Each one of us love to create memories on weekend ? Isn’t it ?
Chennai is known for it’s long sea coast – The Marina (Bay of Bengal), beauty of the temples situated in Mylapore, Tech parks in Thiruvanmiyur and more combined together makes Chennai the best place to live.
About 60% of techie’s working in Chennai are from the neighbouring places such as Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy and more. Techie’s from other places rent rooms to for their day-to-day activities.
Do you ever felt going back to home with your bike on a weekend after getting yourself stressed on the busy working hours ? If so, this write up is made for you. We are here to suggest you the best route to make your weekend even more cheerful.
A Bike Ride from Chennai to Coimbatore:-
Distance to Coimbatore from Chennai – 508 Kms
Average Speed – 80 KMph | Breaks – 4 (Each of 10 to 15 minutes)
Suggested Break Places – Chengalpattu | Villupuram | Salem
Duration – 9.0 Hours (including breaks)
It was such a lovely sunny day to kick-start my BMW G310R’s. It was about 6 00 AM when I started from Chennai, my bags were packed with a pack of chocolates, few biscuit packets, three energy drinks and two water bottles.
Crossing Koyembedu at 6.30 AM where I saw the crowd waiting for bus to reach their destinations, but why should I worry when I have a companion ? Roads were bumpy but still my G310R went through at it’s best with the upside down forks. Riding through the NH 32 at a speed of 80 KMPh and there is nothing better than crusing this highway with lighter traffic near the toll.
Taking a break at Chengalpattu for 10 minutes after a travel time of 1 Hour 15 minutes (depends upon the traffic) and getting back to the ride merging on to the villupuram service road NH 132 and again getting the G310R set back to NH38 covering till ulundurpet flyover.
Nothing can be better than the empty roads to cruise at 100 KMph at ulundurpet highway for the next few KMs.
It was around 3 when I reached Coimbatore. It was a hot day to start from Chennai but ended up with chill and a relaxing climate on reaching Coimbatore.
The maximum speed I went through was at 120 KMph where still the bike managed to give a good response without vibrations with a fuel effiency engine, the bike managed to claim 35 KMPL which I did not expect from a 300cc Engine.
The above is the story by one of our G310R Rider. So what you feel about his ride ? Do you want to try one ? Do let us know what you think about. Drop us an email about your ride and get notified in our Rider Stories.
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