Suvro Sen, Founder & Editor-in-Chief
In my mind there are lots of question then, why engine sound of a motorcycle different from one another? We friends play with each other with on going bike besides the road of school class room about, Honda CDI vs Yamaha RX 100 engine sound.
In 2009, after lots of bargain my father agreed to buy me a motorcycle. Then I little bit confused what bike should I buy? I asked everyone one of my friends & relatives who have a owner and experience in this field. They are confused me by giving choice between Hero Honda & Bajaj.
Then I sneaking around the internet for the best bike to buy in my budget. As we know maximum motorcycle in Bangladesh import from India so I sneak around the Indian motorcycle blogs & website. YouTube also help me a lot. Then I bought my Bike Hero Honda Hunk.
I found that Indian people discuss with each other about bike review, problems, used bike buying suggestion ,bike care tips, problem solution in various blog, forums website. But in Bangladesh there are no such platform. Then I think to build a website about all Bangladeshi peoples motorcycle related topics.
In the year of 2011 about 1,12,723 bike sale in Bangladesh. It’s a growing industry, people now a days prefer bike because of traffic jam & low maintaining cost.
After 2 years of research & planning I create this blog. My goal is to help the Bangladeshi people to get the right knowledge about bike and biking.
Always ride safely, Happy Biking (><)
Piyash GRz, Adviser
Hi, I am Piyash, a GRZ by Born. GRZ means BD Ghost Riderz, Largest Biker’s club in Bangladesh. I am the founder of BD Ghost Riderz.
Motorcycle is not a word for me, for me its mean speed. When I hear the aim of BikeBD.com from Suvro, I said why not? That’s all about motorcycle in Bangladesh. As a founder of BD Ghost Riderz I join team BikeBD because GRz means motorcycle in Bangladesh.
I learned motorcycle when I was in class five. My uncle was my teacher. Every morning we some cousine escape from home to ride motorcycle. My parents try to controll me but in few years they were speechless by saw my skills..
My first bike was a Yamaha R15 V.1. I bought from my own earnings after I get admit in versity. I love speed rather then stunt…yeah that’s true. That’s for why I changed 4 Yamaha R15 V.1 & 1 Yamaha R15 V.2 . Race is on my mind. I love to travel in the highway without take any brakes.
My top speed is 158 by CBR 250 !! I travel Dhaka to Rajsahi in that time by 2.15 Hour without take any break. Yes..that kind of speed maniec is me.
I love to do stunt with FZs. What type of motorcycle stunt I can do? Well, I love to prove it only in ground rather then talk to here…ha ha ha…
My memorable scene was we five R15 V.1 rider riding at 135 KMPH at jamuna Bridge in a line, one besides another in one hand difference…My favourite Motorcyle is Yamaha R6 & Ducati 999.
My dream is search out the good riders & present them as a good stunter by properly trained them. I definitly do that with the help of Ghost Riderz. If possible I want to see Moto GP race in Bnagladesh in near future.
With my knowledge I want to help the BikeBD.com by shareing my experiance to the bikers. Bikers will going to get some usefull tips & tricks through BikeBD. So stay with BikeBD…
Md. Mithun Mridha, Adviser
My name is Md. Mithun Mridha. I’m extremely passionate about bikes.
This passion grew up inside me since my childhood when Iused to ride my father’s bike. Suddenly the passion towards biking turned into stunting right after getting my own bike.
I have been associated with BikeBD.com from its very beginning as a advisor. A biker from heart in the world of student in profession, motorcycle is part of 6 years of my life.
My wish to do something new and extra-ordinary with my passion and a habit of experimenting with new things was the major reason why I choose Stunting. I started stunting right after getting my own bike in 2007.
After starting the motorcycle stunting I become popular in my area & bikers among the Dhaka city. That’s why I was interviewed in several TV programs. I love to spent my leisure times by traveling. Ofcourse love to travel with my bike.
We some friends Create a Motorcycle group named Haunt Riderz ( HRZ) in 2007. I am a admin of this group HRz. My team HRz basically promotes stunting. apart from that we like to take part in various events which deals with motorcycling. the latest task we have done is the Velocita Generation Next, which is the first motorcyle racing event. I’m proud of my team and my team members that we could take the 1st initiative of Motorcycle racing in Bangladesh.
I love to read about Bikes. I spent a lot of time in doing this. With proper Knowledge I write reviews which aim to help the bikers of Bangladesh.
I want your support about my advisory role & would be happy to be accepted by you all.
Mahidul Islam (Mahid), Photographer
Hi! My name is Mahid and I work with BikeBD team from September 2012. Back in 2009, when I learn my first bike (SUZUKI 125cc) I feel something about freedom, speed, tours and pleasure of traveling in motorbike!
Still now riding my Brothers motorcycle (YAMAHA Libero 110cc) it gives me the best services indeed.
Well telling about my interests, automobiles, photography, gadgets, machines and everything just attracts me. Just catches my eyes and drags me towards it. Well bikes and automobiles being the top contenders among them. My biking days started even before I could realize what an engine is. Since then, I have never turned back, my interest over bikes and automobiles kept on increasing every single day.
I forgot to mention that most of the skills which I possess today are inherited from my elder brother. Well this is about me guys. I hope you guys will like my photos and contribution to BikeBD.com your suggestions and feedback’s are always welcome.
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MD. Asad Iqbal, Web Admin
Hi bikers, I am Asad Iqbal, a computer programmer by profession & bike maniac by heart. Like so many I was a regular reader of some foreign bike blogs. But I always tried to find some flavor of Bangladesh motorcycle scenario at there.
