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Sonia Jain, Only woman to have ridden most motorcycles in India, Enters Record Books

She has ridden 100 different motorcycle models ranging from 60cc 63kg Synny to 1811cc, 360kg Indian Roadmaster.

  • Chhavi Kaushik
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Sonia rides the Bobby

One of India’s top women bikers, Sonia Jain has made us proud by registering her name in the Limca Book of Records and India Book of Records (IBR) for the year 2017. She has ridden 100 different motorcycle models ranging from 60cc 63kg Synny to 1811cc, 360kg Indian Roadmaster as of August 16, 2016. Interestingly, this is the highest number of motorcycles ridden by an Indian woman. Each motorcycle has been ridden a minimum of 5km to 500km.

In 2009, Delhi-based Sonia Jain had won ‘The India Bike Rally’ organized by Yamaha and BIGADDA. It was her first achievement, followed by several motorcycling competitions and rally races. She rode the 1811cc Indian Vintage from Delhi to Pune, and 800cc Triumph Tiger covering 1900kms across 6 cities in Rajasthan. Sonia also participated in MTV’s ‘Chase the Monsoon’ Season 4 riding from Shimla to Ooty (3,000km).

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Some of the mean machines that have been ridden by her include the 1811 cc Indian Roadmaster, HD Roadking, Ducati Monster, Hayabusa and Yamaha MT01 and more. She also rode some Vintage motorcycles such as Ariel, BMW R69, Rajdoot GTS 175/ Bobby and Triumph 1942 3HW.

Excited with this new milestone and recognition, Sonia Jain commented, “This is indeed a very big deal for me and I am thankful to all the opportunities that I have received. When you are passionate and believe in something/ anything so strongly it works as your strength and pulls you up to make you a stronger and better person. That’s exactly how I feel about my sport. My passion keeps me happy, healthy and focused. I have been in this profession for 8 years and I look forward to learn something new every day. I still have a long way to go and many new roads to tread.”

 

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