The second version of the Vintage & Motorcycle show will take place at Khasa Kothi hotel, Jaipur. The dates fixed for the show are 16th and 17th February.
The said Vintage & Motorcycle show will offer a stage to over 100 traditional and standard bikes made between the years 1933 and 1980, the majority of which have been fabricated in the first and second world battle.
As per the show arrangers, a few of the motorcycles are the most uncommon as well as exclusive, and have never been altered to safeguard the tradition; seven of these motorcycles were on presentation at India Bike Week in addition. Visitants will obtain an opportunity to witness motorcycles from a few well known brands that consists of James, Norman, BSA bikes, Triumph, Indian, Royal Enfield, Harley-Davidson, Excelsior and many others.
The 2 day occasion will begin on the coming Friday (16 Feb, 2013). Her Excellency Margaret Alva, Governor, Rajasthan State will kick off the show whilst Princess Diya Kumari of Jaipur and Honorable Narendra Singh will be the chief guest.
On the second day of the occasion, that is, 17 Feb, 2013, there will be a motorcycle rally around the city commencing from the site to continue to the Jawahar Circle ending at venue; this rally will have approximately hundred, traditional motorcycles impressing the Pink City from 2 pm to 4pm that will be flagged-off by B.L. Soni, Police Commissioner, Jaipur City.
After the bike rally, an award ceremonial occasion will take place in order to accolade the motorcycle possessors. Thakur Vikram Singh, President, Golf Club, Jaipur and Mr. Satish Jangir, Owner, Oriented Restorer will pass judgment on the bikes for a variety of prize categories.
The occasion is being set up by Convoy Control Club, which is a union of motorcyclists who have interest in vintage motorcycles as well as literary legacy. The Convoy Control Club is devoted to serve the culture with its eagerness and has been engaged in a range of social causes, such as female feticide, HIV acquired immune deficiency syndrome and rights of deaf and dumb. They arrange motorcycle rallies on a variety of social cases and slogan behind this show is to augment the fervor for the vintage motorcycles and tradition.
Mr. Upendra Shastri, President of Convoy Control Club, stated, “I began this club in the year 1995 with the thought of maintaining our artistic heritage, at the moment we have developed to 166 associates, all of us being equally fervent regarding our objectives.”
With the aim to add extra spark to the grand show, a set of Harley possessors named Jodhpur Harley-Davidson group is driving down to Jaipur in order to exhibit their rides in the exciting show.
Mr. Upendra Shastri also said that they have to confront a lot of troubles to arrange the event because of financial causes. And it carries on to this existing event in addition.
This time as well, the Convoy Club xnb doesn’t have any supporters; but, the Department of Rajasthan Tourism is the venue sponsor of the occasion, he also sated.
Mr. Upendra added up, “We are anticipating an excellent comeback this time, last time we exhibited around 70 motorcycles, but this time we are anticipating 120 motorcycles, we are developing good and I feel that we have been victorious to encourage individuals to conserve their inheritance.”