Konark, Kanteerva Stadium
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Bangalore's one more ardours Brevet - Jog Falls - 1000K BRM, its an enchanting ride taking off from the busy streets of namma Bengaluru onto the Hassan highway, quickly cutting into country side passing by the famous heritage site Belur know for famous Chennakesava temple built by the Hoysalas thereafter riders being greeted with aroma of coffee spread along the narrow winding roads, quite & deserted, as your spin your legs slowly onto Western ghats the rolling terrains opens up into no mans land @ Kudremukh forest the beautiful mountain landscapes and forest cover. By evening hitting the Mangalore highway crossing the backwater water bodies along the coastal belt, halt for a relaxing Sunset view at Marvanthe beach where you are sandwiched between sea and river. Immediately bump into a narrow deep stretch to reach the famous temple town of Kollur. Thereafter the challenging climb in the dense Mookambika forest stretch, once conquered jump out to a highly rolling terrain with deep descents where no civilisation exists its you, your bike & nature for pure bliss before reaching the famous Jog Falls. As you Refresh, Refuel and Relax get immersed watching the Jog Falls from the comfort of your room. Get back on the scenic stretch of tree covered rolling terrain all the way to Shimoga, Arsikere and beautiful highly rolling terrain to Chanarayapatna, back on the Hassan highway reach Bangalore for accomplishing an Epic ride....
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