Most avid racers agree that the best time to ride their bikes is well after dark, when the crazy traffic subsides. As Chopra explained, "In the day it's really a pain to ride these bikes cause they tend to get overheated and then you're in a mess. My favorite time to ride is either early in the morning or late at night. I love cruising down the Bandra Worli Sea Link, you can really open up your bike there at night."It had a surprising reference to the roads in Vizag, where Life's a beach:
Delhi is the best place to ride in India—we have the best roads in the country. I was quite surprised when I saw how good the roads were in Visakhapatnam too.
The article ends with:
Jagdish, a Delhi-based Hayabusa owner says, "There's an old biker maxim that I love: I'd rather be riding my bike thinking about God than sitting in church and thinking about my motorcycle."Ha, ha. That reminded me of this one from Steinbeck in Travels with Charley:
They used to say of the woodsman that he did his logging in the whorehouse and his sex in the woods!