A 3 day ride! - 100+ thumping on 2 wheels - an exotic location - curvy roads - scenic route - 3/4 star equivalent venue - a DJ night - live performance by a band - fun activities through the day - awesome group of like minded people
All this and more... BULLETEER ride!
It all began in *2008* when a small bunch of friends came together and started riding, and look how far we've come since then!
From newbies to old souls, from kids to adults, from single to married, and everything in between, it has been the journey of a lifetime. Here's to all the bikers, the friends, the family, and the kindred spirits who have made us what we are today. The Bulleteers.
AND... our next ride i.e Vol.16 is here! This time we ride to God's Own Country and hit the coastal belt. The destination is KANNUR!!! The ride dates are February 15, 16, 17.
A brief intro & write up on Kannur, Kerala
Kannur is a coastal city in the south Indian state of Kerala. It was once an ancient trading port. Enduring monuments such as 16th-century St. Angelo Fort, once occupied by European colonial forces, show the citys significant role in the spice trade. Housed in a former palace, the Arakkal Museum highlights Kerala's one Muslim royal family. The palm-fringed sands of Payyambalam Beach run along Kannurs western shore. Kannur is often known as "The crown of Kerala" because of its natural treasures is edged by the Western Ghats in the east, Kozhikode and Wayanad districts in the south, Lakshadeep Sea (Laccadive Sea) in the west and Kasargod in the north. Kannur is popularly known as "The city of Looms and Lores" because of the loom industries functioning in the district and ritualistic folk arts called Theyyam held in temples. Kannur has a rich culture, history and traditions that are often connected with many scholars and legends from this region and also known as "The land of looms and laurel"..
Kannur is of great strategic military importance in India. Kannur Cantonment is one of the 62 military cantonments in the country and is the headquarters of the Defence Security Corps and Territorial Armys 122 Infantry Battalion (part of the Madras Regiment). The Indian Naval Academy (INA) is 35 km north of Kannur City. It is Asia's largest and the world's third largest naval academy. An Indian Coast Guard Academy has received approval to be built at Kannur. This academy will be built on the banks of Valapattanam River at Irinave, east of Azhikkal.