INDIAN RIDER BROKE 17 YEAR OLD GUINNESS WORLD RECORD | LONGEST NO HAND WHEELIE | ROHITESH UPADHYAY

INDIAN RIDER BROKE 17 YEAR OLD GUINNESS WORLD RECORD | LONGEST NO HAND WHEELIE | ROHITESH UPADHYAY

Freestyle rider Rohit Upadhyay from Udaipur, Rajasthan. makes the record for being the "Longest No-Hand Motorcycle Wheelie" 567 meters long in Mehsana, Gujrat on 29th October 2019. 

Motorsports Athlete Rohitesh Upadhyay a Sportbike freestyle rider has broken 17 years old Guinness World Record. Previously this record belonged to AC Farias from Brazil has been a Sportbike Freestyle World Champion. The motorcycle stunting we call is officially a Motorsports are known as Sportbike freestyle.


Finally, This Indian Talent was recognized and affiliated by Guinness World Record a few days ago.  Rohitesh Upadhyay of India has been working in the specialized field of motorcycling for almost 11years.  Currently, he is working with an Electric motorcycle brand as a test pilot.


According to him, Safety was his first priority. A motorsports activity without safety is incomplete, like a motorcycle without an engine. They work with all safety aspects including the areas that are not even prone to the public where these attempts are performed.


He says this Guinness World Record is dedicated to all the real Superheroes fighting the pandemic.



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*Note: Following record is recognized by the Guinness World Records. any inquire about record contact with IBR (India Book of Record). Indian Bikers Magazine does not recognize any type of record.

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