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Adventure sports get a new venue in Millennium City

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Gurgaon, February 18, 2013
First Published: 01:41 IST(18/2/2013) | Last Updated: 01:42 IST(18/2/2013)

The residents of the Millennium City got a new venue for adventure sports.

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The Raw Adventurez which was launched on Sunday will offer a wide range of activities, including off-raod tracking and grape crushing.

Located at village Bhandwari in Gurgaon, the facility comprises off-road tracks for all-terrain vehicles (ATV), sport utility vehicles (SUVs) storming, Harley cruising, rock climbing, grape crushing and wine tasting.   

“The idea was to get adventure closer to people. We want people to get out of their luxurious homes, lose the pampered lifestyle for a day and experience the wild, the mud, the slush, the heat,” said Amanveer Singh, director of Ten Events and Entertainment and one of the founders of Raw Adventurez.

The ambiance for all the adventure sports was artificially made by digging at few spots, making large mud dunes and gushing liters of water.

“It took us 14 days to make it look like this. We used cranes, JCBs, etc. The tracks were designed by the beat of professionals from the teams of Royal Rajasthan Rally, Raid De Himalaya, and Desert Storm,” said Gulati.

On Sunday, more than 150 Harley Davidson bikes, SUVs and ATVs participated in the event. “It’s all about passion. The facility is open to only those invited. People here want to experiment with new concepts,” added Singh.


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