World record holder “TORNADOES” motorcycle expedition flagged off from Udhampur


UDHAMPUR, OCTOBER 25: A motorcycle expedition comprising of 11 riders on Royal Enfield Himalyan was flagged off on Monday by Lt Gen S Harimohan Iyer, Chief of Staff, Headquarters Northern Command from Dhruva War Memorial inside Udhampur military garrison.

The Army Service Corps Motorcycle display team “Tornadoes” led by Maj Shivam Singh comprises of one Officer and 10 Other Ranks will ride to Srinagar, Kargil, Leh, Khardung La, Siachen Base Camp, Pang, Shimla and Chandigarh before finally culminating at National War Memorial, New Delhi on November 11, covering a total distance of 2500 kms over rugged & treacherous terrain.

The Motorcycle expedition signifies the courage and glory of the Indian Army. The bikers will pay homage at various War Memorials enroute in the Northern frontiers, including Rezang La. The Army Service Corps will be celebrating its 261st Corps Day on 08 Dec 2021 & the Tornadoes motorcycle expedition aims to commemorate the rich history of the Corps by undertaking the challenging expedition.

The Army Service Corps Tornadoes have the honour of holding 32 certified World Records & have displayed their skills at various national & international gatherings. The records include categories such as longest ride through tunnel of fire & highest and fastest pyramids. The team is based at the Army Service Corps Centre (South), Bangalore.