All Girls Biker Club is Breaking Stereotypes in Pakistan

Normally, one doesn’t attribute women to being bike stunt artists or even motorcycle specialists. However, that is not the case with these women who are part of an all female biker club.

Marina Syed and her biker club are make up one of the few women who have travelled from Karachi to Kashmir on their bikes.

Recently, a lot of pictures and videos of the club can be seen on social media. Marina Syed, a resident of Karachi, is also known for her multiple death-defying stunts on a heavy bike.

All female biker club called “Rowdy Riders” is breaking stereotypes about women in Pakistan. Marina has started a driving school to teach women how to ride bikes. Women in Pakistan want to learn to ride bikes but there aren’t any institutes for that. Marina’s school aims to teach women how to ride a bike, and she wants to share her knowledge with her students.

In a recent interview to a local radio channel in Karachi, the club members of Rowdy Riders said “We are not a group, we are a club, all of us are equal, each of us comes from a different background, and we all have different natures.”

Marina and her club members have started this teaching project in Karachi and they are encouraging women to join this school.

Here are some of the pictures and videos of the club members:

  • We appeal to her faith and her love for Allaah and His Messenger, and we urge her to observe the hijaab enjoined by Allaah and to obey the commands of Allaah (interpretation if the meanings):

    “and not to show off their adornment” [al-Noor 24:31]

    “and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance, and perform As Salaah (Iqamat as Salaah), and give Zakaah and obey Allaah and His Messenger”[al-Ahzaab 33:33]

    And Allaah is the Source of strength and the Guide to the Straight Path.

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