BSF Trick Riding Team ‘JANBAZ’ Motorcyclist Made Seven World Records in Five Days
Representational Image | BSF Men Bikers Team | (Photo Credits: PTI)

New Delhi, Nov 1: Border Security Force's (BSF) trick riding team 'JANBAZ' created two world records on Wednesday, making a total of seven world records since October 15. On Wednesday, Inspector Awadhesh Kumar Singh, team Captain Janbaz, created two world records in 'riding on fuel tank free hand driving' and 'back riding standing on the ladder' on his 350CC Royal Enfield Bullet.

The first record of freehand tank riding was made by riding for 66.1 kms in 1hour 21 minutes and 25 seconds. Sing broke the earlier record held by Indian Army Dare Devil for riding 46.9 km in 1 hour 27 mins.

The second record was made by backward riding on a ladder at 3.6 meters ladder height for 68.2 Km in 2 hr 11 min 18 sec.

"BSF 'Janbaz' team has initiated their dedicated venture of setting new world records on 15th Oct' 2018 on the birthday of Bharat Ratna Abdul Kalam and took it to

culmination today on National Unity Day on the birthday of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel," said a statement from BSF.

On October 15, BSF's Constable (CT) Sudhakar and Ct Shashi Kumar A made a new world record by Side Riding sitting for 105.2 Km covered in 03 hrs 13 min 27 sec. On October 17, Head Constable Sanjeevan Kumar and CT Prosenjit NR Dev set a record by sitting on tail light for 143.4 Km covered in 3 Hrs 21 Min 58 Sec.

On October 22, Constable Sunil Yadav and Constable Arjun Singh made a record by 'standing on seat-bracket riding and Carrying One Adult Man on the shoulder' on Royal Enfield 350cc bike for 19.850 km covered in 41 Min 12 Sec.

The same day H.C. Ramphal Singh made a record for left-side standing on footrest riding on Royal Enfield 350 CC for 77.6 km covered in 2 hrs 11 min 05 sec. On October 24, Constable Ravinder Minde created a world record by double-back riding sitting for 64.3 km covered in 2 hrs 10 min 57 sec.