly 01 edition, 1000 copies.) where we will be publishing articles about riders, biking clubs and travel destinations. The newspaper is distributed among automotive enthusiast, automotive showrooms and accessory stores across India. Throttle N Explore has helped riders to set new records and has provided lead of blood donors to the vulnerable. We have also bridged the gap between men and women riders, as we believe in gender equality. We have broken social stereotypes and biking taboos and have provided safety gears for riders who can’t afford them. We want to bring a revolution in the biking community in India. Throttle N Explore is not limited to biking enthusiasts, but is a common platform for people who are keen to know about biking and travel destinations. We also provide leads for blood transfusion and assistance to our riders in case of emergency. We don’t charge any fee from our members. We want to change the mindset of people and break the stigma attached to biking.