Bajaj Dominar Becomes First Indian Motorcycle to Reach Antarctica

The Bajaj Dominar 400 proved as they claim it did not breakdown even once. The guys did over 515 km on an average per day in their quest to reach Antarctica.

THE MILESTONE

  • The first Indian bike to tread on the Antarctic
  • 51,000 KMS across 15 countries
  • 3 continents covered in 99 days
  • Averaging 515 KMS per day without even a single breakdown
  • Riding on some of the world’s dangerous roads like the James Dalton Highway – Arctic Circle, USA, the Dempster Highway – Arctic Circle, Canada, the Pan-American section of the Atacama Desert, Chile, and the Death Road of Bolivia
  • Passed through The Loneliest Road to Coldfoot in Alaska, Tuktoyaktuk – land of the Pingos, Rocky mountain ridges of Canada, the mother road of North America – the Route 66, and the Bolivian Dakar rally desert roads

The three riders  Deepak Kamath, Avinash PS and Deepak Gupta Passed through The Loneliest Road to Coldfoot in Alaska, Tuktoyaktuk – the land of the Pingos, Rocky mountain ridges of Canada, the mother road of North America – the Route 66, and the Bolivian Dakar rally desert roads.