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Looking for a touring partner for Mumbai-Bangalore ride.

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  • Looking for a touring partner for Mumbai-Bangalore ride.

    I am planning a Mumbai-Bangalore(one-way) tour on my Pulsar 220 on the 21st or 22nd of this month.

    Since the bike is in the running in period, i won't be able to exceed 70kmph. I plan to take the NH4- mumbai-kolhapur-belgaum-bangalore route and do it leisurely over 3-4 days with halts in between.

    Anybody interested in touring along?

    Please let me know soon as I have got a job in Bangalore and need to go soon!

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      Hi Mayur...

      I belive Mumbai to bangalore can be done in 2-3 days even on a new bike without ripping it.. but Leisurely over 3-4 days is a bit complicated for others to join you...

      The appro. distance is 1000km and you can split it to a two days trip.. covering 500 kms a day...

      Any ways u hv a PM. check it out..

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