If you're a die-hard fan of Valentino Rossi, and have grown up idolising Giacomo Agostini, it is already settled that you love the world of two-wheeler racing, and live for the thrill and danger that come with it.
And while you may practise the sport in your hometown, sometime away, we know you dream big. So today, we have listed out five of the most toughest race tracks in the world that are every biker's dream.1. TT Course, The Isle Of Man
The Isle of Man TT Mountain Course is the holy grail of all motorsports across the globe, and undoubtedly one of the most dangerous ones too. Started in 1904, the event takes place every May and June at the Isle Of Man, a tiny country between England and Ireland, that doubles up as 37.73-mile arduous, claw-shaped mountain course with sharp bends, deadly turns and bumpy roads, set between gorgeous, hilly green landscapes.2. Silverstone Circuit
Located right next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury, the circuit hosts the British round of the MotoGP series. The Silverstone circuit is every pro-biker's dream, and why wouldn't it be? The legendary corners and straights, the thrill of the track and the camaraderie of the pits, add to the adrenaline rush.3. Suzuka Circuit
Suzuka Circuit at Suzuka City is the first full-scale international racing course in Japan with five configurations - the car full circuit, the motorcycle full circuit, the "Suzuka east," "Suzuka west car," and "Suzuka west motorcycle" configurations. Some of the circuit's major events include the Asia Road Racing Championship, Coca-Cola Suzuka 8 Hours and MFJ Grand Prix Superbike Race.4. The Sepang International Circuit
Designed by German architect, Hermann Tilke, The Sepang International Circuit is a motorsport race track in Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia. The main circuit, which is 5.5 kilometres long, is known for its sweeping corners and wide straights. Some of the major events of the circuit are Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prixx 2019, Sepang 1000KM Endurance Race 2019, and 2019 Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship.5. Mugello Circuit
Mugello & Tuscany
With a total track-length of 3.2 miles, Mugello Circuit at Tuscany, Italy is known for its fast curves and incredible slopes. Constructed in 1974, the circuit is situated 292 metres above sea level, and has 15 steep turns.
When we talk about the craziest race tracks in the world, we also need to include mind-blowing super-bikes that race on these tracks. One such bike that fits the bill of adventurous racing is the all new TVS Apache RR 310 with an engine capacity of 312.2cc that delivers best-in-class power-to-weight ratio.
The bike is well-equipped with advanced aerodynamics to achieve maximum downforce, minimum wind blast and higher top speed.
But that's not it.
Reverse inclined engine makes upstream air being used effectively to pass through the air filter with ram effect. This gives a compact engine layout and optimum engine temperature at all conditions.
Besides, RR 310's lightweight trellis frame is perfect for racing. It offers higher stiffness with best structural efficiency for total control, excellent dynamic response at higher speeds and ease of maneuverability to cut through city traffic.
And if you're a biker yourself, here is what makes the bike the ultimate racecraft.
The rider triangle is optimized for better load distribution on the shoulder that gives excellent steering control and good low-back comfort. The seat profile is sculpted for ease of sliding around to achieve precise racing line while hitting the apex.
Sounds like a machine made for every adrenaline junkie ever!