Pallavi Fauzdar- First female solo biker in Limca Book of Records to achieve highest motorcycling

admin@throttle|Updated: August 10, 2016 18:36
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Her passion of riding has made her cross eight Himalayan passes, which are all at a height of 5000 m above sea level in 16 days. Meet Pallavi Fauzdar, the dashing female biker of Agra. Recently, she reached the tip of Mana pass (at the border of India and Tibet) which is at a mighty height of 5638 m(18497 ft) above sea level and has one of the most difficult riding terrains.


She has received acknowledgement and certificate from Limca Book of Records for being the first woman solo biker to achieve the highest motorcycling. Crossing the gruesome boulder tracks, snow covered roads, waters and low oxygen levels, she managed to reach the world’s-highest motorable mountain pass.


A fashion designer, Reiki practitioner and mother of two, this enthusiastic rider says that there is divine intervention in her success and feels lucky to have a strong family support. She is also the first female rider to reach Deo Tal Lake  that is at an altitude of 17950 ft. She feels that with courage and determination, women can achieve anything in this world.