The India Ride
Two Brothers, Two Motorcycles, One Incredible Adventure
By Colin Pyle and Ryan Pyle
Publisher: G219 Productions Limited
Genre: Travel memoir, Travel, Road Travel
Formats Available For Review: epub
When Canadian brothers Colin and Ryan Pyle finished their record-breaking motorcycle adventure around China in 2010, they promised themselves that it would be their last such venture. Of course, they were wrong. Back in the saddle again, Colin and Ryan have set out to tackle the diverse country of India, and they had no idea what to expect! Whether it was monsoon rains, crashes in Mumbai, the claustrophobic roads of Kerla, or even a brutal paragliding landing in Manali, nothing could stop these two adventurers as they triumphantly completed a 54-day, 14,000 – kilometer motorcycle circumnavigation of India. In their book The India Ride, Colin and Ryan take us with them as they make their way through the remarkable and stunning landscapes of India. In the end, the brothers learned what it takes to succeed as a team as they circumnavigated a billion people, pushed themselves to new limits, and shared in an adventure of which most of us will only dream.
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