Bikers vroom at Ajmera i-Land's Game On event

Sep 28, 2013, 08:35 IST | MiD DAY Correspondent

The Ajmera i-land Sports Academy's Game On powered by MiD DAY saw an audience of nearly a 1000 for the dirt biking and cricket tournaments held at their ground in Wadala over the weekend

The Dirt Biking event in particular had an audience of over 600 and saw riders in the age group of four to 55 years competing. The race included five single jumps and a huge six-foot table top that was the highlight of the competition as bikes flew across the track — some reaching elevations as his as 15 feet in the the air zooming across the 550-metre mud track.

Winners of Game On’s Dirt Biking event at the Ajmera i-Land racing Academy in Wadala recently


Participants included riders from Goa, Pune, Nashik and Navi Mumbai. The Ajmera i-land team, led by Atul Ajmera, worked round the clock 48 hours prior to the event even as rains threatened to disrupt the competition.

A biker makes a jump

Dirt Biking winners
Yuvraj (U-10, Pune), Yash Powar (U-14, Nasik), Scooter Class: Pinkesh Thakkar (Pune), Cycle race: Desmond Mirinda (Mumbai),
Foreign Class: Abijeet Jadhav (Pune),
2-Stroke Open Class: Jagjeet Singh (Mumbai), 4-Stroke Open Class: Pinkesh Thakkar (Pune), 2+4-Stroke Mix Class: Pinkesh Thakkar (Pune),
College Class: Yash Powar (Nashik), Novice Class: Sharuk Namazi (Mumbai), Bullet Class: Navin Nair (Mumbai)  

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