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Deepak Kamath, At an age of 19, when technology was still to wake up, Deepak took to exploration in many forms. While the adventures across India have been many, the one that he is mostly revered in the motorcycling world is the epic adventure of having circumnavigated the world in record time.
Here below are few of the most talked about and followed adventures.
1988: All India Cycling Expedition – 4 months across 17 states and Nepal covering 12000kms.
1989 – 1990:World Cycling Expedition: Had to call off after reaching Italy, as cycle got stolen at the Greece – slader,com Bulgaria border.
1991: Engaged with Ideal Jawa in Mysore to do up my 1979 model Yezdi Classic for an India trip. 10280 kms in 17 days, across India and Nepal.
1991: Reach for the Skies – started from Kanyakumari and reached Khardung La at 18383 ft. above sea level, and came back to Bangalore.11180 km in 18 days and included various states in India and Nepal. This was featured in the Limca Book of Records.
1994-1995: This is the BIG one! The Yezdi-Castrol Continental Raid.
A total of 42,038 kms was covered in 47 riding days and 119 days in all… and still intact over the last 21+ years… and has been published in the record books as a World Record.
Sudhir Prasad, A Motoholic and one of the 10 finalists of the Wrangler True Wanderer 4.0 competition held across India. Started touring since 2009 and has been tripping ever since!
2011: Maiden ride to the Himalayan foothills of Ladakh.A month long expedition covering 3,100kms.
2012: A 2,500kms ride to Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh, one of the most challenging roads in India.
2014: Solo ride to Sikkim and Bhutan, spanning over 4,500kms and three weeks on a KTM 390.
2015: Rode with a team of three to the remote corners of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Assam for three weeks and 3,000kms.
2016: The extreme winter ride! Rode to the lesser known are as of Ladakh in temperatures hovering between 10 to -5 Celsius. Successfully covered one of the deadliest road’s in India from Kishtwar to Killar, through Pangi Valley.
Dilip Bhat, A petrol head, always longing for an opportunity to hit the roads. Started touring at the age of 20 and has never looked back since.
2012: Drove the western coast of India starting from Kanyakumari to Mumbai, exploring lesser known places in Maharashtrian coastal belt.
2014: Did a 3,500 kms Chase-the-Monsoon drive covering places in Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka.
2015: Rode through the remote corners of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Assam for three weeks and 3,000kms.
2016: The extreme winter ride! Rode to the lesser known areas of Ladakh in temperatures hovering between 10 to -5 Celsius. Successfully covered one of the deadliest roads in India from Kishtwar to Killar, through Pangi Valley.