Bajaj has launched two exclusive riding communities today – the Pulsar Maniacs and The Avenger Gods (TAG) to celebrate World Motorcycle Day and also cater to the growing number of motorcyclists who use their bikes for leisure.
The Pulsar Maniacs group caters exclusively to Pulsar RS 200 owners, while The Avenger Gods (TAG) is a dedicated riding club for owners of the entire range of Avenger cruisers.
The groups’ activities will be organised and supervised by expert riders from Bajaj, during which, safety gear and emergency support services will be provided.
Activities of the communities will comprise weekly rides and long-distance rides. Membership for Avenger and Pulsar RS 200 owners is free. The TAG group will feature FLG rides (Feel Like God), which will take its members to various destinations across India. The first FLG ride will flag off on June 23, where a total of 15 riders will ride from Chandigarh to Tirthan valley and back for a total of 700km.
The riding activities will commence in seven metros – Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and Kolkata – post which, the groups will expand into smaller locales.
Prior to the launch of the riding communities, Bajaj has already organised stunt-shows like Pulsar Mania and Pulsar Festival of Speed, India’s first speed-biking festival held earlier this year.