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Thread: 386km ride to Mondarmoni to celebrate her Birthday

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    Thumbs up Mondarmoni 386km ride........as a gift on her 1st birthday

    It is my 1st try in write up a trip log. What came in my mind just wrote it down here. Sorry for the title resemblance at first..but now it is changed...so now there is no contradiction

    Then it was the time of Durga Puja,we bengalees worship Devi Durga,but dat vacation went somehow different with me, I got ma 1st bike. It was d day 6th October 2008 I got her from the Rolta. It was Black, my dad insisted on red but Black being my fav color I went for it. I got a loadzz of experiences with her. My girlfriends never told me, but I am sure she envy her.
    Yesterday it was her 1st birthday, I was going to cross 10k on the Odo. I was eager to dat & decided to go for Mondarmoni the lonely beach of West Bengal(distance 4m Kolkata around 170kms)….with her to show her the sea on her 1st Birthday….
    We were Three persons..me with my girlfriend on my pulsy, and my elder brother on his pulsy…
    Trip log is coming shortly..
    few glimpses....



    Last edited by koolbhas87; 10-10-2009 at 03:06 AM. Reason: Sorry for title resemblance...
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    ahh.... luvly place that is...
    we rode there on 2006 ... thanks for sharing...

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    lovely place that is.now bring the rest of it BHASKAR.

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    Bring the rest Brother!!
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    Lovely teasers there! Bring on the rest.

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    I am so sorry guys to make you wait for such a long time. It is my BSNL Broadband which played hode n seek with me. I was unable to log on in the past days. But now again I am here to share my Experience....

    The plan was done b4 and we set it out on day of her birthday. On the 6th Tuesday I set my tripmeter to zero and set out from home at 6:30 to meet my brother Abhinaba at Baguiati Bus stop. I was so eager to start on,I took a small breakfast of a cup of tea and two-piece of biscuits. We were about to go to Mourigram to pick Oyshee from her home. Abhinaba came late as always. After a short chitchat we started rolling on. On reaching EM Bypass, I started my run for life drive as there was hardly any traffic on d road. We reached Mourigram around 7.30. Abhinaba hardly knew the road and seeing the congestion in Andul road, he got frustrated. We den started from Mourigram Bridge towards NH6. Within no time we arrived at Alampur. Great roads coupled with the daylight pushed me and my beast to the limits; I maintained speeds of 75-85 kmph, coz as it was his 1st ride with me it seemed hard for Abhinaba to maintain the pace with me. On a couple of occasion I touched the three digit, as my pillion was not so comfortable with that speed. We didn’t stop at Azad Hind Dhaba, Uluberia, though we planned to do so to take the fuel for us and for our beasts. We stopped directly at Kolaghat. It was showing just 86kms in the odo. We got our breakfast and tea at a roadside hotel, we wished to halt at Sher-e-Punjab but we had to make our halt short.. The sky was bit rude to us. Itwas raining a little bit then.......







    Can you see the muds in the forks and in tyres?? It was the mud of that scary Digha road. Our legs shoes all became full of "lal mati" or red muds and became heavy in the rain...
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    Bring the next lot
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    Soon we took the left turn from Kolaghat, we encountered the proposed 4 lane Digha Road, where the roadwork is stopped due to some internel chaos of the government and promoters. The road has many divesions, I tried to count them, alike the bumpers we encountered while offroading Gadiara, but after hitting some "du hat chorie thaka" potholes, I just concentrated on driving my beast carefully and responsibly, coz I had someone as pillion.We could maintain an average speed of 60 to 65 upto Nandakumar, when we reached there the watch showed it 11.15am. We took a right turn from there and continued journey towards Digha. The road was the standard two lane state highway, and road was sourrounded by some breathtaking views. We halted somewhere in that road for some shutter click. Abhinaba was quite exited seeing those sceneic beauties, but I was bit worried about the road condition after Chaulkhola at that time coz it was raining there and we didn't know what is waiting for us....



    They were crows...
    We again started rolling nd reached Chaulkhola by Contai Bypass,the only road after NH6 having a good condition. But after Chaulkhola, we took a left turn and we saw the 12kms road wating for us is in a terrible condition. Everything was present there to slow down our pace. It took about more than 35mins to cross that 12km road. Finally at around 1.45pm we could see d sea infront of us, and really I can't express what I felt at that moment. No people, no cars, no noise just the sea and we infront of it. There were some fishing boats with fishermen.



    We stopped going near to the sea. I was eager to touch the water and after a while I was in the water, nd then Abhinaba too. I took some pictures and tried some pose with my beast and returned to the shore coz our everything was on our bikes. We spent more than a hour on the beach,never knew when the time passed.









    Then we saw it was getting late and started our journey back from there. We stopped at Contai bazar to have our lunch of paratha and chicken kosha around 3.30pm. Then we set off our return legs towards NH6. I was trying to get on NH6 on the daylight. The road after Kolaghat had frightened me. But it got dark before we reach the highway. We halted at kolaghat around 6.45. Took a little tea break at Sher-e-Punjab and again started our journey back home. I was going to cross 10K in odo after crossing Uluberia. I was eager to make it a memory, as soon as we crossed Dhulagor I saw it being 10K , I stopped nd clicked it as fast as possible,though there was no hurry. then again we started rolling. We took the road through which we came, dropped Oyshee at her place nd rode back to our sweet home around 9.00pm.
    It was a terrific experience for me nd surely also for the other two. I was damn tired, This was my longest trip till now..386km.........I was happy.I liked the journey.....and I wish to do more than it in future.....I just wat to keep rolling nd rolling nd rolling.........

    Total Distance Covered - 386kms
    Riders & Beasts - Me & Oyshee ( P150 )
    Abhinaba ( P150 )

    More photos are coming...on d way.....
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    Hmmm..... I think I have read a trip log with almost same heading a month ago here in tourer section of xBhp from this part of the world.
    Anyways, nice photos and log. Waiting for rest of the pictures.
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