These Aussie bikers are riding across India for child rights

The bikers will film a documentary on challenges faced by children in the country, create mass awareness about issues, and raise funds for the cause.

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Motorcycle tours in India are nothing new. People have been riding across the nation for decades. So what's different about these Aussie bikers? These four dudes are making a documentary film that aims to create awareness about children's rights.

Celebrated holi:

Four Australian bikers, who have embarked on a 7,000-km long journey across India under the project 'Ride for Rights' reached Mumbai on March 13 and celebrate Holi with children in Sion-Koliwada here.

About the bikers:

Four Australian bikers, who have embarked on a 7,000-km long journey across India under the project 'Ride for Rights', would reach Mumbai on Monday and celebrate Holi with children in Sion-Koliwada here.

About the 45-day tour:

The bikers started the journey from Delhi and reached Maharashtra on March 13 after visiting Rajasthan and Gujarat. After Maharashtra, they headed to Goa and Karnataka. Later, they would go to Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Odisha, before visiting Uttarakhand and ending their ride in Delhi.

Bikers played holi

Four Australian bikers, who have embarked on a 7,000-km long journey across India under the project Ride for Rights, after they reached Mumbai on Monday.

Photo courtesy: Facebook page, Ride for rights

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