I’d like to introduce you to an Indian motovlogging channel called “Biking In India“. It’s a YouTube channel that explores the streets of Chennai, and beyond.
I’ve ridden the same bike for 11 years, and been through quite a few silly incidents with it in that time. Like this one. Through it all, one experience that has not been diluted is the experience of travelling on Indian roads. If anything, it has only become more intense.
Motovlogging YouTubers from India
“Biking In India” is one of the new wave of Indian Moto Vloggers who have started posting their videos on YouTube. Take a look at the channel trailer. I think it summarises this motovlogger’s channel quite decently.
Some of my favourite Indian Motovloggers
Some of the other biking vloggers in India that I find have something interesting to talk about and contribute are:
This list is in no particular order of preference and hopefully will be updated. I can see that the inspiration to motovlog has come from the west though. While in India riding a motorcycle is very common (although not sports or higher capacity bikes), it isn’t so common in the west. However, higher cubic capacity bikes are making their way to India and leisure riding is becoming more common, and with it comes the need to be a part of a unique group of individuals. Riding clubs are becoming more common, as are weekend getaway trips.
Documenting all these are the motovloggers mentioned above. Many of them also just document their daily commute to and from work, all the while showing off our ‘unique’ roads… Cows, Cops, jaywalkers, people who are unaware of the rules and more craziness.
Now go ahead and watch that video. You should also check out the other motovloggers that I’ve mentioned because their work is unique, and needs your support. See you around soon.
Vlogging and Motovlogging around the world
Note: I forgot to mention some of my favourite western motovloggers. Top of the list is Walteriffic, followed by others like Motonosity, Chase on 2 Wheels, and others. I distinctly have a preference for vloggers who don’t swear. Walteriffic is like that, as is Motonosity. Among the daily vloggers who keep things clean is “Casey Neistat”…
Amazing work by all these people, and I’m constantly amazed by the quantum of video content that is going online every single day! It’s a torrential downpour!
Now, like I said… Go watch those videos.