Event Alert: Mechukha Downhill MTB Championship 2017

Coming up on 24 November – 25 November during the Mechukha Adventure Festival “, MECHUKA WEST SIANG DISTRICT, Mechukha, India. AMBIA presents the Giant Starkenn Mechukha Downhill Mountain Bike Championship 2017. Held as part of the Mechukha Adventure Festival 2017, the Giant Starkenn Mechukha Downhill Mountain Bike Championship 2017 is the first mountain bike event in Arunachal Pradesh. Registration Fee: ₹4000/- NOTE: TRANSPORTATION, FOOD AND LODGING WILL BE PROVIDED FREE OF COST ONLY TO THE FIRST FORTY RIDERS TO REGISTER. To register, please click the link below and fill in your details: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezYhTybcX6ttxntAAy980XE15Ws20-Q9pFDl0FYf9kofHgLA/viewform…

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Event Alert: Kohima Downhill 2017

Each year, KOHIMA DOWNHILL goes higher up the mountains. This year you will race down the grand Japfu mountain peak above Viswema Village, Kohima, Nagaland. To register here – https://www.nativestation.org/ LAST DATE NOV 10 To sponsor here – https://www.nativestation.org/about-kohima-downhill Psynyde Bikes KOHIMA DOWNHILL Mountain Bike Race REGISTRATIONS OFFICIALLY OPEN Native Station‘s Kohima Downhill MTB race is one of the most exciting mountain bike race in India where professionals from India and abroad race down the mystical mountains of Kohima Nagaland to win the title.   After a successful downhill race last year sponsored…

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Event Alert | Wah Khri Mountain Biking Challenge 2017

Wakhri Mountain Biking Challenge is coming up – 4th November, 2017 This is a video of the David Scott’s Off road Trail for the Wah Khri Mountain Biking challenge. We request all the participants to watch this video to get a rough idea about the trail. Participants have to keep in mind that they have to slow down in tight & technical turns, where there will be flags indicating the various zones of the trail i.e., GREEN, YELLOW & RED. The trail on this video is mainly Downhill and few pedaling…

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West Khasi Hills | Meghalaya

Words: Ian Kupar \\ Photo: Banjop, Greg Warjri Located in the north-eastern part of India, Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is home to the wettest place on earth: Mawsynram, which receives a record rainfall of 11,872mm(467.4 in). The clouds were looming and we had not seen the sun for weeks. Another rainy day in August and we decided to pack up and head down to West Khasi Hills in Weiloi village and ride down a well known plateau called ‘’Symper’’. So with just enough money for a tank of gas,…

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