How to take a motorcycle rally to the next level

In 2020, more than 600 motorcyclists from all over the world are expected to take to the roads in India for the first ever motorcycle rally.

In 2020 alone, a total of 6,000 people will participate in the annual event, organised by the Indian Motorcycle Rally Federation.

It is the third largest motorcycle rally in the world and is held in the backdrop of the country’s ongoing unrest in the aftermath of the anti-incident protests.

The event is expected to generate a lot of publicity, especially since it will coincide with the India Day celebrations.

The rally takes place in the heart of the capital city of Delhi, with an estimated 1.5 million spectators expected to be on the streets, with a further 100,000 on horseback.

This year’s event, which will feature around 400 different motorcycle classes, will feature a wide range of classes, from super rally to rallycross, road, roadcross, motorcycle, street, and rally.

In terms of the main event, it will see a handful of races, including the Bollywood-style Bollywood Bikes Rally in the form of the Delhi Rally, the World Rallycross Championship and the Indian Superbike Championship.

The rally will also see the return of some familiar names from the past, such as Harley Davidson, Harley King, Yamaha and Kawasaki.

This year’s rally will be held in a large, indoor arena that will be decorated with a large rainbow backdrop.

The venue is a joint venture between the Indian Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, and the state government of Delhi.

The organisers hope that it will attract people to the capital’s streets and boost its tourist season.

As well as the main rally, there will be three different categories of motorcycle races to cater for the various motorcycle types, including street and rallycross.

These three categories are the Indian Rallycross, World RallyCross and Indian Superbikes.

Indian rallycross and motorcycle rallycross are the two main events that take place in India during the summer.

The Indian RallyCross, for example, sees the drivers of four different motorcycles take to a road and take turns for two minutes.

The other major event is the World rallycross in which drivers compete on the same track and take to each other’s tires for two-and-a-half minutes.

While the two races are quite different in their form, both are also very similar in the amount of spectators that will gather to watch.

Both events feature the drivers racing each other on a track in the centre of Delhi’s main thoroughfare, which is the main thoroughfares main street.

The races are held in tandem with the Indian government’s ‘Tranquility Day’ celebration.

This is a day during which visitors from all across India can come to Delhi to celebrate the ‘Travelling Home’ festival.

After the rally and the day’s celebrations, the riders of each class race around the same tracks for two to three minutes before setting out for the next round.

These three types of races will form the heart and soul of the Indian motorcycle rally and highlight the diverse nature of the motorcycling community.

According to a spokesperson for the Indian National Motorcycle Association, the aim of the event is to give people in India a unique and meaningful opportunity to take part in motorcycle rally, and to give them a chance to experience and enjoy the sport for the very first time.

“The Indian Motorcycling Association has always said that we believe that motorcycle rally is a wonderful opportunity for Indian citizens to experience the sport in its purest form, to participate in an event that will highlight their passion and drive,” said Kunal Kapoor, President of the IMA.

“The IMA has always supported Indian motorcyle enthusiasts in their efforts to provide an opportunity to enjoy and engage with motorcycle racing, and we look forward to seeing what the fans and spectators in India can achieve in 2020,” he added.