India Bike Week 2023 Ends: Vintage Rides, Crazy Stunts And Rocking Music Mark Decade Celebrations
News by Team Drivio | 21st Dec 23
The 10th edition of the very popular bike show was concluded recently
- India Bike Week completed its tenth anniversary in Goa
- Four-day event from December 15-18 held at Little Vagator Beach
- Over 25,000 attendees immersed in bikes, food, music, and stunt shows
The tenth edition of India Bike Week (IBW) culminated on December 18th, 2023 after a four-day festival of motorcycles, food, and music. Held at Little Vagator Beach in Goa, Asia’s largest biking festival saw over 25,000 enthusiasts come together to celebrate their common passion.
Some awaited bike launches like the Aprilia RS457, Kawasaki W175, and custom edition of Harley Davidson X440 (showcased), along with several others were high points of the revered bike festival.
Metal, Rubber & Adrenaline: A Biker’s Paradise
This year’s Bike Week was themed “Everyone as One” signifying the uniting spirit of bikes. Accordingly, the festival area was transformed into a biker’s paradise with designated displays for vintage café racers, cruisers, off-roaders, superbikes, and more.
Death-defying stunt performances were the highlight with national and international stunt riding crews battling nerves of steel to pull off gravity-free formations, stoppies, and wheelies much to the delight of cheering crowds. Female stunt rider Tarushi Verma and the Indian Army Signal Corps motorcycle display team were among the star attractions.
Beats & Bites: Fuel for the Open Road
No biking festival is complete without the right music and IBW had an electrifying live stage with Indian rock bands belting classics late into the night. Food trucks dished out lip-smacking global cuisines to keep energy levels fueled for the demonstrations. Of course, cold beers kept spirits running high during the extravagant four days!
Various bike builder collectives like 7Race Customs, EIMOR Customs, and Bhai dooj Benelli wowed visitors with their outrageous creations including futuristic concepts, vintage café bobbers, and wild modified Harleys and Indians.
Overall, the tenth anniversary IBW was a fitting celebration of bringing bikers across the country together through their shared craze for two-wheeled freedom machines. Next year’s lineup promises to be even bigger and better!