BSF soldiers set new 10-hour record riding on ladders, enter Limca book
After riding ladder mounted on motorcycles for 10 hours 34 min 27 sec, 2 Border Security Force (BSF) jawans from motorcycle trick riding team 'Janbaz' created a new world record at Chawla BSF Camp in Delhi.
Inspector Awdhesh Kumar Singh and Head Constable Durvesh Kumar of BSF rode on 16.5 feet tall ladder/pole fitted to their steed on the 350cc Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle and entered the Limca book of world record.
The record was set at Chawla BSF Camp in Delhi breaking Indian Army's previous record of 09 hr 04 min 05 sec.
This is the second impressive stunt performed by the display team this month after 36 jawans climbed aboard three Bullets and covered a distance of 1 km in just 55.52 seconds, BSF noted in an official statement.
'Janbaz' was founded in 1990, and is famed for the riders' gravity-defying stunts.
During 2006, 'Janbaz' achieved a world record by creating a human pyramid of 26 'Janbaz' on three motorcycles and covered a distance of 1 km in one minute 16 seconds. It created another world record by carrying 40 men on a single motorcycle at a speed of 30 kmph.