Arunachal Bullet Club hosted Riders’ Meet at Changlang district
Publish Date : 09/03/2022
Changlang, March 8, 2022: Arunachal Bullet Club (ABC) hosted 4th edition Rider’s meet on theme “Celebrating 15 years of Brotherhood“ since 2007. The programme concluded here at Changlang district on March 6, 2022 culminating the ride to Namdapha and Vijayanagar. Around 35 Clubs with 430 rider members including 3 lady riders from all over northeast states and one from West Bengal took part in the event. The Bike rallies and Street shows by Tani Daughters crew from Itanagar and Anti-drugs campaigns by ABC in various villages of the district were amongst the prominent highlights of the events.
The major attraction of the 2 days long Bikers meet included promotion of local products, local Cuisines and Arts in the form of exhibition Stalls showcasing indigenous Handloom & Handicraft products by Artisans, Food Stalls by various women groups, Traditional Dance & Arts display. Open Mic Performances, Sports events & Performances by prominent Artists and Bands like Daniel Boko & the Soul Rebels, Eastern Aria, Lixir Riba, Cobin AR-01 were the star highlights of the Night fests.
Royal Arunachal Riders, Running Wolves Club, United Riders Club of Nagaland, Gurkha Riders of Darjeeling, Royal Motors of Manipur, ILT of Tripura, Red Line Brothers of Assam were amongst the many prominent Biker Clubs who took part in the Meet. The ABC (Arunachal Bullet Club) Chief Tanung Jamoh thanked the Deputy Commissioner Changlang Dr Devansh Yadav and Commandant 9-Assam Rifles Colonel Surendar Kumar for overall cooperation in smooth conduct of the event at Changlang district. The program culminated at Namdapha with the ABC Chief handing over of the UG flag to Jambilli Motor Cycle Club who would be the next host for the Riders’ Meet to be held at Karbi Anglong, Assam.