The Indian Army not only performs exceptionally well at the border but also ride a bike like no one else can. Indian army's 'Tornadoes' team comprising of Army Service Corps (ASC) led by Subedar Rampal Yadav broke its 19 earlier records and set a new world record on Sunday, 19th November.Major Bansi Sharma, mentor of the team, was present at the air force station, Yelahanka, when 58 people travelled for a distance of 1,200 metres on a single motor bike on Sunday. The participants dressed in three different colors of the Indian flag used an old 500 cc Royal Enfield bike.
The target was to break its own record of 54 persons riding on a single motor bike, which was created by the team in the year 2010. The team experimented with 60 persons on a bike, which didn’t work out after which they went on with 58 men on a single bike and succeeded the task to make a new world record.
The thrilling display by the army was witnessed by ASC Centre and College Commandant Lieutenant General Vipan Gupta, Southern Training Centre Brigadier Ashok Choudhary and senior officers from the Army and the Indian Air Force (IAF).
According to Daily Excelsior, a Defence Ministry personnel said, “With 1,000 shows across the world in three decades, the ASC team holds 19 world and national records, including one by 56 men riding a motorbike in 2010.”
The Indian Army is not only protecting us but also entertaining us by displaying thrilling stunts and getting recognised by the world.