Ranchi, Aug 11: Jharkhand Dynamite Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is known to be bike crazy and his collection of motorcycles have long been the envy of everyone who has known about them. Now, the man who brought back the world cup to India has a new home for them, a museum dedicated to his personal collection of motorcycles.
Just lately, Dhoni's wife Sakshi gave a glimpse of a massive 'bike museum' that the previous Indian captain has crafted to preserve his prized possessions.
Sakshi put up a story on Instagram, with the caption: “@mahi7781 This boy genuinely enjoys his toys!”
MSD's love of bikes has seen him amass a selection of bikes, but one look at the new museum just shows how much the former captain of the Indian national team adores his motorcycles.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's love affair with motorcycles started off with a Rajdoot, the licensed version of the potent RD 350 from Yamaha built by the Escorts group in India. It is not known if Dhoni’s bike is a Low Torque or High Torque version of the RD 350.
The former captain of India has long acknowledged his love for two-stroke bikes and considers the TVS Suzuki Shogun to be one of the best that put rubber down on Indian roads.
He even has one Shogun in his personal collection. His connection with TVS has continued over the years and he has been the brand ambassador for the TVS Star City commuter motorcycle for over a decade now.