IN THE NEWS: Motoring World

Some more media coverage this time in Motoring World.



Event: Wrenching 101 (Basic Skills) at Garage 52


So the passes have opened and its time start planning your ride to the higher reaches of the Himalayas. One of the most important things to do is to get your bike ready so that it will make the journey without any trouble. Come to Garage 52 on 8th June 2014 to learn on how to get your bike ready for this trip. We  will teach you how to fix some of the basic problems you may come across on this ride. We will have a Royal Enfield, KTM and an Impulse on which we shall demonstrate on.

The cost of this workshop will be Rs 500 per person which will include Chai and Vada Pavs and all the questions you can ask.

The event is on our Facebook Page so sign up here

If you have a group of people who are interested in learning basic skills on some other model of motorcycle you can email us at and we can set up a class specially for you guys.

Event: MotoGP Sunday at Garage 52 (Gran Premio d’Italia TIM)

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Its that time again MotoGP Sunday is around the corner. So what better place to come and watch it with other crazy Moto GP fans on a huge screen with some great snacks and supplies.

There’s a cost of Rs 500 per person which will include the food(huge burgers, hot dogs and yea there will be something for vegetarians),something cold to drink (no we cant serve beer) and not to forget the huge screen to watch the GP on. Check out our Facebook page for more details.

A bit about the Gran Premio d’Italia TIM
Located 30km north-east of Florence in the beautiful countryside of Tuscany, Mugello is a modern circuit with excellent facilities. Bought by Ferrari back in 1988, the 5.245km track has been renovated to a high standard and has a growing reputation as one of the world’s most up-to-date, scenic and safest race circuits.

A blend of slow and fast turns with sweeping curves, long straights and off-camber corners make Mugello one of the most challenging circuits for the riders and engineers. Having hosted its first MotoGP event back in 1976 the venue became a permanent fixture in 1991 after extensive refurbishment. Set within a beautiful tree lined Tuscan valley, Mugello also offers ample viewing areas for a particularly boisterous and partisan Italian crowd.

See you on Sunday