Daughter fulfills dad’s lifelong dream by buying him his dream motorbike

The smile on his face says how much he appreciated the surprise gift.
  • A girl in India fulfilled her dad’s lifelong dream
  • She bought him a Royal Enfield Classic 250 motorbike
  • The whole surprise was documented in a video posted to Instagram

Published on Apr 11, 2024 at 3:17PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 11, 2024 at 7:09PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood
Daughter fulfills dad's lifelong dream by buying him his dream motorbike

Not a day goes by when parents don’t make sacrifices for their children.

Although they don’t expect anything in return, some children understand their parents’ struggles and, if they’re capable, reward them for their sacrifices.

The perfect example of this can be seen in a heartwarming video recently posted to Instagram, where a daughter fulfills her dad’s lifelong dream by buying him his dream motorbike.

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The video, shared by Aarti Sawant, shows the girl accompanying her dad to the Royal Enfield dealership to give him the surprise of his life.

It starts off with the girl checking out the bike – a Royal Enfield Classic 350 – on her tablet.

This is a conventional motorbike, unlike this man’s homemade steam-powered motorbike that can reach 60km/h.

After finalizing the bike, she’s then seen signing all the paperwork for it.

The video then continues to show the girl bringing her dad to the dealership in a taxi wearing a blindfold.

Next up, the girl – accompanied by her brother – removes the blindfold from her dad, showing him the covered motorbike.

The dad knows exactly what it is and finds it hard to hide his excitement, with a broad smile across his face.

He then immediately removes the cover off the motorbike, before later being filmed riding away on his new toy along with his wife.

Based on the video, it can be noted that the girl chose the Royal Enfield Classic 350, finished in Chrome Red.

The new Classic 350, based on an all-new J-platform, gets a 349-cc, single-cylinder engine that’s air-oil cooled.

Producing 20hp of max power and a peak torque output of 20lb-ft, the motorbike’s engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox.

The all-new Classic now finally gets a fuel gauge, too.

There’s a small display located below the circular analog speedometer.

This display shows Eco-mode, fuel gauge, service reminder, odometer, trip meters, and time.

The latest generation of the Classic 350 has become a huge hit in India, being one of the first popular modern motorbikes from the brand.

In other motorbike-related news, Yamaha has unveiled a self-driving motorbike that can recognize its owner from a distance.

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