Have you ever considered taking your motorcycle on a trip to another country? Have you ever considered how intriguing it might be? Many people all over the world dream of travelling to different countries, and some even make it a career. Several countries own many types of vehicles, but the motorcycle is one of the most popular. We the road safety patrol club of Kumaraguru College of Technology planned held an event called “BIKE AROUND THE EQUATOR.” We contemplated hosting this event with the KCT Rotaract group.

Many eager riders considered, and some had attempted, a bike ride to the next state or nation, but failed to attain their goal. They may not have achieved their goal because they lacked proper directions, experiences, or a proper plan for what they needed to do, among other things. Mr. Rtn. Fedricks John, who is a director, EVP, and Site Head at Person, as well as a Harvard Business School Exec. Ed. Alumni, and a member of the NASSCOM National SME Council-Institute of Directors, was invited as the chief guest for this event. Mr. Dharanivel, a third-year electric and electrical engineering student who is a dedicated motorcyclist and the youngest person to receive an award from the India Book of Records and Kalam’s World Records for lengthy trip while travelling solo on a motorcycle, was also invited as a speaker.

They discussed for about 45 minutes about their experiences, including how they first became interested in riding motorcycles, what all challenges they faced, how they intended to ride a motorcycle from one country to another, and how they reached their destinations. Participants were enthralled by their discussion and bombarded the speakers with questions, as well as sharing their own experiences. The discussion became even more interactive, allowing the participants to learn more about one other. Many attendees gave favourable feedbacks and expressed an interest in attending future events.