We define ourselves happy visiting a very few places in our locality, city, state, nation or some part on this earth and proclaim it as a tiresome job to do so. On the other hand, we could find only very unusual people who really dream to travel and dare to do so long distances to explore this magnificent earth despite all odds
Beats Back 5 Continents, 14 Countries, 47,000 km in a Span of 18 Months Considered as an inspiring name for the bikers across the nation and globe, Bharadwaj Dayana made his way apart from others. He was determined to go around the world on his bike making himself unequalled with the rest of men who rarely dare to do so. Bharadwaj Dayala was someone who never even travelled on his motorbike away from his hometown Vishakhapatnam while made up his mind to travel across the world
He is the only amazing Indian who dreamed of something and turned that up into a reality. Bharadwaja Dayala aged 44 years travelled across the world in a horizontal line to make his lifelong dream to reality going places with his own funds for about one and half years. Hailing from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, Bharadwaj Dayala is the only Indian who had achieved this feat of travelling across the world on an Indian made bike.
Sources add that he is only Indian who had completed world tour on a solo bike ride that too on Indian bike which hardly meets the needs conditions of world roadways. Bharadwaj Dayala travelled across the globe on Hero Karizma, an Indian-made bike without the taking aid of any sponsors to meet his expenses to rule the itineraries around the world.
Made His Dream Real and Emerged as First Indian to Travel the World on Single Bike Though the dream was free of cost while the expenses would cost oneself a fortune, while Bharadwaj Dayala worked for a decade to cover the costs after being ignored by many companies who didn’t dare to sponsor claiming it as too ambitious project due to incredulity in it
The world tour Bharadwaj Dayala was flagged off from Hyderabad by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy in April 2006 from where he took flight with his bike to Tehran, Iran. Kicking off his never ending journey on international roads he rode about 47000 km in a span of 18 months travelling through Iran, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Greece, Italy, France, United Kingdom, Canada, the US, Australia, Indonesia and Bangladesh.