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The next couple of years will be momentous for OutThere Adventurers. We are going after a host of World Records ... with a vengeance. The Cliff Riders, Amrit Ganga and Race to the Sea are first on the agenda. The Longest Mile comes next. And then what we call The Trilogy of Epic Journeys - three Guinness World Record rides, on three different kinds of vehicles - a Jet Ski, an ATV and a Tractor. All to go further than anyone has ever gone before. Details on these efforts will come up soon. Keep coming back here for updates.

But before all these wonderful expeditions come up, we have two more coming up - The Nagarpurabad Challenge and OneHelluvaRide. Click on the links and see what they are all about.

The Cliff Riders is an attempt to better the existing Guinness World Record of the highest altitude reached by a motorcycle. Three OutThere Adventurers are making the attempt on a peak in Ladakh in attempt to ride to an altitude of 21,000 feet.
Amrit Ganga is an attempt to better the existing Guinness World Record of the maximum distance covered by a jet ski in six hours. The effort will be made down the Ganges. The effort is to cover a distance of 250km within the stipulated six hours.
Amrit Ganga continues as a second jet ski attempt for a Guinness World Record. The attempt is to better the record of the maximum distance covered by a jet ski in 24 hours. This will be in continuation of the six hour effort and the target is 1100k.m
 
The Longest Mile is the fourth Guinness World Record attempt. This is an attempt is to better the current record of the highest altitude reached by a motor vehicle by reaching an altitude of 23,000 feet on a 8000m peak in the mighty Himalayas.
The time taken to drive the 5000km odd between Leh and Kaniyakumari is a little over five days. We aim to better this record by logging a time of less than five days. This is not a Guinness World Record but qualifies as a Limca World Record.
 

If you want to take a look at what we have been up to in the past, click here.