Doing stunts on a motorcycle is not a very lucrative job, at
least in India. But it’s the passion of the riders that overcomes all kinds of
obstacles. Motown India had some time back done a short film on motorcycle
stunt riding featuring Bunty Godara and Manninder based in New Delhi. We had
interviewed Bunty’s parents and recorded the apprehensions of his family and
Bunty’s passion for stunt riding. The video went almost viral with more than
96,000 views to date.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW BUNTY’S & MANNINDER’S VIDEO ON STUNT
Bunty Godara recently participated in TVS Apache Pro
Performance X which was organised by TVS Racing in Chennai. It was an event
which involved non-stop stunt riding for five hours. Bunty was part of the team
which set a record, supervised and verified by India Book of Records team.
Bunty’s team Moto Tycoonz is the official team of TVS Racing,
part of leading two-wheeler company TVS Motor Company. It achieved this record while
doing their stunts on the TVS Apache RTR 200. “It’s a national record which is
happening first time in India, thanks to TVS Racing,” Bunty told Motown
India. Bunty said the company plans to take this stunt riding to an international
level where he hopes to represent India with his Apache RTR 200.
Those from Moto Tycoonz who were part of the stunt riding in
Chennai included Bunty Godara, Manninder Singh and Rohittesh
Upadhayay. Sponsoring the Moto Tycoonz team were TVS Racing, K&N Filters
and Axor Helmets
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