Riders In Philippines Create New Motorcycle Burnout Guinness Record
We`ve heard about people doing crazy stuff to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, but this one is going to send the environmentalists into a tizzy! Recently the biggest motorcycle burnout was organized by local manufacturers like Ropali, FDR Tires and Kymco in the Tagaytay city of Philippines where around 300 bikers gathered to set a new Guinness Record.
All the 300 bike participants were asked to send their rear wheels smoking, performing a good burnout where they were supposed to hold it for at least 3 seconds. Sounds simple, but definitely it wasn’t a cakewalk for them. Ok, now the outcome of this kind of the burnout competition was another surprise. As per the organizers, this event was a part of a series of Guinness World Record attempts made mainly for the fund raising of the National Historic Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).
Before this task, the riders had to undergo a proper training session conducted one-day prior to the burnout session in order to master the activities and skills to excel in making a new Guinness World Record. However, the first attempt went in vain, but the bikers were successful during the second attempt. To add to the fun factor, big bikes like the BMW`s, Ducati`s, and Harley`s gave company to the gathering as the riders of those bikes cheered the participants.
This is not the first time that such a burnout was held, it was in 2006, when such a record was set with 213 motorcycles. Harleystunts and Smokey Mountain Harley Davidson teams held it from Maryville in Tennessee.
Anyone from India planning to break that record?????