TVS Motorcycle grabs a spot in the Asia Book of Records for hosting the longest stunt show at the highest altitude ever. Three riders from the Apache stunt show team took the stage for a whole one and a half hour.
This was a part of the TVS Apache Pro Performance X campaign. The show was also witnessed by the Apache Owners Group (AOG) ride comprising of 25 riders. This is quite a remarkable feat to achieve at an altitude of 14,800 feet in Kaza, Spiti Valley.
The ride to Spiti started on 15 June from Chandigarh and, ended in Spiti Valley on 26 June. The three riders used custom modified TVS Apache motorcycle to perform the stunts. They performed some spectacular stunts like a 360-degree front wheelie, Jesus Christ pose, pillion thrill-ride, synchronized flower burnout, suicide burnout, and also the mega bike burnout.
This is the third such attempt from the TVS Apache Pro Performance X team. The team first set records with their five hour non stop stunt show in Chennai. Then they broke their own record with a six hour non stop show in Pune. Apache stunt show like this is a part of TVS’ campaign to showcase the performance capabilities of their naked flagship motorcycle – TVS Apache RTR 200 4V.
All the stunts showcased are performed by trained professionals in a controlled area. It is not advised to imitate the same at home or in an unsafe location without proper precautions.