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    Bike Trip From Singapore To India

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    Cross-border traveling remains only a dream for many which feels nothing less than a book that has been sitting on that shelf, covered in dust, and is waiting to be read. But this ain’t about a book, and most importantly, it was not just about dreaming for Nikhil Kashyap and his four friends – Bhanu Pratap Singh, Harkirat Singh, Vikram Mehta, and Ram Ithikkat. These five daredevils decided to slay the rugged roads on a bike trip from Singapore to India for celebrating freedom in a way, which is not common for you and for me.

    Christening their bike trip as “The Great Independence Day Ride”, these five friends took the road less traveled, and covered more than 5000 kilometers across five south east Asian destinations in association with Castrol Power1.

    Great Independence Day Ride

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    In a bid to celebrate freedom beyond boundaries, Nikhil Kashyap planned this bike trip from Singapore to India which lead them through Kuala Lumpur, Surat Thani and Bangkok in Thailand, Naypyidaw, Old Bagan, and more of such astonishing places. Above all, the only factor that made this whole adventurous journey into an epic experience is that of their motive.

    Their phenomenal bike trip from Singapore to India was not just about celebrating a day. They crossed borders in order to celebrate their freedom to explore, embark on new roads, make friends along the way, revel in the beauty of different cultures, treating their taste buds to tantalizing food, and above all, empowering tourism.

    Don’t believe us? Well, here’s proof!

    A Singaporean Start!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Aug 20, 2016 at 9:46am PDT

    The Man Behind The Plan!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Aug 26, 2016 at 1:02am PDT

    That’s How They Rolled!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 11, 2016 at 2:22am PDT

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    Sometimes The Grass Is Greener On The Roadside!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 10, 2016 at 3:22am PDT

    Capturing The Essence Of Myanmar – The Karaweik!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 14, 2016 at 9:16am PDT

    Bridging The Gap Between India And Our Loving Neighbor!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 19, 2016 at 8:01am PDT

    The Sky Did Shower Some Love On The Roads Of Nagaland!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 26, 2016 at 4:26am PDT

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    When The Destiny Is Not Too Far!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Sep 27, 2016 at 8:38am PDT

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    Finishing The Ride On A Chocolaty Note!

    A post shared by Icountryride (@icountryride) on Oct 1, 2016 at 8:20am PDT

    Pheewww! That’s quite an adventure, isn’t it? Believing that there’s no dream too big and no dreamer too small, here’s a digital souvenir for those who’re feeling all pumped up to hop onto their bikes, stepping into the shoes of these incredible riders, and embarking on a journey of their lifetime, this Independence Day!

    The Route Map

    Further Read: Bike Trip from Kanyakumari To Kashmir: A Ride Of Glory

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    Image Courtesy: Icountryride

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    Category: Adventure, India, Road Trips, Singapore

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