|8th May 2016, 00:46||#31|
Join Date: Apr 2016
Thanked: 23 Times
This was my first OTR and I was so excited that I couldn't sleep the whole night. It was a very nice experience for me and I've learned many things about offroading from this event.
I would like to thank Dip da for allowing me in his mighty Pajero. It was a piece of cake for the Pajero.
Sharing some of the pictures which I took from my phone during the event, hope you guys like it!
On our way to the bridge.
During the briefing.
Duster got stuck.
|22nd May 2016, 23:05||#32|
Join Date: Sep 2014
Thanked: 295 Times
Re: May Day OTR with Kolkata Offroaders : A Trail Driving Experience
Wonderful pictures - AJ and others who braved the heat to take the snaps and great coverage of the event! It was a great day despite the blazing sun. Thanks to KO for arranging such a wonderful off-roading event and thanks to everyone who took the pain of getting me out of sticky spots!
On hindsight, I realised that most of the times I got stuck due to the limited of visibility from the drivers and the fact that I did not do a proper investigation of the track before venturing out. Lesson's learnt, and definitely a long way to go!
Rated a very well deserved 5 stars!
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|13th June 2016, 16:05||#33|
Join Date: Jun 2006
Thanked: 76 Times
There was not only one duster but two that never got stuck or needed any help. One was pawan's and second was being driven by me. And truely from driving seat this trail was easy for the duster as well. I do agree that without transfer case and low ratio duster cant be called true offroader but we should keep our statements honest.
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