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    Default Re: Day 2: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

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    When I sit to write a blog, getting confuse what to type. For instance, my ride is about a social cause, and also I do photography and also I am going touring in it. So should I write about the cause I am doing or photography or the roads and routes update? Little confusing, even by prioritising the topic. Well I started to type on what I was in to confusion and that is what you are reading now.

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    Default Re: Day 2: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

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    Hi @The Monk, I can see all the photographs linked. Please help, is any specific settings to be done? if still the photos didn't look up from your side.

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    Default Re: Day 2: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

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    Hi @The Monk, I can see all the photographs linked. Please help, is any specific settings to be done? if still the photos didn't look up from your side.
    You will be able to see it, because it is your album. Check the same post in an incognito window of your browser. See if the photos are visible there. The album in which you have uploaded these pictures might be set to private. If so please make that album public, so that everyone can see those pictures.
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    Default Re: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

    Thank you @The Monk, Hope now the pics are loading without any access issue.

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    Mean while, a news about the aGegraph journey has been published in the Tamil news paper - Malai Murasu




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    Default Re: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

    Wow, awesome ride and superb pictures
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    Awesome bro
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    Default Re: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

    @tdjbiking

    Nice pictures

    few questions from my side:

    a. Where and for how much did you get your top box and the frame from?

    b. Whats the capacity of the top box.

    c. Does the saddle bag (I presume its a cramster colt) push the rear indicators outward when loaded?

    d. Can a pillion sit with the saddle bag and access the rear foot pegs comfortably?

    e. How was the body dynamics during the ride?

    Last but not at all the least, how did the bike perform in this ride?

    I am looking at AS200 as my next bike, and I'm into touring. I am planning for a luggage setup similar to yours so hence my questions

    Thanks
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    Beautiful photographs of Pulsar AS.
    Just wated to know what this ride "agegraph" is about?
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    Default Re: 3500+ kms, 32 districts of Tamilnadu - aGegraph

    Quote Originally Posted by itsmevini123 View Post
    Wow, awesome ride and superb pictures
    Thanks @itsmevini123

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    Awesome bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by adhirajb View Post
    @tdjbiking
    Nice pictures
    few questions from my side:
    a. Where and for how much did you get your top box and the frame from?
    b. Whats the capacity of the top box.
    c. Does the saddle bag (I presume its a cramster colt) push the rear indicators outward when loaded?
    d. Can a pillion sit with the saddle bag and access the rear foot pegs comfortably?
    e. How was the body dynamics during the ride?
    Last but not at all the least, how did the bike perform in this ride?
    I am looking at AS200 as my next bike, and I'm into touring. I am planning for a luggage setup similar to yours so hence my questions
    Thanks
    @adhirajb

    a. I bought it form Sandhya Automobiles, JC Road (Royal Enfield accessories hub), Bangalore for Rs.1650 (Box only) and frame is for Rs.800.

    b. Top Box: As per the manufacturer GIVI standard - 3kgs. My friend Arul has the same and he managed to load up to 15kgs subject to well packed stuff without any movement inside it. The frame is capable to hold 100kgs as well, again subject to the bike's clamp support to be strong enough.

    c. Yes, It is Cramster and yes it will push the indicator outward but just move the bag little front to the rider seat side to make it ease.

    d. No, not comfortable. But manageable with little adjustment with both saddle bag and footpeg.

    e. The riding position is so comfortable and handling is very fine. I didn't ride NS200 much so I am not sure but AS200's suspension is super, I have to check the same with NS as well. I have encountered heavy wind and the dynamics are good.

    Between 90-100 was the most lovable and smooth cruising speed in AS200. you can do 120+ as well. But 90-100 is like awesome. I am very happy so far and still more days to go so, once the ride is over I will update you more details.

    Quote Originally Posted by amrit_neo View Post
    Beautiful photographs of Pulsar AS.
    Just wated to know what this ride "agegraph" is about?
    @amrit_neo I am a HR professional and I love to share my experience and educate students to develop their human resource abilities. Initially 2011 I used to do sessions whenever I go for campus drives to colleges and later I decided to take this to as max as possible and mingled my passion of biking with HR profession and put to gather I am riding and at the same time contributing my service to students and also promoting safe biking as well. Yearly once from 2012 I am doing this journey all over Tamilnadu.

    For more details visit: aGegraph

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    Default Day 3: Form Pondicherry to Tanjore

    Day 3 route form Pondicherry to Tanjore.

    Pondicherry Cuddalore Pichavaram Chidambaram Karaikal Nagapattinam Thiruvarur Tanjore

    Morning at 7:00am JCI team has arranged a bicycle rally in Pondy beach near Gandhi statue along with school students. I was invited there to give a short speech about safe biking awareness and with bicycle rally inauguration I have started to go to the next district. JCI members for Cuddalore welcomed me and wished for a successfully journey. Pichavaram is famous for mangrove forest beside the sea and sailing along the narrow, dense mangrove forest is worth an experience. After touring Pichavaram, via Karaikal I have met few new biker friends who were very interested to know about my riding gears and about my journey. Spent some time with them in karaikal beach.

    From Chidambaram to Tanjore two lane roads and for few kms there was only one lane and the roads are not good. More like a country road with good sight-seeing locations here and there. If you want to do a country side road trip then I strongly recommend this route. Got a chance to meet JCI members of Nagapattinam and spent some time with them. Nagapattinam to Tangore was night ride for me so I was unable to enjoy the sightseeing and roads also not good. Somehow managed to reach Tanjore. When I entered Tanjore got an issue with self-start and it didnt start. Lights, indicators, and all other electricals are working fine except self-start. Push start is the universal solution if self-start doesnt work. So by push start I have reached the hotel. I was not worried since the Bajaj service centre was very near to the hotel so I know it can be repaired soon by next day morning.

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