After attending the race, Motorola is planning to update its Moto Z and X series.As we said there’s little to verify this information at the moment but with Lenovo World 2017 the likely launch pad for all these devices we expect to see a lot more speculation in the coming weeks For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsUpdated: December 9 2015 10:25 am With unwavering focus he deftly maneuvered his bicycle over sharp rocks slamming disc brakes every now and then to avoid a crash He’d rise up from the saddle balance his weight on the pedals and nervously shift his weight back to maintain the optimum biomechanics for a downhill sprint The constant rattle of the handlebar transferred every little shock down to the bone and it was hard to hold the same position for more than 10 minutes But this was the only time when he could gain some lost ground With 30 minutes of riding time left Amit Jindal was hoping against hope That’s when the unexpected happened An international participant at the MTB Himalaya (Source: Abhimanyu Chakravorty) Salman Siddique was a speck in the distance but it wasn’t too difficult to spot him with his white-and-blue race jersey slowly moving with intent amid the lush green Deodar forests of Himachal Pradesh It was 545pm the dying sun had painted a mellow honey shade over the valley The meditative silence was occasionally interrupted by a flight of birds whose boisterous chatter resonated like waves travelling deep inside the heart of the mountains and fading In that fleeting moment when his own physical limitations ceased to be the centre of attention Jindal allowed himself a brief window to soak in the virgin experience and feel the cold bohemian wind skim against his sweaty skin Tenminutes down he glanced over his shoulder to see Siddique closing the gap Soon enough Siddique caught up with him They waved at each other and mutually decided to ride together without getting off the bike To cope with his own limitations was a big challenge but after riding with Siddique Jindal had an epiphany “The shared sense of accomplishment in the end is much more than winning” he explained Two people belonging to different cultural backgrounds with nothing in common except the love for cycling went on to forge a partnership that saw them through the race ALSO READ:True grit: Women outperform men in gruelling MTB race “It’s easy to understand the other person because they are going through the exact same suffering as you are Amit Jindal is mentally very strong and we kind of are at the same level in terms of cycling So we could easily stick to each other” says28-year-old Siddique who works as a software engineer in Bangladesh This was his second MTB Himalaya experience Riders from Nepal at MTB Himalaya (Source: Abhimanyu Chakravorty) In its 11th edition now MTB Himalaya is touted as the world’s third toughest mountain cycle race Itis a 600km cross-country race that starts from Shimla Himachal Pradesh and the entire route takes riders through scenic mountain ranges river crossings and some of the pristine parts of the Himalayan backcountry Touching a maximum altitude of 10660ft above sea level the race terrain is like a jab in your face if you’re an amateur rider WATCH VIDEO–Catherine Williamson (UK) talks about her MTB Himalaya experience When you’re exposed to seven days of riding around 100km per day—on gravel broken tarmac jeep tracks rocks mud and sand—your mind and body are in a state of flux Over the first three days riders come to terms with the struggle Then the overarching realisation that the race will never get easy at any point of time While some adapt to the challenge some quit Of the 68 riders 28 couldn’t finish the race “When you start in the morning you are not really sure if you can finish the day You are sure that you are going to ride the next 10 hours in very tough conditions Three hours in you start to seriously question your intelligence” saysSiddique But in these overwhelming conditions when your body gives up when you’re out of luck and out of time real friendships take root along the way View from Jalori Pass (Source: Abhimanyu Chakravorty) In a global racing event like the MTB Himalaya riders from across the world compete at a relatively high altitude It draws a very niche set of people from all over the world who share a common passion for mountain biking The sense of belonging to a close-knit community of cyclists where there’s a free exchange of ideas and friendly banter and teamwork can bring out the best in people atthe worst of times Take Jindal’s case for instance Siddique from Bangladesh was just another rider till Jindal bumped into him during the fag end of the day on stage two Both Jindaland Siddiquestruggled to finish each stage and would walk into the camp after sunset when all other riders would be discussing the highlights of the day It also gave Jindal an opportunity to know Siddique up close as a person He saw in him a friend whom he could rely on for any bike-related issues and pep talks when he felt demotivated “Salman had immense knowledge pool about cycles and he helped me in fixing my brake pads tubes etc He gave me valuable tips that I wasn’t aware of as an amateur cyclist like to stop after 15 minutes of steep downhill rides to water the brake pads to avoid a burn out” saysJindal 35 General Manager at Ericsson Global Services in Gurgaon A foreign participant climbing the Jalori top in MTB Himalaya (Source: Abhimanyu Chakravorty) And Jindal’s wisecracks along the way kept Siddique from thinking about his own shortcomings “Amit is very good at talking We used to talk about everything when we were riding Starting from rides we have done to family members and what we do for work This is the good thing about teamwork When I am feeling down my teammate will help me out When he is feeling down I try to push him to break the barrier” says Siddique Although Siddique had attended the MTB Himalaya last year as well the race didn’t get any easier for him The software engineersays the race was longer and tougher this year The real problem was rocks and steep downhills “Dhaka is a perfectly flat city situated at the sea level Going from here to a place which is 2200m higher and totally hilly was really tough for me? 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