New Delhi, Apr 25: Border Security Force’s (BSF) bike stunts performed during the Republic Day parade every year must have left you astonished. On similar lines, two daredevil bikers of ‘Janbaaz’ team of the BSF created a world record on Wednesday by riding on a two-wheeler for over 10 hours while standing on a tall ladder/pole fitted to the steed.

The two bikers – Inspector Awdhesh Kumar Singh and Head Constable Durvesh Kumar – have set a new world record by riding the motorcycle for 10 hours 34 minutes 27 seconds continuously while standing on a 16 feet 5 inch tall ladder/pole. BSF’s daredevil team is famous for their gravity-defying stunts.

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Recently, the footage of the rider went viral on the social media in which he was seen driving a Royal Enfield motorbike while standing on a pole.

Earlier in 2017, a team of Army Service Corps (ASC) entered the Guinness Book of World Records with 58 Indian Army personnel riding a 500 cc Royal Enfield motorbike for 1,200m at Karnataka’s Yelahanka Air Force Station.