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Leicester Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan - April 2024

What a blast! Sikh Motorcycle Club UK cruised into the Nottingham Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan this past Sunday, April 21st. It was an incredible experience for everyone, especially since it was our second year participating!
The procession was exceptionally well-managed, the weather was perfect, and the sangat (community) was simply amazing. We even got to fuel up on the delicious langar (community meals) offered by so many stalls along the way.
But the best part? Reconnecting with old friends and making tons of new ones! We even welcomed 6 new members who joined us for the ride and were blown away by the love and support shown to Sikh riders. The whole event was filmed by Sikh Channel, Akaal Channel, and PBC Channel, so keep an eye out for that! All in all, an unforgettable day!

Nottingham Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan - April 2024

Great turnout today at the Leicester Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan 2024 with the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK! ️
Seva came first this time, but the spirit was strong even without their bikes. They paid their respects to Guru Granth Sahib Ji and followed the Palki Sahib Ji with pride.
This follows fantastic showings at Derby and Nottingham Nagar Kirtan the past two Sundays! A great way for the whole family to celebrate their faith.

Sikh Motorcycle Club UK Makes Historic Derby Debut. 14 April - 2024

The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK roared into the record books today with their history-making participation in the Derby Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan. For the first time ever, the procession proudly included motorcycles, thanks to a united effort from all the members.
This marked a momentous occasion, breaking new ground for the Derby Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan. The Sangat (community) embraced the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK with open arms, showering them with warm welcomes and enthusiastic photo requests. The impressive display of motorcycles parked after the Nagar Kirtan drew further admiration.
Electric Atmosphere, Delighted Community
“The atmosphere was electric,” remarked a club member. “The Sangat was so happy to see us there, and we were honoured to be a part of this special celebration.”
Indeed, the event pulsated with joyous music, heartfelt devotion, and an unwavering community spirit. Delicious food and perfect weather only amplified the positive vibes. Huge thanks to all the Derby Gurdwaras and the Nagar Kirtan management team.
Promoting Sikhism, Building Brotherhood
The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK champions the values of promoting Sikhism, raising awareness for turbaned riders, and fostering a strong brotherhood within the community. Their participation in the Derby Vaisakhi Nagar Kirtan perfectly embodies these values, showcasing the vibrancy of the UK’s Sikh community.
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Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sahib in Leicester. Mar - 2024

Today, the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK brought smiles to the faces of children at Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sahib in Leicester. Our members proudly displayed their motorcycles, set up an informative stand, and generously served complimentary drinks and sweets to the sangat.
Blessed with beautiful weather, the event was a resounding success. The team from Sikh Channel captured the entire day, and a broadcast will be announced at a later date.
A heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers and sevadars who made this delightful event possible!
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Sikh Motorcycle Club UK Spreads Kindness and Shares Their Stories with BBC. Dec 2023

The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK had the pleasure of working alongside the Midland Langar Seva Society (MLSS) to provide food and support to those in need at their Saturday meal distribution at St. Peter’s Church in Leicester yesterday.This charitable endeavor was also the setting for an interview with BBC journalist Jonny Meah, who eagerly delved into the Club’s ongoing projects and the motivations behind their selfless service.
For the Sikh Motorcycle Club membes, seva is not merely a religious obligation; it is a way of life, a means of connecting with the community and making a positive impact on the lives of others. Their participation in the MLSS’s Saturday feed is just one example of their ongoing commitment to serving those in need.
During the BBC interview, SMCUK members shared their personal experiences with Jonny Meah, highlighting the profound sense of fulfillment and satisfaction they derive from their charitable work. They spoke of the transformative power of seva, not just for those who receive assistance but also for those who give it.
As the filming concluded, the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK members expressed their gratitude to Ginda Basra and his team of MLSS, for his tireless dedication to providing essential services to those in need. They commended his selfless spirit and acknowledged the immense impact of MLSS’s work.
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Sikh Motorcycle Club UK Pays Respects at Remembrance Day Service - Nov 2023

The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK proudly participated in the Remembrance Day service held at Victoria Park Leicester on Sunday, November 12, 2023. The service, held at the Sikh Memorial, paid tribute to the fallen heroes of the Sikh community who have served and sacrificed for their country.
The Sikh community has a long and distinguished history of military service, dating back to the time of the British Raj. Sikhs have fought bravely in numerous conflicts, including World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Their courage, skill, and determination have earned them a place of honour in the annals of British military history.
The bravery of the Sikh soldiers at Saragarhi is a testament to their unwavering courage and commitment to duty.
In recognition of their selfless sacrifice, Sikh soldiers were awarded the Indian Order of Merit, the highest gallantry award of the time. Their story is an enduring reminder of the Sikh community’s unwavering commitment to serving their country and upholding the highest values of honour, courage, and sacrifice.
The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK is proud to honour the legacy of these fallen heroes and to continue to serve the community through their various charitable initiatives. Their participation in the Remembrance Day service is a fitting tribute to the Sikh community’s long and distinguished history of military service.

Gurdwara Sahib Inauguration - Leicester - Oct 2023

Members of the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK attended the official inauguration of the Gurdwara Sahib at Guru Ramdas Way in Leicester on Saturday, October 28, 2023.
The ceremony began with an Ardas, a Sikh prayer, followed by the planting of a tree to mark the occasion. Various dignitaries attended the event, including a representative of King Charles III, who conveyed a special message via The Lord-Lieutenant Michael Kapur OBE.
The inauguration of the new Gurdwara Sahib is a significant event for the Sikh community in Leicester. The Gurdwara Sahib will serve as a place of worship and community gathering for Sikhs in the city. The Sikh Motorcycle Club is proud to have been a part of this important occasion. The inauguration of the new Gurdwara Sahib is a testament to the growing Sikh community in Leicester.
The Sikh Motorcycle Club is proud to be a part of this community and to support its initiatives.

Sikh Motorcycle Club UK Takes Part in Annual Guru Nanak Charity Walk - Oct 2023

On Sunday, October 22, 2023, members of the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK took part in an annual Guru Nanak Charity walk from Nottingham to Derby. Over 60 children and parents joined in the walk, raising funds for BBC Children in Need.
The group walked through the beautiful countryside, stopping at Collyer’s Nurseries (Borrowash) for a break. The lovely staff welcomed them and offered them hot drinks. The motorcyclists had good conversations with each other and with other visitors, who recognised them from their appearance on Henry Cole’s show and from their recent visit to the National Arboretum Memorial.
The children really enjoyed seeing the motorcycles and sitting on them for photos. It was heartwarming to see Pudsey Bear giving hugs to everyone.
The Guru Nanak walk is an annual event that celebrates the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism. The walk is a way for Sikhs to come together and show their devotion to their faith. It is also a way to raise awareness of Sikhism and to promote community spirit.
The Sikh Motorcycle Club UK is a group of Sikh motorcyclists who enjoy riding together and promoting Sikhism. The club is open to all Sikhs, regardless of their age, gender, or experience.
The walk from Nottingham to Derby was a great success, On this day, the Sikh Motorcycle Club UK reminds us that even the smallest acts of kindness can make a big impact.