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    Default Pakistan Bikers Club : Pro File (Join 4 Free)

    From 2007 till date
    From Lahore to the world
    From 4 Guys ( 1 Founder & 3 Co-Founder Members) to Members in UK, USA, Canada, UAE, Brazil etc
    From a young 18 yrs common biker to World's Best Bikers
    From a junior member to Chris Pfeiffer member
    From Safe Biking Promotion to Responsible Biking Research Work
    From a discussion at a small tea stall to Pakistan's Leading TV Channel Programs
    From guiding youth to advising Government Institutions
    From Lahore Bikers Club to Maker of every single group of Bikers in Pakistan
    From standard to highest standard of Quality

    Are these above few lines enough for a short introduction?

    All above has been possible because of Great Bikers of Pakistan & World too, moreover different people from totally different fields have also helped or supported us. Pakistan Bikers Club  Pro File Join 4 Free -1321862

    A few words from a Senior Member:

    Despite a lapse of more than sixty years since the nation saw the rising of sun on an independent soil, there had been least development in motorcycling in Pakistan. In this respect, the wind of change first blew in the year 2007 when four friends joined hands with a resolution to do positive work for the Welfare of Motorcycling in Pakistan. They thus introduced the nation with Pakistan Bikers Club (PBC), a fast growing community dedicated to its goals. Today, PBC’s name has spread not only across nook and corned of the country but also the foreigner visitors whom PBC facilitated during their visit of Pakistan speak high of it.
    The PBC community is unique in itself for it welcomes riders despite any distinction of age, creed or the type of bike they ride. With an emphasis on safe riding the PBC community has been striving hard for the over all betterment in the motorcycling in Pakistan. A decade ago, we had only limited variety of motorcycle available locally whereas today we can witness the development; most of the companies are planning to introduce motorcycles of 150cc category and above. Part of credit for this development goes to PBC for it was PBC alone that first set forth on the crusade against stagnation in the motorcycle industry. As a representative of the motorcycling community of the country we conveyed the demands of the bikers to the motorcycle manufacturers and today we can see the fruit of it.
    The PBC community has grown considerably since 2007 and PBC is indebted to its loyal members who have helped the community in earning great respect. Fame always follows rivalry and this is true in case of PBC as well where the rivals leave no stone unturned to criticize PBC’s steadfast rule of safe riding. PBC has been a trendsetter over the years and no matter what effort other biker groups may do in Pakistan they will only follow PBC’s afterglow. PBC has become a sign of revolution. We are proud to be Pakistanis and we are proud to be the members of Pakistan Bikers Club. United we ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by star2

    @bilal you was needed, anyhow.

    Sorry but it was an emergency...

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    @bilal
    chalo..........get ready for the trip to Coastal highway. Bike wagaira check karwa lo.
    success is the ability to go from one failure to the next without any loss of enthusiasm

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    as peer meeting of yesterday





    TRIP 1:


    COASTAL HIGHWAY



    LHR KHI (TRAIN)




    KHI GAWADAR (BIKES)



    MINIMUM 7 DAYS TRIP


    NORMAL COST Rs.15,000/- PER PERSON


    DECIDED DATES: 24 12 2009 TO 1/1/2010


    in case, some members cannot join due to time problem or something else





    TRIP 2:


    DARAWAR FORT (BAHAWALPUR)



    LHR MLTN (BIKES / TRAIN)




    MLTN BWLPUR (BIKES)



    MINIMUM 4 DAYS TRIP


    NORMAL COST Rs.5,000/- PER PERSON


    DECIDED DATES: 24 12 2009 TO 28/12/2009





    bTW,


    i am planning to have a famiy Trip as decided on 8/11/2009


    so far Rehman bhai, agreed


    well, we can change the date also, if more agree





    AWARENESS TRIP


    i am going to start talks with an oil company,


    soon launching its products, after that we will talk to some media n then decide this Local Awareness Trip





    @ a freind who is leaving Pakistan soon


    WISH U GOOD LUK man
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    oe hoe
    club members
    u are going to select very tough jobs
    both trips will be very tough but second one is very ajeeeb wa gharib

    but i wish u good luck

    regards

    Mian Masood

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    @NaheeChoroonGa
    Thanx

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    @ NAHEE
    nahee dartay to aa jao
    btw, wat do u do?
    i mean job business... ?
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    trip kr=e liye kon se bike hone chaheye. minimun

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1q2w3e4r

    trip kr=e liye kon se bike hone chaheye. minimun

    Atleast a 100CC bike will do the work ... because with a bike less than that you will:


    1. Not be able to keep up with the group.


    2. You will get more tired as compared to others as smaller bikes are more uncomfortable.

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    @ 1a2r3h4h
    plus, check the tire with 70c bikes
    can it giv u a safe ride at highways?
    even if u cross 50km/hr speed
    hope u got the poinT
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    o kithey o wai saarey ???
    success is the ability to go from one failure to the next without any loss of enthusiasm

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    @star2

    I am here

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    I m also here but very Busy
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    Hazir Janab
    yehan per to sub ki bus hazryan leg rehi hain. LOL
    IGNITE YOUR LIFE WITH WHEELS.

