Varad More – The “Speedy” MotoletheDecember 24, 2021
Making motorcycles look good since 1984.
Speed, music, art, beer, animals, whisky/whiskey and coffee.
This is Varad More on Instagram. Varad More is a name that needs no introduction, yet the best way to introduce you to him is by him alone. The first impression with Varad is polite and professional courtesy in person and it is finesse on two wheels. It has been the same ever since !!
This is the Christmas weekend and here is a surprise for our readers.!!
We have been saving this interview for the special weekend. Here’s why:
Motolethe is defined differently in various dictionaries. To talk about us, Motolethe is the culmination of a motorcycle and athlete. Hence ”Moto-lethe (just like Lathe- lathe machine)”.
The final idea dates back to two inspirational events. The zenith of this endeavor is of not one but two individuals:
Putting the pieces together in the puzzle like glue is where Varad More Fits in. He is one of the motorcyclists on whom the following paragraph is based –
There are various genres of motorcyclists, some of them are
Professional track racers – Motogp, supermoto etc.
Motocross or Supercross with their various classes
Freestyle Stunt motorcyclists
Endurance/ saddle sore/ race riders
Street racers – like isle of man
Research, development and testing pilots
Yes, Varad in case you haven’t guessed it yet – you are one of the few motorcyclists that is a core ingredient to “The Motolethe“. We thank you for taking out time from your busy schedule for this interview. Suffice to say, that we are in gratitude to you for being the inspiration and your continued efforts to educate and mold motorcyclists, after all –
“You meet the nicest people on motorcycles”
How did your association with motorcycling begin?
Well, my dad was into motorcycles and was one of the smoothest riders I have ever gotten to be pillion with. My mom still says on a bike, she would never be scared of riding alongside him. Anywhere. Though he chose the conventional work life and gave up on bikes – but only until the first-gen Hero Honda CBZ happened. After a decade on Vijay Super and a CD100, he was happy to be back on the CBZ in 1999. That was technically my first motorcycle. Well, I mean if you still believe in ‘Ride it like you stole it.’ #IYKYK
Tell us about your first motorcycle
If you had to bring back a motorcycle from the past it would be the _______
Who is your inspiration/ idol in the world of Automotive space (not just journalism) (either or both) and why?
If you were not a motorcyclist & a photographer (as you are today) you would have been a _______
A wildlife naturalist. Back then WWF was the goal, today it would have been @Natgeo or @DiscoveryEarth. Actually wanted to be a musician, but my sense of music is as warped as some of our moto-influencers, who think dancing around a bike is as much fun as riding them. By the way, I’m also a trained dancer. #JustSaying
As we know it today, you are a multi-faceted motorcyclist-
- Automotive Journalist
- Expert Rider
- Stunt/ Precision Rider
- Coach & more)
please do share some details of your journey with us?
The road ahead for Varad More is …
Full of adventures. After all, adventures cannot be planned.
Your idea of your dream motorcycle is (Do not specify any brand or type)
You wear a helmet because
A message for budding motorcyclists & your followers
A healthy beating heart powered by the right wrist, is forever.