In a bid to celebrate the
spirit of brotherhood across three nations - India, Myanmar and Thailand,
Suzuki Brotherhood Tri-cultural ride was flagged-off on the occasion of India’s
72nd Independence Day. The 4200 kms Tri-cultural Ride, to be undertaken by the
duo of Abhishek Mishra and Sonia Jain on Suzuki Intruder FI motorcycles, was
flagged-off from the India Gate.
The ride is expected to be
concluded at Bangkok during the first-week of September. Sonia Jain is a
well-known motorcyclist while Abhishek Mishra is a popular figure amongst
India’s marathon runners and a life-guru.
The Tri-cultural Ride will
follow the Friendship Expressway Corridor, moving from Delhi to Lucknow,
Gorakhpur, Patna; towards the cities in the North-East – Nagrakata, Guwahati,
Dimapur and Imphal. They will then enter Myanmar border from Tamu. The Myanmar
odyssey ends at either the Golden Rock, or at Tachileik (depending upon the
weather conditions; before entering Thailand where the ride will culminate at
Sajeev Rajashekharan, EVP,
SMIPL said, “We are happy to back this great initiative undertaken by Abhishek
and Sonia to promulgate international brotherhood through this tri-cultural
ride. We wish them luck to face all the known and unknown challenges they might
have to go through on this journey.”
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