Best Motovloggers in India

If you are a moto-enthusiast who aspires to become a motovlogger someday, these Indian personalities and their YouTube channels are bound to teach you a thing or two about motovlogging!

If we travel seven years back in 2014, there was nothing called vlogging in India. The idea of creating videos on different topics and uploading them on a YouTube channel was non-existent. However, it became a trendy thing in the world and India quickly adopted the trend. Now, in 2021, several YouTubers in India are earning millions by uploading videos on their YouTube channels.

Talking about YouTubers and YouTube channels, since we are passionate about automobiles; we cannot avoid the existence of motovloggers. With the Indian automobile industry evolving every day, along with the easy availability of action cameras, some individuals began motovlogging a few years back. Today, they are eminent personalities in the Indian motorcycling community who travel to different places on their motorcycles and give us a glimpse of their journey. Not to forget, some of them also give us tips about riding and educate us about the motorcycle’s mechanical aspect. In this feature, allow us to give you a brief about some of India’s best motovloggers.

Oggy F– Oggy Fernandes, whose YouTube channel is named Offy F, began to ride motorcycles when he wanted to cut down the travel time between his home and office. While commuting daily, he noticed a majority of the riders not following the traffic rules and riding recklessly. Within no time, Oggy started motovlogging and his channel gained lakhs of subscribers. He regularly uploads commuting videos, and at times, his highway rides to other cities and towns.

Nikhil Sharma- Who is the first famous motovlogger in India? The answer is Nikhil Sharma. Sharma runs a channel by the name of Nikhil Mumbaikar who started motovlogging when motovlogging was not even a term. Over the years, Sharma has travelled to various parts of India and all of his rides are found on his channel in a very well documented manner. At present, his channel has over three million subscribers, and he is one of the wealthiest motovloggers in India.

Vishaka– Vishaka began riding to break stereotypes about how women cannot ride motorcycles. There was a time Vishaka was into stunt riding, but injuries forced her to quit. Later on, she turned to drag racing and started her YouTube channel named RiderGirlVishaka. In her videos, she is often found touching different parts of India on her motorcycle. The girl from Mumbai has millions of fans on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook. Last but not the least, she is India’s first female motovlogger.

Rohit Chatterjee

An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Rohit Chatterjee is a bona fide moto-enthusiast who has worked with several media houses in his brief career. Chatterjee mostly writes features and news articles related to automobiles and motorsports. When not working, he is found on the interstate clocking over 100kmph on his NS200!
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