Dhara Singh has been riding from four years now on his Classic 350 and Yamaha R15. He says, when we drive a car, we sit in a sedentary manner. Navigating a motorcycle requires more work, physically and mentally, which activates the prefrontal areas of the brain. In lay terms, this means riding keeps your brain functioning at its current prime and helps establish higher levels of concentration.

Dhara says “Invest in Experience, not in things”, this is what I believe in. In our lives, we want to do things that are different; things that not every others do. He does a lot of adventure and travelling for refreshing his mind, to explore new things, new places and new culture. Long distance Motorcycle riding is one of those exciting things he does, to know the unknowns and to know my inner-self better. He regularly goes for 300-500 KM single day rides on weekends. Multiple-day rides like, 800-1000 KM rides and even rides beyond 1500 KM also occur frequently on his list. Every time he starts his motorcycle, his heart starts pumping faster. He may not be aware of the road ahead, but the challenges motivate him more, and make him stronger. The riding adventure really has given him a greater knowledge, learning, and most above immense pleasure.