But unfortunately they only talked about bikes which are available there. It was a feeling that we are far behind from foreign countries. Even comparing with some neighbor countries we are little bit backward though the climate and roads are almost same.
So to get the flavor of Bangladesh motorcycle scenario I always fantasized to build such a blog which will express what do we enjoy here. But for my profession I was too busy. Suddenly the day at 1st November I see the BikeBd.
I was pretty amazed with some mixed feelings. Firstly, someone started something new in Bangladesh & secondly, the website look was not so professional. As a professional I can’t accept the website quality.
I directly express my opinion to Suvro sen. He then asks for my help. I am a Biker & I love my country. As BikeBD is going to represent the Bangladesh motorcycle scenario to the world I want to represent it by a professionally developed website.
Then I started my work and after four months of hard work I developed the BikeBD English website, BikeBD Bangla Version and BikeBD Forum. I appreciate if you, the readers will give your valuable opinion after visiting the website. And I’m trying my best to add some new features, hope BikeBD readers will get it soon.
Russel Rider, Adviser
They say, “Respect the person who has seen the dark side of Motorcycling and yet lived”. They also say, “Some riders choose a destination and go……and some riders pick a direction and go.” I am M Anowarul Bari (Popularly known as RR – Russell Rider). After completing my BBA, MBA from NSU, currently I am working as an Assistant Director of Bangladesh Bank and founder of BD Riderz Club .
Now comes the rider part of me. In the year 2011 (16th December), I founded BD Riderz Club to make a friendship community of Bangladeshi Motorcycle Riders. Besides making numerous friendship and brotherhood of bikers, the club also gives me an opportunity to branding Bangladesh by motorcycling touring and photography.
“It is good to have an END to JOURNEY towards; But it is the JOURNEY that matters at the END.”
You can call me a highway freak or a speed freak. Highway is my true home. I can’t recall how many times I packed my bag, lit a cigar, have a cup of coffee then suddenly choose a direction and rev up my throttle in full twist to explore the bright or dark side of motorcycling whatever you call. Highway is way too much risky but you know, “the greatest risk in one’s life is taking NO risk at all.” I have already explored all mentionable places of Bangladesh either by a solo ride or by a team/group ride. It is my passion to ride the all beautiful places of Bangladesh and capture the beauty our beloved motherland has within it. Anyone says Bangladesh has no beautiful road to ride or no beautiful place to watch, I would invite him/her to come and ride with me and I promise I will show you the heaven in our very motherland’s womb.
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
I wholeheartedly welcome and wish good luck to Suvro Sen. This is a great journey to educate our motorcycle riders about many aspects of motorcycling be it a bike review, be it a article how to do the paperwork or be it safety or techno tips. Good luck BIKEBD as a first motorcycle blog of Bangladesh. We are proud of you and with you always.
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Wasif Anowar, Assistant Editor & Author
To me biking is freeing your SOUL which can FLY with the wind. And what about a bike that doesn’t have a SOUL. Hi am Wasif Anowar being a editor for BikeBD for the last 6 months or so. Usually am a DIE HARD F1 and Motogp fan. One day I was at howdie and came to know about Suvro Sen who those days used to ride a HH Hunk.
As I had a HH Glamour we talked about how they were similar and all. Then I came to know about his blog and his dream about it .Then seeing my enthusiast about bikes he asked me to write some articles for his blog and the rest is history. These days am also acting as a marketing manager for the blog. My first bike was a Walton Leo which I owned for 9 months then I switched to HH Glamour. I am new in the biking community but in this short time I meet many good chaps.
I love touring and when it is a BIKE then for sure that’s a treat. I want to thanks Suvro Sen for giving me the opportunity to express and share my biking thoughts with reader of BIKEBD and also to all those bikers in BD without whom BIKEBD wouldn’t have had come where it is now.
SalehMd Hassan, Author
Riderz, its SalehMd Hassan from Rangpur. Don’t be disappointed as I’m not a bike maniac rather than a frequent rider. But some obsessions are inevitably inseparable to my lifestyle. Motorbike is one of them. There is something always revs hard inside me. And it gets language when I ride hard my stallion. Yes! Bike is like my stallion where I am the outlaw riding on him. I dream to trailing toward the endless, riding on him. So it always revs hard inside me like an outlaw.
It started to ride on the wheels on 1992 when I was the student of seventh class. I have passed a long splendid period of 21 years till 2011 with my fathers silver stallion ‘Honda H100S CDI‘ (where the first stallion of our stable was ‘Yamaha YBR’ 100cc). And that was a really silver line of my life with that Bike. He never let me down on road. And at 2010 we integrated another stallion ‘Yamaha Fazer 153‘ at our stable. After getting that, some unseen trail unfolded before me.
As bike is the essential companion of my life so I really understand its value in my life. To me bike is a living being, and so I call it as stallion. I always tried to know my companions every detail. And it always responded to me. So here I am attached with Suvro Sen & BikeBD.
Here we are incited to give maximum support to the huge bike maniac, lover, rider and especially to the mass common user of bike in our country. And we the BikeBD team is working for that especially for our Bangladeshi community. So, hope you guyz are always with us to swallow yourselves by our bike digests. Keep riding & ride safe on your trail.
Want to become an Author for BikeBD? Contact us at allbikebd[at]gmail.com and tell us about your biking passion. Don’t send us the traditional corporate resumes, we will not read it!