Dhaka — Mayukh Islam, a Bangladeshi motorcycle enthusiast has created a YouTube channel with an aim to create awareness among motorbike riders. The tagline of that channel is ‘endless journey'.
Back on June 30, 2019, Islam created this channel. His inspirational and informative videos related to motorbike have received 256,227 views to date.
Talking to Tech Observer he shared about his long-standing mission.
“I started this YouTube channel from bike riding passion, I love to travel. I'm planning to ride abroad also with my bike,”
Citing the name behind Moto Wheels which has been subscribed by nearly 4K people. He said: “Traveling by bike is basically creating content with moto vlogs and motorbikes. The channel has been renamed Moto Wheels as it wants to run on two wheels.”
He firmly stated that I want to make people conscious about bike riding in Bangladesh. As well as motivate them by providing fresh information on road safety and motorcycle.
According to Nirapad Sarak Chai, a road safety convenor in Bangladesh compiled data, there were 3,232 road accidents in the country in 2020, of which 1,127 were motorcycle accidents.
Of these, 29 percent were truck and 22 percent were bus accidents.
According to the Accident Research Institute (ARI) of Bangladesh Engineering University of Technology (BUET), 336 people died in 288 motorcycle accidents in 2016.
In 2020, the number of accidents stood at 1,008, killing 1,097 people.
He further elaborated that the love of bikes, travel and bike-related content start the journey of this channel. Highlight my travel experiences on this channel.
On the one hand, it is my own memory, on the other hand, I can tell you what things to keep in mind when going to this place, what spots to visit.
Mentioning his YouTube vlogging genre he said: “Also, many people look for reviews when buying a bike. That's why I also work to inform about new bikes. The new bikes in the market are actually made on the moto wheels with the features, comfort, and other good things of those bikes.
Islam noted that many people find answers to their various questions by commenting on the channel's video. I also share how I feel about that bike after riding it.
Regarding the future plan of MotoWheels he, said: “I am trying to create content like my own. It feels good to benefit someone from here.
“And I get to know a lot of people through it, which I also quite enjoy. Besides, it is also enjoyable that some amount of income is coming from the ads after the channel is monetized.”