With the idea nurtured over the years, it finally took form on the 1st January 2018.
At LivingWithGravity, we understand how important it is for riders to make the best out of your journeys with your bikes and we are here for that. Giving you every vital information you may need; be it on the most suitable bike for either long or short journeys or better still information on how to tweak your bike a little bit in order to get the best performance out it all.
Knowing how advanced the world has been especially in the domain of motorcycle, in here , we make it a duty to keep our endless fan-base and amazing customers whom you are, the most up to date information as of what concerns bikes as a whole.
Many are those who have benefited from such a strong connection given that on this platform, you get to find people sharing “tips n tricks” on many aspects surrounding the use of bikes. Others are just there to find people of their locality with whom they can hit a ride around town. In a nutshell, it is quite a useful platform as well.
Our duty is to make available the history of motorcycles and their brands for those of our clients who are always after tracing everything back to their roots. Not only will this history help you understand how the brand evolved but it also helps understand the challenges that the producers may have been through before ever becoming this successful.
We make sure we do so much of an in-depth research that nothing is left out. We never know whom this story may one day inspire or better still, the person whose eyes may come across our write-ups so we make sure they are accurate and topnotch.
Lastly we will make sure that biking adrenaline will flow through your veins for real!
1.Akash Dolas : Is a motorcycle fanatic and enthusiast based in India. Since his early age he started to know motorcycles not something to be called as ” Two Wheelers ” but as a embodiment of culture .His idea to build this (LivingWithGravity ) platform was how he could help motorcycle community in various ways.
He acts as Executive Team Member on the board of LivingWithGravity and helps to drive this passionate platform on a day to day basis.
2.Christopher Bridges: Based in Sydney, Australia Christopher is a top bloke, an ex- marine engineer obsessed with bikes, so much so that he changes his bike every two year and he has had 30 sports bikes till date.
Extremely talented with lots of knowhow on engineering and he has already build his own VTR right from scratch. Apart from engineering Christopher keeps himself always updated with MotoGp, Isle of Man TT races and more.
His responsibility is to bring all the latest news from Australia and New Zealand. LivingWithGravity is lucky enough to have Christopher as its correspondent.
3.Vivek Sharma: Another talented guy with camera, based in India he acts as freelance photographer for LivingWithGravity .With tons of years of experience in photography, his expertise lies in representation of subjects using varied techniques and exclusive cameras whether they are in challenging shooting conditions. He can do it all.
His role is to provide all the latest scoops and do photo sessions for all the latest two wheel launches. Vivek’s hobby is to play with camera lens. Well I wouldn’t expect more.
4.Hinata Asahi : His sole job is to rev the liveries and see how they fair. He knows all about motorcycle engines and specializes in testing motorcycles. In his role with LivingWithGravity Hinata will act as freelance tester for motorcycles and provide his inputs to us.
With his unique style of testing the motorcycles and giving his valuable inputs to motorcycle manufacturers .He acts as a change catalyst for motorcycle industry.
Besides testing motorcycles he is big fan of Sushi and likes from “Sukiyabashi Jiro “ famous restaurant based in Tokyo. Hinata is another valuable add to LivingWithGravity Team.
Apart from the above LivingWithGravity has one more team member who likes to stay in the hood and is a great asset to the entire team and has managed a large publishing of famous magazine during his career.
You do not need a therapist if you own a motorcycle, any kind of motorcycle!