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If You’re Having Everything Under Control, You Aren’t Fast Enough, Said Mario Andretti Once And At FHM, Everything Is Racy And Pacy. So, Go Fast And Go Furious…

01. YAMUNA EXPRESSWAY

India’s longest 6-lane, controlled-access, 165-km long stretch connects two cities of Uttar Pradesh, Greater Noida and Agra. With CCTV cameras installed at every 5km, there are less chances of going all cylinders. Mind you, there are hefty fines for crossing the speed limit. But the superbike you have parked at home is of no use until you decide one day that unlike football, cricket and baseball, you actually need more than one ball to race.

 Length:-165kms   Number of lanes:- Type of road:-Concrete

Yamuna Expressway

But the superbike you have parked at home is of no use until you decide one day that unlike football, cricket and baseball, you actually need more than one ball to race.

02. BANJARA HILLS ROAD

Banjara Hills is an urban commercial centre in Hyderabad. The area was a hilly forest and least inhabited in the past. Royal family members of Nizam’s dynasty used it as a hunting ground. But now it has completely transformed into a market cum business hub. With the roads segregated from 1 to 14, there are illegal races held every Saturday at midnight in the area. Get your bike and some to money to bet and you’ll be instantly taken into the gang.

 Length-12kms (From Road no 1 to road no 2) Number of lanes-Type of road-Concrete

With the roads segregated from 1 to 14, there are illegal races held every Saturday at midnight in the area. Get your bike and some to money to bet and you’ll be instantly taken into the gang.

03. MUMBAI PUNE EXPRESSWAY

If Yamuna Expressway is India’s longest 6-lane stretch, the Mumbai-Pune expressway of 95kms is the nation’s first tolled high speed road. Cleaving through a scenic Sahyadri mountain ranges through passes and tunnels, the entire length has a barbed wire fencing to keep out the stray cattle. There are no bikes allowed on the expressway, but who cares about the rules. There are races organised by bikers’ gang on weekends. Find a nut of a friend and participate in one of them. Need a reason to do that? You will get to meet a lot of women… nurses, mostly!

 Length-95kms   Number of lanes- Type of road-Concrete

There are no bikes allowed on the expreesway, but who cares about the rules.

04. WESTERN EXPRESSWAY

The 25-km 8-10 lane arterial road of the Western Expressway is a hotspot for highway racers. It is the widest road in the city and has no traffic signal till Mira road, Mumbai. Bikers are found till wee hours to be going full throttle two days a week. There are many other spots like Marine Drive, Worli Sea Face and Chembur Freeway, but Western Expressway is thronged in the weekends by biker gangs for drag races.

 Length-25kms  Number of lanes-8-10 Type of road-Concrete

The 25 km 8-10 lane arterial road of the western expressway is a hotspot for highway racers.

05. DELHI GURGAON EXPRESSWAY

A joyride of 28kms connecting Delhi and Gurgaon is a part of the golden quadrilateral project. The expressway is the busiest inter-city route in India. With 11 flyovers, CCTV surveillance and SOS one-way telephones at every 1.5kms, the scenic beauty of the expressway is a sight to behold. Bikers from Delhi and NCR can throng to the stretch and race their mean machines. There are races organized from different checkpoints on the expressway on weekends which are deadly but stunts and bet races are on full display.

Length-28kms  Number of lanes-4-6 Type of road-Concrete

There are races organized from different checkpoints on the expressway on weekends which are deadly but stunts and bet races are on full display.

Tadas! Happy Racing!

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