Motoclubz – Reram

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This month Motoroids caught up with ‘Reram’ – the Royal Enfield club from Shillong.  Here’s all the important information about this club.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) When and where was the club formed?

A) The club was formed in the December 2006, at Jingkieng Nongthymmai, Shillong- Meghalaya when few of us buddies got together and started going for small weekend rides on our Royal Enfields.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) How often do members meet up?

A) We make it a point to meet up almost every week. The day and time are decided before hand and then informed to all the other members. Apart from discussing general rides and events, our meets are known for karaoke nights and local beer drinking sessions.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) Which aspect of riding is the group more into?

A) We are mainly into ‘Adventure Riding’ to promote eco tourism and ‘Social Work’ to spread smiles on as many people’s faces as we can, especially the needy.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) What distinguishes this biking group from others?

A) We cannot be different from other biking groups, as long as biking groups all over ride their bikes with love.

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Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) How many riders are currently associated with the group?

A) There are 30 core members and 48 other riders.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) Where is one most likely to see the group in action?

A) Revving up and down the hills of the northeastern region of India through the winding curves, foggy conditions and fabulous locales.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) Is there any biking hierarchy within the group?

A) Well, we have a President, a Vice President, General Secretary, Treasurer and a General Body of hardcore riders who discuss and decide the events, rides, etc for the club.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

Q) Are there any requisites to joining the group?

A) Yes.  a) The rider must own a Royal Enfield motorcycle. b) participate in the rides organised by the club and c) should be a safe rider and also have some technical knowledge of the bike.

Reram Royal Enfield club from Shillong

If you are interested in joining this group, drop in an email to reramshillong@gmail.com

If you want your biking group to be featured on this page, drop in a mail to clubs@motoroids.com with your group’s pictures and answers to all the above questions.

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