Final England v West Indies

How the Grand Prize Winner will be chosen

It's been a long and gruelling ride and now it is the fight to the finish! As we step into the last day, here are the Mighty 9 on the Leaderboard, with only 50000 Points separating them. But with 9 CREATE challenges and 135000 Points at stake in the last 2 days, the Tables can turn .

South Africa v Sri Lanka

India v Australia

South Africa v West Indies

The Nagpur Thrillers

It's a tough match tonight as Pakistan face Australia. Cheering with the thousands of cricket devotees will be our Thrill Ambassadors for the evening, Pranjal jeswani Pushkar Ashtikar, Shaunak Kulkarni, Ishwar Kakde and Tejas Deshpande. Pranjal, a regular biker, has an in-depth knowledge of bikes, thanks to his experience in the auto industry. Always interested in the latest happenings in the world of biking, Pranjal is the go-to guy for anything regarding motorcycles. Pushkar Ashtikar has already received his share of stardom in a previous Thrill Diary. Just joking, of course.

Pakistan v Australia

Vasim’s 35 minutes of hell

Vasim Shaikh, our Thrill Ambassador from Mumbai, told us this story while watching the India-Pakistan match. This is serious business, people.  Here goes“ I was riding to Ladakh, when at the Pang valley, I encountered a river crossing formed by the melting of glaciers. Now locals had told me to judge the depth of a river/stream crossing by waiting for a truck to ford it first.I waited, and soon, an Army truck passed, cleared the crossing with no difficulty, and went on its own way. Motivated, I started to cross.

Riding as a Family

Biking runs in the family, as they say. This is the story of one such family which has produced three generations of motorcycle fanatics.The Ashtikar family, hailing from Nagpur, has the love of motorcycle running through its blood. The oldest member of the family, Ashok Ashtikar, aged 74, rides a classic 1970s Jawa, an iconic machine that instills respect in even the most hardened riders today. He is a retired divisional inspector of the Excise Department in Maharashtra. Ashok was posted in the thickly-wooded areas near Melghat, where tigers used to roam freely.

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