Posted by-Kalki Team

Bike lovers often aspire to own a Harley Davidson, Royal Enfield or Triumph. But more often than not they are unable to afford buying or maintaining one. A store in ECR has been working for close to two years to help bike-lovers fulfill their dream in an economical way.

Date a Bike, is one-of-its-kind venture started by two friends and passionate bikers Vikram TS and Girish Gopalakrishnan, that gives out expensive motorcycles for rent. Their treasure trove includes Harley Davidson Street 750, Triumph Bonneville and Royal Enfield Desert Storm among others. It is a perfect option for all those who want to ride the premium high-end bikes but are afraid or unable to splurge on it. They offer orientation and test drives for first time riders as well.

The store gets a diverse range of customers including professionals, students and expats. Riders can hire a bike for 5 hours, 10 hours or even 24 hours based on requirement.

The store is tucked away at a quiet petrol bunk in Neelangarai. The concept is ‘Why buy a bike, when you can rent it’ and the duo intend to popularize bike tourism among Chennaiites. The bikes come with a complete comprehensive package which includes personal, accident as well as third party insurance

And if you are thinking, they just rent out bikes, you are mistaken. They have also curated handpicked selection of riding gears and merchandise including biker jackets, helmets, tank bags and much more. They even organize and plan bike tours across the country. They custom design long trips by booking accommodation, providing route options, package options etc. Whether you want to ride solo or in groups you can contact them for packages which can be personalized to suit your need and budget. In addition, they also provide accommodation for backpackers and budget travelers.

So next time you want to ride a mean machine to hit the roads, you know where to head to. Contact 73580 08035 or 90430 81118 for details about tariff and more source - info@cafechennai.in

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