- The event is a part of Apache Pro performance X platform
- The stunts were performed on a TVS Apache RTR 200 4V motorcycle
- More than 25,000 people were in attendance at the non-stop stunt marathon
- The riders performed a number of stunts including - Jesus Christ Pose and Mega Bike Burnout
TVS Apache made it to the Asia Book of Records with a six-hour non-stop stunt marathon. The record-breaking show was held in Pune in the midst of heavy rainfall. The Apache Pro performance X event witnessed participation from five stunt teams from Bengaluru, Jaipur, Coimbatore, Indore and Delhi performed a number of different stunts on the TVS Motor Company's premium motorcycle, Apache RTR 200 4V motorcycle.
The stunt teams left the spectators at the Seasons Mall - Pune in absolute awe as they performed the following stunts - Jesus Christ Pose, Synchronized Flower Burnout, Pillion Thrill-Ride, 360 Degree Front Wheelie, Suicide Burnout, and a Mega Bike Burnout as the grand finale enthralled the audience. The stunt riders performed the event despite the heavy rainfall and improved their last record of performing stunts for 5 hours straight at Chennai in 2017.
The Apache Pro performance X platform is a step up of the Apache Pro Performance (APP). This initiative is driven by TVS Racing and aims to promote TVS Apache RTR Series motorcycles' performance prowess in a controlled environment among its audience. The Apache Pro Performance also tries to connect the buyers and purists to TVS Motor Company's essence ‘Racing DNA Unleashed’. More than 25,000 people were in attendance at the event which also motivated the riders to continue with the show despite the bad weather.
For the update, TVS recently launched the 2019 edition of its flagship motorcycle - Apache RR 310. The 2019 Apache RR 310 is powered by the same single-cylinder, liquid-cooled 313 cc DOHC motor as seen on the previous edition of the motorcycle. The true Indian supersport is now equipped with a race-tuned slipper clutch that assists the rider with smooth up-shifts and downshifts. The Supersport is up against the likes of KTM RC 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 300.