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The first edition of the India Bike Week saw 6,500 enthusiasts and 3,000 bikes turn up for two days of mayhem.
And the party begins ...
Yes, there were plenty of Harleys. But so were there plenty of bikes of all kinds.
The vintage bikes section saw some yesteryear beauties make an appearance.
Sometimes you could hear the music over the sound of the bikes riding in
As we found out, not all Harley riders are big and hairy.
Not all bikers are about metal, leather and black.
The Biker Breakfast Menu at J&A's, Baga.
Beautifully detailed Harley 48 built by Rajputana Customs.
The variety of bikes that turned up was amazing.
That's a Yamaha RD 350 that has the chassis, suspension and brakes to handle the power.
The Royal Enfield V-twin built by Anand Bhalerao and Dean Fernandes.
One of the most popular events at the festival was the dirt track races.
The India Bike Week had on offer everything a biker needs.
The MTT Y2K. Turbine powered. 320bhp. Top speed; 402kph.
The Full Contact Championship ...
... where sixteen cage fighters faced off for the championship.
What better way to get a good view than use one's bike for leverage?
The Gibson stall. Anyone could pick up a guitar and strum away.
The participants at the biker build-off.
... and the winners, Rajputana customs.
Mattie Griffin needs just one wheel most of the time.
Who's braver? Mattie or the bakra?
Playing with fire.
This bike is a Trike is built around a VW Beetle engine.
Guys love getting their bikes washed...
And the bands kept playing...
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