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Golden Quadrilateral

Postby suryajit » Wed Oct 26, 2011 12:43 pm

Thinking of a road trip to Golden Quadrilateral.
Collected the following information.

Road Map
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Route
Only National Highways are used in the Golden Quadrilateral. The four legs use the following National Highways:
Delhi – Kolkata: NH 2
Delhi – Mumbai: NH 8 (Delhi – Kishangarh), NH 79A (Ajmer bypass), NH 79 (Nasirabad – Chittaurgarh), NH 76 (Chittaurgarh – Udaipur), NH 8 (Udaipur – Mumbai)
Mumbai – Chennai: NH 4 (Mumbai – Bangalore), NH 7 (Bangalore – Krishnagiri), NH 46 (Krishnagiri – Ranipet), NH 4 (Ranipet – Chennai)
Kolkata – Chennai: NH 6 (Kolkata – Kharagpur), NH 60 (Kharagpur – Balasore), NH 5 (Balasore – Chennai)

Cities and distance
Delhi-Kolkata 1,453 km
Chennai-Mumbai 1,290 km
Kolkata-Chennai 1,684 km
Mumbai-Delhi 1,419 km

Total
5846 km

Anyone interested?
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby Ashoksh » Mon Nov 21, 2011 5:29 pm

why not sure....

but before that we need to decide lots of things... like
1. who will be the menebers of our trip...
2. duration of the trip...
3. approx budget of the trip...
4. last but not the least the rules for the trip...
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby suryajit » Mon Nov 21, 2011 11:10 pm

Hey Ashok
It's simple,

1. Whoever wants to join us will be the members. If no one is in, I'll be the only rider for the trip.
2. Plan is to cover appx. 6000 km and 500 km/day. It could be changed a little at run time.
3. Depending upon rider's bike mileage, fuel cost for covering 6000 km + Food + Lodging, appx 750 INR/day if sharing in group of 2.
4. It's simple, ride safe and keep yourself okay first. Stopping at a specific distance or after certain duration. Other things will be taken care during the trip. From my experience, too much planning spoils trips. :)
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby Ashoksh » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:42 am

ya i agree that too much planning spoils the trip.
But some sort of planning is required.
Again i asking a silly thing but need to ask:-
will my pulsar 150 will be suitable for the trip.
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby suryajit » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:29 pm

No question is silly brother and this is a good question to ask, in this case. I don't know your bike condition, but I think it will do its job. Even FZ16 is 150 cc brother. Lets see give a try at least.
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby Ashoksh » Sat Nov 26, 2011 1:57 pm

my machine is in good condition. doing good. & before going for any long trip i always visits the service center for servicing of my machine..
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Re: Golden Quadrilateral

Postby suryajit » Sat Nov 26, 2011 2:53 pm

So what say? Are you in? It'll be good to see you in.
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