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Indian Army creates spectacular world record for most men on a single motorcycle

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Nov 22, 2017, 3:16 pm IST
Updated : Nov 22, 2017, 3:16 pm IST

A 500 cc Royal Enfield motorcycle was used as the personnel covered a 1200 metre distance.

The team has 19 world records and national records to its name (Photo: Twitter)
 The team has 19 world records and national records to its name (Photo: Twitter)

The Indian Army just made headlines for another extraordinary feat and created a world record for most men on a single motorcycle. In a thrilling display of skill and daredevilry, 58 Indian Army personnel rode a motorcycle at the Indian Air Force base in Bengaluru.

The record was set by a team of the Army Service Corps (ASC), better known as the ‘Tornadoes’. A 500 cc Royal Enfield motorcycle was used as the personnel covered a 1200 metre distance.

 

 

Major Bunny Sharma led the corps dressed in colours of the national flag on flanks attached to the bike that was steered by Subedar Rampal Yadav. The team has 19 world records and national records to its name and have showcased their skills at more than 1000 shows.

The team members worked hard for 10 months to achieve their 20th record.

 

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