Bon Voyage! Julian!
Posted On: February 19, 2015
By : AutoLife Team
Julian Shrestha has finally embarked on his much awaited tour, one that is going to be for the record books.Astride his 1979 model, 350cc Royal Enfield, Julian is expected to ride across the globe. However, the first phase of his voyage will be taking him to London via Delhi-Istanbul-Iran-Turkey-Bulgaria-Serbia-Croatia-Austria-Germany-Denmark-Sweden-Belgium-France-Spain. If all goes according to plan, he will venture into North America, South America then Africa.This will be a first for any Nepali, setting a major milestone for the riders and auto enthusiasts of our country. The successful completion of the trip will also propel Julian into the book of world records.For more information grab the latest issue of AutoLife Magazine (Vol 4 issue 1) and stay tuned for more updates on our page.
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