Almost every Indian cricket fan is aware of how much the former Indian captain MS Dhoni loves to collect vintage cars and bikes. Dhoni owns a huge hall in his Ranchi farmhouse which is full of iconic cars and bikes. He often takes time from his busy schedule to go for a short drive whenever he is free.
Meanwhile, Dhoni was recently spotted driving a vintage 1973 Pontiac Trans Am SD-455 in Ranchi. A fan captured the special moment and posted it on social media. As soon as the video got posted, it took no time to get viral and surfaced all over the internet. The fans are loving the video and are in awe of the vintage car of the former captain.
Watch the video here:
MS Dhoni driving 1973 Pontiac Trans Am SD-455 in Ranchi. pic.twitter.com/LQANMJXWwg
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A few days back, another video went viral when Dhoni was spotted driving a vintage 1980s Rolls Royce in Ranchi. Dhoni is out of cricket action after the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 and will be out of action until the next season takes place. He also got his knee surgery done a few months back.
Dhoni owns a bigger collection of bikes than cars
Dhoni also owns some super and vintage bikes like Yamaha RD 350s, Yamaha RX100, Suzuki Shogun, Harley Davidson Fatboy, Yamaha Thundercat, Kawasaki Ninja H2, Ducati 1098, BSA Goldstar, Norton Jubilee 250, Confederate Hellcat X132, TVS Ronin, Apache RTR 300 FX, and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R. This is enough to say that Dhoni has a larger collection of motorcycles than cars.
Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket on August 15, 2020. Despite this, he kept competing in IPL. The right-handed batter was supposed to retire after the 16th season of the lucrative league. But in order to return the favour to his admirers, he made the decision to play another season next year.
After Chennai Super Kings (CSK) defeated Gujarat Titans in the IPL 2023 championship game, Dhoni earned his fifth IPL championship. The T20 World Cup, ODI World Cup, and Champions Trophy are the three most important international competitions, and Dhoni is the only skipper in history to have won each of them.