Meet the Indian Motorcycle Vixens!
Introducing Keipeile Dintoe who will be representing the Indian Motorcycle brand at the upcoming South Africa Bike Festival on 25-27 May. Being one of five Vixens, Keipeile will be on hand for meet-and-greets, photo opportunities and to give info on the motorcycles and brand.
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Full name: Keipeile Dintoe
Music of choice: Soul
Style of choice: Comfortable stylish, smart casual
Indian Motorcycle of choice: Indian Chief
Give us a quick introduction to Keipeile Dintoe?
I am a BCom Informatics graduate from Tuks and currently working as a Data Analyst. I was a semi finalist for Miss SA 2017. I also do part-time modeling.
What are you passionate about?
Education, I truly believe that education is the key to economic emancipation. Although it is not the only key to economic emancipation, it does however play a major role.
What does being an Indian Motorcycle Vixen mean to you?
Having launched the store in January, it’s an absolute honour to work with such a remarkable brand. The Indian Motorcycle resembles everything that I am about, style, class and of course power!
What do you like most about the Indian Motorcycle brand?
I love how they hold themselves to highest standards of quality.
What sense of emotion do you feel when walking into the Indian Motorcycle store?
It’s absolutely impossible not to take note of the modern, distinctive styling and build of the bikes. You know that you’re not just purchasing a bike, it’s a lifestyle.
Why should motorcycle fans visit the Indian Motorcycle stand at this year’s South Africa Bike Festival?
Lots and lots of informative interaction with the Vixens. Oh, and the bikes will be there too.
What can fans expect from the Indian Motorcycle Vixens at this year’s South Africa Bike Festival?
Like the bikes – breathtakingly beautiful ladies with edge, boundary pushers and great insight into the brand.
Which was your favorite scene in our shoot for this feature?
Definitely the one where I was kneeling down on the floor against the bike and there’s another bike in the background with the chains as a backdrop. I love it because I wasn’t sure if I would be able to pull it off as I was still going through physiotherapy for a damaged ligament. I was on crutches and a knee brace for a bit…let’s not ask how I damaged the ligament [laughs].
If you could have an Indian Motorcycle named after you, what would it be called and why?
Blondie, it was my dads nickname.
Tell us something most people don’t know about you?
I fear not reaching my full potential.