7 months ago
HIT THE ROAD WITH TIDINALO
Nkululeko “Nkulee-GP” Pitso rides at least five days of the week.  ~ 

Nkululeko “Nkulee-GP” Pitso is a manager at Construction Project and a member of the Immortals Brother/Sisterhood riders’ club.

He currently lives in Meadolands, z one 9, Soweto.

Q: Why do you like biking?

A: I like biking because commuting on two wheels is easier and more fun than in a car.

Q: How long have you been riding?

A: For seven months now.

Q: Are you licensed to ride?

A: Yes.

Q: What bike do you own?

A: A Honda CBR 1000 RR

Q: How did you learn to ride?

A: A friend, Bonolo “Lekarati” Tlhapi, taught me. He also introduced me to the Immortals biking club.

Q: Did you give your bike have a nickname?

A: Yes, she is Tidimalo.

Q: Have you customised her?

A: Not so far it. She is as I bought her from the dealer.

Q: How often do you ride?

A: I make sure that I ride five days out of the week.

Q: How far have you ridden?

A: The longest ride that I have done was a 200km trip to the North West.

Q: Do you have any traffic fines?

A: No, I do not have any because I obey the rules of the road. I encourage others to do the same.

Q: What colour is your bike?

A: My bike is blue with a dash of black.

Q: Do you wear safety gear?

A: Yes, I do. I have a helmet, leather jacket and a pair of leather trousers.

They cannot protect me from the worst accidents but they will stop a nasty road rash or cracked skull.

Q: What do you think about other road users ?

A: As bikers, I think we need to raise more awareness about road use. Other road users need to be more vigilant.

We also need to promote road safety at all times.

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