ACI Motors the sole distributor of Yamaha Motorcycles in Bangladesh will be making an attempt to break three Guinness World Record on 26th March 2018. The attempt will be made on the Independence Day of Bangladesh which is also on 26th March 2018.
Today in a press conference at ACI Centre they officially told about the records to the media with a press conference. Chief among the guest were Mr. Subrata Ranjan Das (Executive Director) of ACI Motors Ltd.
ACI Motors started their journey in Bangladesh back in 2007, with Yamaha they are in Bangladesh since 2016. All across Bangladesh there are 40 dealers of Yamaha motorcycles & all the dealers have 3S Centres, so under the same shed they can get Sales, Service & Spares.
To celebrate the 47th Independence Day ACI Motors will make attempt to break 3 Guinness book of World Record. The three records are as follows:
- Most number of motorcycle start at a time.
- To create an image of a motorcycle by bikers standing on an outline image.
- To create an image of Yamaha Motorcycle Logo by using motorcycles(Its only for yamaha lovers, If you are not interested to participate in it you can avoid it).
Beside these three main events there will be stunt show, musical program performance by many well known musical artist of Bangladesh. ACI Motors will try make a new identity to the world by breaking these world records.
So how can bikers of Bangladesh participate in this program? First of all they need to have a PROPER MOTORCYCLE DRIVING LICENSE. Then they will have to sign up or do online registration from the following link & wait for confirmation. The online registration is LIMITED so hurry up & sign up to participate in the Guinness World Record.
Dhaka Bike Carnival 2017 was one of the biggest events for the bikers & we set to believe that this Shwadhinota Shopoht will be the biggest event which will engage most amount of bikers in Bangladesh. We are guessing that around 4000-5000 bikers will participate in the Guinness World Record event & will represent Bangladesh in Guinness Book of World Record.