Mangaluru man wins national bike stunt competition, receives honour from employer


Mangaluru: A young man from Pajeer village in Mangaluru has made his hometown proud by winning the first prize in the national Pulsar Mania 2:0 Bike Stunt and Driving Skills competition organized by Bajaj Auto Limited in Mumbai. Nauman Pajeer, who works as a sales executive at AK Group, a leading automobile dealer in Mangaluru, received a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh and a brand new Pulsar NS 200 bike from the company.

A dream come true for Nauman

Nauman, who hails from a humble background, has been passionate about bikes and stunts since his childhood. He started practicing bike stunts at the age of 15 and participated in many local and state-level competitions. He also joined a bike stunt group called Team Gravity and performed in various events and shows.

Nauman said that he always dreamed of participating in the national level competition and showcasing his skills to a wider audience. He said that he was thrilled when he got selected for the Pulsar Mania 2:0 contest, which was held in Mumbai from December 18 to 20. The contest was open to all Pulsar owners and enthusiasts across the country and had three rounds of challenges: speed, agility, and stunt.

Mangaluru man wins national bike stunt competition

Nauman said that he faced tough competition from over 100 participants, but he was confident of his abilities and performed his best. He said that he was overjoyed when he was declared the winner and received the prize from the Bajaj officials. He said that he dedicated his victory to his parents, his team, and his employer, who supported him throughout his journey.

AK Group honours Nauman for his achievement

Nauman’s employer, AK Group, which is the authorized dealer of Bajaj Auto Limited in Mangaluru, honoured him for his achievement and felicitated him at a function held at their showroom on Saturday. The chairman of AK Group, Abdul Khader, along with the directors, managers, and staff, congratulated Nauman and presented him with a memento and a bouquet.

Abdul Khader said that Nauman was a valuable employee of the group and had been working with them for the past four years. He said that Nauman was not only good at his sales job, but also had a remarkable talent for bike stunts. He said that Nauman had brought laurels to the group and the city by winning the national contest and proved that nothing was impossible with hard work and dedication.

He said that the group was proud of Nauman and would continue to support him in his future endeavours. He also thanked Bajaj Auto Limited for organizing such a platform for bike lovers and giving them an opportunity to showcase their skills.

Nauman aims to inspire more youngsters to pursue their passion

Nauman said that he was grateful to AK Group for honouring him and appreciating his talent. He said that the group had always encouraged him to pursue his passion and provided him with the necessary facilities and guidance. He said that he was lucky to have such a supportive employer and colleagues.

Nauman said that he wanted to inspire more youngsters to follow their dreams and not give up on their hobbies. He said that he hoped to participate in more national and international competitions and represent Mangaluru and India on the global stage. He said that he also wanted to train and mentor more aspiring bike stunters and help them achieve their goals.

Nauman said that bike stunting was not just a sport, but an art and a lifestyle. He said that it required a lot of practice, patience, and perseverance. He said that he followed the safety rules and wore the proper gear while performing stunts. He advised the youngsters to do the same and not to indulge in rash or reckless driving on the roads.


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