men from the southern city of Bengaluru and their motorbikes, embark upon a
crazy trip to explore the isolated parts of Arunachal Pradesh. They need
logistics, machines and material to carry out this wild task. Two brave
mercenaries from Pune bring them the machines, material and a back-up van to
help them accomplish t-his onerous mission.
nine bikers, along with the high-speed Winger, slither through the deadly
terrains of the Arunachal Hills on a seven day rendezvous, passing though steep
gorges, slippery off-roads,
stealthy valleys, deceptive passes amidst bountiful valleys, magnificent
waterfalls, winding rivers, astonishing ropeways and pouring rain.
seven-day man-machine-nature saga starts off smoothly but unbeknownst to
the men and the machines, troubles envelop the machines as each day progresses.
The rendezvous nose-dives into dangerous exercises as the machines fail each
day and the nerves of the nine men are put to severe test. Disorientation sets
into the minds of the steely men. Will they survive against all odds and
triumphantly overcome obstacles or will they succumb to the pressures of their
Arunachal Motorcycle Diaries to get a whiff of the ultimate biking
Arunachal Motorcycle Diaries is
penned by Ganesh Venkataraman, based on his biking exploits with his bike-mates
on the steep terrain of eastern Arunachal Hills. He is a member of a biker’s
group based in the city of Bengaluru. The author has a keen interest in nature
photography, trekking, biking and travelling- both inland and overseas. He is
also a keen student of History.
book is his second published work. His first published novel, The Madhigattan Encounter, is based on
the Madhigattan Woods at the scenic Kodai Hills, situated in the state of Tamil