Bangalore, June 24 (IANS) TVS Apache, the motorcycle brand of TVS Motor Company, has set a new record for performing stunts at the highest altitude for the longest period of time to now enter the Asia Book of Records.
As part of the Apache Pro Performance X (APPX), three stunt riders from TVS Apache performed for 1 hour 30 mins at an altitude of 14,800 feet astride TVS Apache RTR 200 4V motorcycles. The record-breaking show was held in a controlled environment as a part of the second edition of the North Chapter of Apache Owners Group (AOG) ride from Chandigarh to Spiti Valley.
The stunt riders enthralled the audience with their skills and manoeuvrability on their Apache motorcycles. Special stunts like the Jesus Christ pose, pillion thrill-ride, 360 degree front wheelie, synchronized flower burnout, suicide burnout and a mega bike burnout as the grand finale enthralled the spectators.
The audience was thrilled to witness the record-breaking fleet at such an altitude and the team was proud to showcase the prowess of TVS Apache motorcycles live to its customers. The 12 day AOG ride flagged off on June 15 from Chandigarh with 25 Apache customers across the country will end at Spiti Valley on Wednesday.
In 2017, the TVS Apache stunt team entered the record books with a non-stop 5 hour stunt show on the TVS Apache series of motorcycles.