Monday, July 14, 2008

Metal Men Rock Pondicherry with New Tees !!!

Hey Dudes !

Check out the Write up on the Metal Men's recent biking trip to the Paradise Beach at Pondicherry

The metal men with their custom made Tees on them , left to Pondicherry in the early morning hours on 6th July 2008. We had metal men Sathish and Balaji giving us a sweet send off after a few cool pictures were taken of the newly inaugurated T.Shirts.

A team of 8 metal men burnt the road with their roaring spirits and eye catching T-shirts that had the metal Men logo and a caption reading "Burn the Roads"

The guys stopped at Mahabalipuram 50 km on the east coast road for grabbing some breakfast and quenching their thirst. Actually the thirst for fun and adventure was more than the hunger pang. From there it was a non-stop 80 km speed ride to pondicherry. The team stopped to refresh and set on a boat to the paradise beach island. The team rested for 2 hours with some great food and . . . . of course we were at pondicherry man so we had to chill off.

At half-past 4, the team set off again on their voyage to Chennai with some breaks in between. We reached Chennai at around 8 pm where we stopped to bid bye to a new found friendship that will sure last forever.

Hey Metal Men out there come join our exciting team of riders. We have 12 metal men for now and we propose to make it big by targeting a century.
Imagine 100 thunderbird being rode by metal men out on the huge roads. We will sure rock the world .

Keep up the spirits guys.

Metal Men Vinay

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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