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Four Hundred bikers head towards Marine Drive from Thane on Independence Day

On 70th Independence Day, when the spirit is running high around 400 riders, rode from Thane to Marine Drive, with helmets on.

As we see in any religious or political rallies, the participants usually break traffic rules. Rash driving is a routine and they ride without proper gears (helmets). But the young Indians, who wer spooted at the Express Highway, were very well equipped and even respected traffic rules.

There were around 400 bullet riders, who took the route of Western Express Highway and headed towards their destination at Marine Drive. Each bike had a National Flag tied. The riders kept the lane discipline and were constantly being monitored by the seniors.

Not only following rules was their priority, the group even stopped near Kandivali, to help a man who met with an accident by colliding his Innova car with a divider on the highway. The bikers, stopped in the way, and as a responsible citizens, they informed the police and even called up the ambulance.

“We left Thane at around 6 am and are now heading towards Marine Drive. There are around 400 bullets, who have participated in the rally,” said Vaibhav Kadam (31), who on the back seat. Kadam was assisting the traffic, while he was heading with the group.