Army’s ‘Ride To Kargil’ Team Reaches Belagavi

Ride to Kargil, a motorcycle expedition organised by the Indian Army and supported by TVS Motor Company reached its first stop of Belagavi on Thursday. The expedition started in Bengaluru on July 2.

To celebrate India’s victory in the Kargil war, five riders from the ‘Shwet Ashwa’ team of the Indian Army have embarked upon a journey to Kargil, Dras. The team will cover 3,700 kms in 20 days astride the TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi 4V Race Edition 2.0 and aims to conclude the ride on July 24.

The team which includes Havaldar Jangar Ananda, Naik Shiva Krishna CH, Lance Naik Santosh MK and Lance Naik D Sashikant B, are riding under the guidance of Lt Col Vikram Rajebhosale. The ride, which was flagged off from Core of Military Police, Centre and School, Bengaluru, will see the riders traversing challenging routes across the country before concluding at Kargil War Memorial, Dras. Read More

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