India is a magic nation, so there are often some strange things to refresh our three outlooks! The Indian army's "tornado" motorcycle stunt team set a new record by performing 58 stunts on a motorcycle, the Indian Express reported on November 19. It broke the world record of 56 men set by the Indian army in 2010.
At the beginning of live video broadcast in Indian media, not all 58 people were on motorcycles. Some people got on motorcycles while running, and they had to keep the balance of the whole vehicle.
The Indian army's "tornado" motorcycle stunt team set a new record by performing 58 stunts on a motorcycle, the Indian Express reported on November 19. It broke the world record of 56 men set by the Indian army in 2010.
A 500 cc Royal Enfield motorbike carrying 58 tornado performers performed at yerahanka Air Force Base in Bangalore, India Sunday. It's 1200 meters of normal riding.
The world record before the tornado team was also set by the Indian army. In 2010, the Indian army's communications forces' reckless ghost 'performance team set a world record of 56 people.
Since 1982, under the leadership of Colonel Rao and captain Wilma, the "tornado" stunt team has created 19 Indian and world-class stunt records. The name of the 'tornado' team itself has become synonymous with stunts and record breaking in India. The picture shows all the members of the 'tornado' performing team. The officers in charge are Colonel Rao and captain Wilma
At the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi, the first appearance of the "tornado" performance team caused a sensation. Since 1982, the team has performed more than 1000 performances at home and abroad. The whole performance team consists of 39 officers, including two leaders.