Bikers Document Journey on Mountain Pass called "Worlds Most Dangerous Road" ... Vol. Cheek Clincher

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  1. nazdrowie

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    Daredevil bikers brave 'the world's most dangerous road' on cliff edge in vertigo-inducing headcam video

    • Charanpreet Singh drives carefully but confident along the edge of the cliff
    • Journey affords excellent views of the mountains to the right
    • They navigate waterfalls as well as treacherous corners 
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    By HARRIET MALLINSON FOR MAILONLINE

    PUBLISHED:  07:06 EST, 5 June 2016 | UPDATED:  10:19 EST, 5 June 2016

    Would you ride along a cliff edge?

    This group of men wouldn't hesitate after they filmed themselves in a vertigo-inducing video braving one of the world's most dangerous roads in India on motorbikes.

    Charanpreet Singh uploaded their breathtaking journey from Killar in Pangi Valley, Himachal Pradesh to Kishtwar, Jammu and Kashmir to YouTube  where it has quickly gone viral.

    Brave bikers travel on 'the world's most dangerous road'

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    Group of thrill-seekers brave one of the world's most dangerous roads in India on motorbikes

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    They drive carefully along a narrow path at the top of a high cliff, rock jutting out above them and a spectacular view to their right of the mountains - it's probably best not to look down too much on this trip.

    He wrote: 'This stretch from Killar to Kishtwar between two villages Ishtyari and Tyari is also known as cliffhanger and is one of the most dangerous, scary, and exciting road patches of India.' 

    Singh rides behind two companions - no doubt giving them the scarier ordeal as they are first to face obstacles. 

    While they appear relatively confident for much of their journey, when they tackle corners they take care to hug the cliff face and use their feet to push themselves along in order to have more control.

    Another impressive view is of a waterfall pouring off the high cliff above them, Singh refers to them as 'mystical' as he stares up in wonder.

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    While they appear relatively confident for much of their journey, when they tackle corners they take care to hug the cliff face and use their feet to push themselves along in order to have more control.

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    There are several hair-raising moment when their bike drives perilously close to the edge and quite fast given the circumstances - but it seems they are in control throughout. 

    Navigating some of the water tumbling onto their path proves tricky and the bikes slow considerably as they bump along through the enormous puddles.

    There are several hair-raising moment when their bike drives perilously close to the edge and quite fast given the circumstances - but it seems they are in control throughout.

    Singh tackled this challenging route last year which was also highly popular online when he uploaded his footage.

    It seems the thrill-seeker often enjoys riding his motorbike in dangerous areas according to other videos on his YouTube channel.

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    Navigating some of the water tumbling onto their path proves tricky and the bikes slow considerably as they bump along through the enormous puddles. 

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    Singh tackled this challenging route last year which was also highly popular online when he uploaded his footage

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...igo-inducing-headcam-video.html#ixzz4Akm6YHLh  


     
     
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  2. 360waves

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    It's beautiful and amazing but I could never do it. I'm afraid of heights. Recently went to the Grand Canyon and I was 15+ feet from the edge. No thanks. Awesome video though
     
  3. stuntman mike

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    looks like it'd be much worse in a car or a truck.