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Sundeep Gajjar (MotoGrapher)

Motorcycle Travel Photographer and Journalist


Sundeep single handily created India’s largest and most popular motorcycling platform and social media network in 2002. He has inspired thousands of people to seriously catalogue their own travels on motorcycles with good photos. In 2008 , he coined the word MotoGrapher (registered ) which amalgamates motorcycles and photography. Since then, thousands of people have started using this as a common term in India. In 2010 he launched the xBhp national print magazine which focussed majorly in photography and each issue is like a coffee table book. In 2010 he launched the xBhp print magazine. The only lifestyle motorcycling magazine in India and one of two dedicated motorcycle magazines! The aim was to use the paper format to showcase beautiful photos printed over high-quality paper, as it is a very visual oriented magazine. It is published six times a year and is distributed offline nationally as well as online. 

Sundeep is extremely popular offline, as he is often credited in making motorcycling a lifestyle in India. He is also credited with doing a pan India road trip called #roadTripUnited which happens once every two years. The latest version, #roadTripUnited2021 concluded in 40 days in early 2021 with immense success. 18 million plus views on YouTube, 4 million plus on Instagram, 10000 kms, world’s fastest bike, world’s largest capacity motorcycle and over 20 prominent storytellers from the motorcycling domain participated in the ride. Amongst other companies, Canon was also a partner in this. Sundeep has also done 65 countries so far on motorcycles around the world, many with Canon. Canon has also appeared with Sunny on many occasions in the xBhp print magazine and on social media.


  • Press Releases HT Delhi Live 2004
  • Press Releases Bike India 2006
  • Photo exhibition coverage Mid-Day 2009
  • Winner of the Most Promising Venture - MPEC 2009 on YourStory.in
  • In 2016 he was covered as an ‘Accelerator’ from India by Castrol Global in which they made a 5-part series on him. One of the parts included his journey as the MotoGrapher, click here to see it. In the entire five parts he can be seen handling Canon cameras
  • Interview with ABC national radio station Australia after completing 240000 kms solo on a motorcycle in Australia. Lin
  • Australian Road Rider Magazine covered The Grand Australian Road trip in a full feature article from a photography standpoint in their April 2013 issue
  • Only Indian and journalist to feature on the cover of the Ducati official global page! This was when I completed riding from Dubai to Italy on a Ducati motorcycle for one of the biggest events in the world - World Ducati Week 2012
  • Have been covered extensively by traditional media since 2005 until xBhp itself became a media. From NDTV, to Femina and T3