Thursday, February 9

GQ Motorcycle Run Record: 6-riders, 6011kms, 118hrs 35mins. (Part 1)

The Golden Quadrilateral is a highway network connecting 5 major Cities of India namely Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai with a road length of 5846kms. Six motorcycle riders from a biking group “Brother Hood of Tourers – Mumbai” made a record by completing the Golden Quadrilateral run in a record time of 118 hours.

Golden Quadrilateral Map
Golden Quadrilateral Map – image:

“Brother Hood of Tourers – Mumbai” riders namely Aalesh Lade (KTM RC 390), Brian Monterio (Ninja 250), Dheeraj Landge (Yamaha R15), Eshan Banodkar (KTM Duke 390), Gyanesh Yadav (KTM Duke 390), Sudeep N S (CBR 250 Repsol)  started ‘Taming the Golden Quadrilateral’ run on 22nd October 2015 @ 5.00pm from Domestic Airport Mumbai / Panvel to cover approx 6000kms.

B.O.T. (Brotherhood of Tourers)

Starting from Mumbai covering Bangalore, Chennai, Vishakapattanam, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Varanasi, Agra, Delhi, Jaipur and reached back Mumbai on Golden Quadrilateral National Highway in a record time of 118 Hours on 27th October 2015 @ 3.00 pm. The group now holds a record for Fastest Group Golden Quadrilateral Expedition.

Finally they Tamed the Golden Quadrilateral !!

To read GQ Motorcycle Run Record: 6-riders, 6011kms, 118hrs 35mins. (Part 2) Click here

B.O.T. (Brotherhood of Tourers)

Theme of ride was Ride Hard , Ride Safe.  A Safety awareness ride for all Indian Motorcycle riders who rides on National Highways and also to share the must follow rules and experiences on such a long ride and for a new record of Fastest Group Golden Quadrilateral Expedition. – 6 Bikers, 6000kms in 118 Hours

B.O.T. (Brotherhood of Tourers)
B.O.T. (Brotherhood of Tourers)

Sponsor :Total Lubricants India
Safety Gears Patner : Rynox Gears & THH Helmets
Touring Accessories Patner : LMT STORE
Ride Patner : Brotherhood Of Tourers(B.O.T) Motorcycle Club .

Organizing Patner : LMT Adventure Touring
Message : Ride Hard Ride Safe

To read GQ Motorcycle Run Record: 6-riders, 6011kms, 118hrs 35mins. (Part 2) Click here

Posted by: Chanchal M. Dhavan

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