More from Motoring

We often find ourselves wandering through life, pondering over its mysteries in the same old order. We question everything — reality, meaning, purpose, and where we fit into the grand scheme of things. Most of the time, it all seems like a jumbled mess, a sentiment echoed by many. But what if it wasn’t? What if there was a cleverly crafted epidemic, of human making of course, designed to bring clarity to all of it? Let us spin you a tale, without any ifs or buts.

Ask any Harley owner, from the young X440 ones to the seasoned riders on heritage classics, they’ll all tell you the same thing — riding their bike makes everything feel just right. It’s not just about the power, it’s about the spirit that fills you up when you hit the road. And so, one fine Sunday morning, a group of riders from the Harley Owners Group, Bangalore, set off for the iconic Saravana Bhavan dosa joint. Valuing punctuality, the riders were up at the crack of dawn, ready to roll towards the Tamil Nadu border.

The roads of Bangalore, much to the chagrin of its residents, are surprisingly pleasant in the mornings. Manoeuvring through traffic with ease showcased not just the power of the motorcycle, but also the rider’s discipline, with marshals keeping a watchful eye and offering assistance to newcomers. Before they knew it, the riders had reached their destination. They tucked in some hot dosa and chai, with the conversations flowing freely, new friendships being forged, and a longing for the next weekend adventure already taking root.