Mumbai, the home of cricket, is a very different city by night. Just like our Thrill Ambassadors of the day, who, lead normal every day lives, but take on a completely different personality when on a rideRahil Qureshi is a born leader. He always has to be in the lead, compulsively. Big, booming and with an infectious personality, Rahil is best when the road is the worst.Those riding with this MNC employee will describe him as a good teacher, a wonderful leader and a great rider overall. Vikas Gor has 5 bikes, and he maintains each and every one of them in pristine condition. Yes his neighbours do complain whenever he does a tune-up, but that does not bother him one bit. For him, it is all about keeping his lovely rides in good shape. On track, he is a cornering machine. Any bike, any track and he will come back with a new lap record. That is Vikas for you.Gaurang Thakkar is our typical Gujju bhai. Calm, relaxed, laid back no matter where he is. His speciality, though, is leading while riding at night. He has the sharpest combination of eyes, instinct and hand-eye co-ordination that we have come across. This aspiring-manager stops anywhere and everywhere to take pictures of himself. Yogesh Sawant is the saint, the speedster, the heartthrob, the cool dude, all rolled into one. He has an almost pathological hatred for city roads. Which is why while talking to him, you will come across names that do not exist on most maps. He is one of the very few who carries his own camping gear and pitches tent when and where he feels like. Kushal Maru, the world's best pillion, or so he says, is turning out to be a good rider. While riding to and from the shoot location, he passed by other, much more experienced riders as if they were on foot. He is testament of the fact that given enough practice, anyone can ride well.So here are the 5 for today. Please join us in wishing them the very best and hope they enjoy the upcoming matches. Always, #RideTheThrill!