YouTuber Agastay Chauhan Dies in Fatal Motorcycle Crash Attempting to Hit 186 MPH

YouTuber Agastay Chauhan Dies in Fatal Motorcycle Crash Attempting to Hit 186 MPH

According to police, a video that was found after the crash showed that the well-known Indian creator was attempting to reach a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h) at the moment of the collision.

Agastay Chauhan, a well-known Indian social media influencer and YouTuber, was riding from Agra to Delhi when he was involved in a horrific accident that claimed his life. He was reportedly moving at a speed of about 186 mph (300 km/h) at the time of the terrible collision, according to local reports.

The Economic Times reports that Chauhan lost control of his vehicle after hitting a road divider while riding. His motorcycle was destroyed, and his helmet was broken, in the collision that was so severe. Chauhan died as a result of his injuries. At the scene of the collision, officials pronounced him dead.

Chauhan had promised to try to reach a speed of 186 mph (300 km/h), according to The Tribune, a different media outlet. At the time of the accident, Chauhan was filming his ride. “I will take it to 300 kmph and see if it can go even beyond,” the news site quoted him as saying in the video. Chauhan was one of five motorcycles that were involved in the collision, according to the police.

The PRO RIDER 1000 YouTube channel, which Chauhan founded, featured a lot of videos of fast motorcycles. Chauhan, who is well-known for his love of fast riding, was seen achieving speeds of 173 mph (279 km/h) in his most recent video, which was posted three days before the accident. He had 189 videos uploaded to his YouTube channel before his untimely death, and it currently has 1.29 million subscribers.

The YouTuber, 25, was from the northern Indian city of Dehradun. Even though he occasionally rode other motorcycles, he was most famous for the videos he frequently posted of himself and his friends riding the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, a 1,000 cc superbike.

Following the fatal collision, the Senior Superintendent of Police for the Aligarth District, where the accident took place, urged drivers to practice safe riding and driving. On public roads, people are being warned by the authorities to drive reasonably fast.


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