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Old 22 Sep 2004
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India, new delhi

hey there bikers
i am from new delhi , india
we are the biggest community of bikers in india
if ne one of u is touring in and around new delhi , india , do get in touch with us for ne needs or if u face ne probs in accomodation,bike service etc
after all , a biker can help a biker
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Hi Bunny Punnia
We are from Russia.
We want travel from Mumbai to Delhi
3 jan(mumbai) to 14 jan(delhi)
Can anyone recommend any Enfield or other moto dealers/mechanics etc or suggest the location of Mumbai(Bombay), in either Bombay or Goa. Every city has a street where all the shops selling the same stuff are located.
Want to rent a bike or possibly buy a bike with a guaranateed buyback(better). Where do other travellers sell their bikes?
We will be in Mumbai 3 jan 2005 - 2 man & 1 women

Thanks

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hi there
i am in new delhi. but have good friends in mumbai (bombay)
their emails are :
ken_1980 (((A-t))) hotmail (you know what goes here)com
or
maximus_arelius777 (((A-t))) hotmail (you know what goes here) com
or
satyajeetbhaskare (((A-t))) hotmail (you know what goes here)com

take my reference

they will definately help you out.
get in touch with them

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HI! I am looking for tires, 90/90-21 and 140/80-18. Do u think this is available in Delhi? I stay near Jhansi right now and ride a KTM to Kathmandu.
Thanx, Kim. chrisomarmon@gmx.de
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I'm in need of the same size rear but in Kerala!!!!

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Big bike tyres in India

Hi,
I realise this is an old thread but I'll put my experience here. We could not find tyres in India, 140/80 17 and 150/70 18, in July 2014. Apparently a few years back the Indian government changed the law and now tyres sold in India must be approved (INSS) which I'm told is a costly exercise so if the market is small for the big Adventure type bike tyres nobody will spend the money to import the tyres and get them approved.
I ended up getting tyres sent to Delhi from ZenOverland in the UK. It cost quite a bit in freight and duty but at least we got the right tyres for our bikes. ZenOverland did a great job getting the tyres to us in under a week. I would recommend them if you need tyres to be sent overseas.
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