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Old 28th September 2006, 01:44   #1
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Default World tour on a Karizma

There was a thread about this guy that I could not find. I have been following this blog from the last few months. This guy has finally made it to North America, after overcoming a lot of challenges and adventures. True dare devil.
http://bikingtheworld.blogspot.com/
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Old 28th September 2006, 02:00   #2
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Yeah. Real spirit. His journey is being logged in from time to time and being published on BIKE.
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real though guy
cheers to him !!!!
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wow thats some achievement...cheers....
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Great stuff! My best wishes to him!
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hats off to him. even i have a longing desire to go on a long long journey. ny angel investors listening!!!
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Guys......... Everyone appreciated the guy, but what about the Karizma that stood by him throughout the journey???

It deserves special mention too. Hero Honda has to be proud. Yehi hai Dil ka Rishta...
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Old 28th September 2006, 18:32   #8
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amazing guy,amazing journey,amazing bike ..but it's really sad that Hero Honda didn't even sponser his trip,nor do they suppport him,even though he had initially approached them..
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That awesome, touring the world on a 225cc bike..hats off to him
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All I can say is this guy has got WILL like no mans business!!! I mean travelling alone for thousands of kms spending lakhs of rupees staying away from everything that you belong to for adventure and exploration sake...huh...you got something bro!!!

Good luck mate...
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Guys Offtopic this is but i have also made not so far off distance ka plans but one plan of going from india to thailand by car.Not now but maybe after i complete my engineering in 2 and half years.
Already enquired about it and thai counsulate is giving permission if u submit them your entire trip plans.The road permit ka bandobast they ll do.Myanmaar ka counsulate is not there in india so u need to take an online visa and then along with some road permits which u need to mail them for they ll send it via mail and u are on your way.
Thailand is like 5000 km from mumbai.
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Guys Offtopic this is but i have also made not so far off distance ka plans but one plan of going from india to thailand by car.Not now but maybe after i complete my engineering in 2 and half years.
Already enquired about it and thai counsulate is giving permission if u submit them your entire trip plans.The road permit ka bandobast they ll do.Myanmaar ka counsulate is not there in india so u need to take an online visa and then along with some road permits which u need to mail them for they ll send it via mail and u are on your way.
Thailand is like 5000 km from mumbai.
Wow. That would be one awesome adventure. Really hope you can make the trip. by the way, which car are you planning to take??
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Our man has made it to the Artic circle, taking pics with Polar bears. Friggin awesome! Makes me want to quit working, and start riding! Check it out, he has updated his blog!
http://bikingtheworld.blogspot.com/
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the bike has taken the best tortue ever....i'm happy that he chose the best bike for the task. the zma just rocks on long rides and is really reliable.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by srasania
amazing guy,amazing journey,amazing bike ..but it's really sad that Hero Honda didn't even sponser his trip,nor do they suppport him,even though he had initially approached them..
-sr

Me and one of my friend is disguising the same thing......

anyway we hav to appreciate him for his great journey....
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