He started his journey with the Indian Ambassador to Singapore on 15 August 2018. He travelled to countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and reached India after a 21-day journey. He ended his journey in Calcutta, India.
During this time he experienced many languages, traditions, customs, culture. He also has many new experiences in different countries including riding on the Formula 1 track in Singapore, walking on motorways with no speed limit in Malaysia, joining the Bike Festival (Betong Bike Week) in Thailand, 20 lanes in Myanmar. Walking on the highway is included.
In addition, he crossed 69 bridges built by the Japanese during World War 2, rode the world’s most expensive highway, crossed the Tropic of Cancer and the 1300 km long Asian Highway (from Tokyo to Afghanistan Korea) On the way, it extends to China, Singapore, India and Pakistan).
He said that patriotism was the main reason for this ride. Everyone wanted to do something for our great country on Independence Day, so they rode it. At present, where we are all locked in our homes because of Kovid-19, they have dedicated this freedom to travel.
They chose the KTM Duke 390 bike to ride it and the reason is that this bike spare, repair and equipment are easily found in all these five countries. In such a situation, if anything happens to the bike during the ride, then any problem could be dealt with.
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The trailer of the Great Independence Ride has also arrived on social media and may soon come on the OTT platform as a mini-series. The 21-day journey will be shown as 21 episodes. This Independence Day also from DriveSpark in the name of ‘freedom to roam’!