Solo bike riders have a pleasant journey and they have to discover unknown places. Travelling gives pleasure and makes a person explorer. As a child, Rahul Pratap Singh always enjoyed travelling and in his grown-up years, he thought he could pursue this passion as a sustainable career.
We all are aware that Youtube has enabled many content creators to create value in their life by entailing quality and engrossing content. Many people are seen showing off the lavish lifestyle whereas Rahul Pratap Singh began on the humble ground and started to explore our ancient culture and civilization through biking. He has travelled to the many Indian States on his bike, like Rajasthan, Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. When he would go on a ride, record it to edit and share his adventurous rides on Youtube.
By the end of the year, he aims to complete Indian bile travel and posts the travel diaries regularly on his Youtube Channel.
Born in Varanasi and brought to numerous places in India as his father is serving in the Indian Army, Rahul was a natural explorer. Additionally, when Rahul started his journey as a solo biker vlogger, he faced many hiccups and learnt many lessons during that course. Sometimes you have to face odds on the roads and beyond, as food and safety are also concerned.
Our country is incredible and exploring our vivid nation is a fascinating experience and gives a glimpse of the diverse landscape, and culinary delights, adventure activities it is also considered one of the most ancient civilizations in India. Few acts of generosity are also carried out during his adventure trips and when his solo rides come with their own set of challenges. In his future rides, he also aims to bring some social causes associated with the rides. While connecting viewers for the adventurous rides, Rahul Pratap Singh also shares his candid and untouched moments, this keeps his viewers quite hooked up to his channel.
Rahul contemplated himself as a “Challenger on Bike” who spears the air and reaches the goal while enjoying the journey. During his journey, he connects with people and explores almost every cuisine and culture of that area. As he has travelled to more than four States, he shares his experience that rural India where colourful art and culture along with beautiful landscapes. The diversity is also shown in the architectural monuments of the States, be it forts of Rajasthan or temples of Himachal or Uttrakhand, which bespoke the traditional aspects of the country.