1. Police Men
Patrolling the roads of any metropolitan city easily adds hundreds of miles every day to the odometer. This is one over timed and underpaid job none of us wants to do, even if the job description says – “You would be required to ride a Harley.”
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2. Pizza delivery guy
Next time you order you pizza, ask him how much he travels in a day. You will be surprised to know the distance they cover in a week itself.
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3. Courier guy
Same it is with delivery guys who do this thankless job every day. However Google (India) thinks otherwise.
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4. Roadside/Service Center Mechanic
Mechanics are super humans who save our day when things go wrong with our bikes. However, the paying scale standard even in a branded service center is too less for them to care and identify motorcycling as a passion.
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5. Your milkman.
Yes, some of them buy the same expensive sporty bike as yours and then turn it into a delivery vehicle (total face palm). But these guys do cover big areas and societies for their customer base. You get up at 5 am on weekends for a ride, they do it every morning.
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6. Your neighbour, Sharma ji
Your neighbourhood uncle/bhaiya who commutes to the office every day on his bike is technically more active than most of the seasonal riders. For many, Noida to Gurgaon and back (90-120 km) every day is a routine.
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Some people living in remote areas have their bikes as the sole mode of transport for inter-city or for that matter, even interstate traveling. You can’t ignore locals riding on underpowered, overloaded motorbikes on Indian highways.
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8. Insurance agent/service engineer
Handling maximum calls in a day is the daily target for men working in service or logistics industry, where they rush to locations far away from their office on motorcycles, to visit customers and get their queries sorted, round the year.
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Know anyone who rides like this crazy but still doesn’t connect with his motorcycle emotionally? Let us know in the comment section.