Bajaj Auto has created a club for RS 200 and Avenger owners in seven cities for now – Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad and Kolkata, called as Pulsar Maniacs and The Avenger Gods (TAG).


The club will organize activities that will help the riders in understanding the importance of safe riding habits, usage of safety gears and enhance the biking experience, claims the company. There will be no joining fee to be part of both these communities. While the Pulsar Maniacs is limited only to RS 200 owners, The Avenger Gods (TAG) will cater to the entire range of Avenger bikes across India.

Interestingly, the rides will be tailored to correspond to the positioning of the respective brands. For example, the Pulsar Maniacs will initially start with breakfast rides and then gradually progress to overnight and long distance rides, while The Avenger Gods (TAG) too will get a weekly breakfast rides to offer great getaway for most of the Avenger riders.


In addition to the weekly breakfast rides, The Avenger Gods (TAG) will be supplemented by Feel Like God (FLG) rides which will see mature riders travel long distances on their Avengers. Locations will include some of the most beautiful and offbeat places in the country. The first of such consumer trails will be flagged-off on June 23, 2016 and will head from Chandigarh to Tirthan Valley in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh.

For those who wish to join these groups, can call on these numbers;

  • Pune: 7410018222
  • Bangalore: 7349275188
  • Mumbai: 7410018221
  • Delhi: 9971700307
  • Chennai: 7338891188
  • Hyderabad: 9704699362
  • Kolkata: 9073382289

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These rides will be backed-up by service and emergency support along with the availability of riding gear.

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