Apache Pro Performance, a collective of pan-India stunt teams riding specially-prepared Apache RTR 200 4Vs, has set an Asian record yet again with a one-and-a-half-hour stunt show at the highest altitude
Apache Pro Performance X, a group of fifteen dedicated stunt riders from five TVS factory teams across India already set a record after a six-hour stunt-a-thon, setting spectators’ hearts on fire. The stunters have a knack of putting up spectacular shows, and earning themselves an Asian record in the process!
And, not content with one record, the stunters set about about bettering their performance with a one-and-a-half stunt performance in Kaza, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, at a height of 14,800 feet, making it the highest altitude for a motorcycle stunt show in Asia.
Apache Pro Performance has always been pushing the envelope, with a five-hour stunt show in Chennai in 2017, which they bettered with a six-hour performance on June 9, 2019, both on specially-prepared TVS Apache RTR 200 4v.
So, with an Asian record for the longest continuous stunt show, and now another one for a stunt show held at the highest altitude, the sky’s the literal limit for what the TVS stunt teams will think up (and no doubt achieve) next!