THE TEST TEAM

Evo India - - DRIVEN -

This month we do Aus­tralia’s most iconic road trip to Uluru. The evo team lists out their most mem­o­rable road trip.

SIRISH CHAN­DRAN

Edi­tor

“From Arica in Chile cut­ting across South Amer­ica to Buenos Aires, chas­ing the Dakar in a VW Amarok pickup. Eight days that will never be for­got­ten.”

OUSEPH CHACKO

As­sis­tant edi­tor

“Driv­ing through Nepal and Ti­bet to Ever­est Base Camp with old bud­dies. We topped it off by canyon swing­ing off a 525ft high bridge!”

BYRAM GO­DREJ

Con­tribut­ing edi­tor

“Driv­ing across from Ra­jasthan to Tripura in a Swift while crossing some of the more hos­tile parts of the coun­try. Roads ceased to ex­ist at many points. Truly epic!”

ANIRUDDHA A RANGNEKAR

Con­tribut­ing edi­tor

“Pune to Si­achen in the Duster. Five days of non-stop driv­ing and con­tin­u­ally chang­ing to­pog­ra­phy. Amaz­ing food and com­pany made for mem­o­ries that’ll last a life­time.”

ANAND MO­HAN

Prin­ci­pal Cor­re­spon­dent

“A sim­ple evening drive from Delhi to Cor­bett in an Alto. Hit thick fog late in the evening, used the GPS, drove at 10kmph through the night with my neck craned out of the win­dow.”

BEN­JAMIN GRACIAS

Cor­re­spon­dent

“Crash­ing out just past Pang, get­ting the bike fixed then crossing More plains and Tanglang La, alone in snow­fall and slush, made the 2014 Hi­malayan Odyssey a mem­o­rable af­fair.”

AATISH MISHRA

Cor­re­spon­dent

“Through Bhutan. We started in Odisha, went up to Sikkim, en­tered Bhutan from the west and out from the east. I wanted to con­tinue through the North East and Bangladesh but Ed wanted me back in the of­fice.”

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