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    Today i was reading an article and just came across few good tips for safe riding so thought of sharing with all of you... Most them we are already aware of


    1. Always wear a bike helmet
    2. Stop and check traffic before riding into a street
    3. Don't ride at night
    4. Obey traffic signs and signals
    5. Ride on the left-hand side of the street
    6. Check your brakes before riding.
    7. Give cars and pedestrians the right-of-way
    8. Wear light or bright-colored clothing so that motorists can see you
    9. Be extra careful turning right - motorists don't expect it
    10. Avoid broken pavement, loose gravel and leaves - which can cause you to lose control of your bike.

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    Riding in Wet conditions

    1. Reduce your speed by 20%. You do not have enough traction to brake hard.
    2. Ride behind one of the vehicles brake lights (not in the middle behind his number plate). If the car should stop suddenly you can slip your bike past him and therefore earn a few more meters to stop your motorcycle.
    3. Brake with your rear brake first and then progressively pile on the pressure on the front brake. If the rear wheel should lock up, LOOK UP, LOOK AHEAD, GO STRAIGHT. Yes, the bike will fish-tail around but it should remain controllable and upright.
    4. Keep your bike more upright when cornering. This is not the time to countersteer and knee scrape.
    5. Keeping your tyres on good surface. Avoid puddles and places where the tar has risen to the surface and covered the embedded pebbles forming a shiny-smooth surface. Never ride on the painted surface of a road (even in the dry - make this a riding habit!) .
    6. Avoid manhole covers and large steel plates near roadwork. Go very slowly when turning through intersections as there is more oil here due to slow moving traffic than anywhere else. Lean forward and keep lots of weight over that front wheel.
    7. Only stress your tyre traction moderately and then only in one direction at a time e.g.
      - Brake in a straight line and then turn,
      - Complete the sweeping bend and then pile on the power.
      - Release the clutch fully and then lean the motorbike over into the turn (especially true for single and twin cylinder motorcycles).
      - Apply the rear brake first (and more than usual) and then brake progressively on the front.
    8. If you are going to ride in the wet for an hour or more, decrease your tyre pressure by 25%.
    9. Do not ride through puddles where nails and other sharp objects can accumulate. A wet nail penetrates a tyre more easily than a dry one!!
    10. Know your limitations. When the rain, hail, lightening etc becomes a danger, pull off and wait for it to pass.

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    Mirrors

    It is accepted that despite two rear view mirrors, a so called 'blind spot' exists. A fast moving car travelling in your blind spot also represents the most danger to the motorcyclist. With this in mind here is a strategy for setting your mirrors.
    1. The two mirrors must not show the same traffic. What is the point of seeing the same car in stereo?
    2. The mirrors should be set so that there are no blind spots.
    3. If you can see part of your shoulder or arm in either of your mirrors, open the angle more so as to see more of the road and less of you.

    If we accept the three points above then the right hand mirror should cover the blind spot only. The left hand mirror should show us the road and traffic behind us.

    This strategy means that a car first appears in our left hand mirror. As it leaves this mirror it appears for the first time in your right hand side mirror. As it leaves the right mirror it moves into the peripheral vision of your right eye.

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    @ Bilal
    gr8 job
    thisz promotion of safe riding
    hope u njoyed the work
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    Quote Originally Posted by malikg115 View Post
    @ Bilal
    gr8 job
    thisz promotion of safe riding
    hope u njoyed the work
    Thanx...

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    Dear Motorcyclists / Riders / Bikers of ffice:smarttags" />Pakistanfficeffice" />
    Us this source for their daily life, or have been doing this,
    plz visit this topic:
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...e-pbc-pakistan
    this is for their own benefit, specially if you want progress in motor cycle industry, do join this.........
    it will take some time, but give you a lot Insha Allah
    PLZ READ ALL THE MATERIAL IN rED N bLUE (POST OF 19/11/2009)
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    @Bilalzubery

    Very nice Info (Y)
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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