India is largely seen as a highly patriarchal society. The women here are expected to leave their dreams for the sake of family they have to raise. Though our women have shown repeatedly that they can be as good as males in any area, yet women drivers are looked upon with raise eyebrows in this country. Not just India, the stereotype exists all over the world that women cannot drive. But today, we will show you the story of a girl who defied all odds to become India’s first female Superbike champion. Meet Alisha Abdullah, who got the motivation to be a part of this high adrenaline sport from her father. Racing has been her passion and neither her long hair nor the crashes were able to stop her from achieving what she was destined for. So if you still think women cannot drive, watch this video and then maybe you can challenge her for a race and experience it yourself. We at KreedOn feel really proud when we see people like her breaking stereotypes like this.