Veenu Paliwal loved the road and her Harley Davidson.
In a tragic accident, Paliwal, one of the leading woman bikers in the country, died in a road accident when her bike skidded off near Gyaraspur, 100 kilometres from Bhopal. She was on a nationwide tour.
"When the going gets tough, the tough get going," she wrote in her last message on Facebook, describing the hurdles her team had to face during their journey from Durgapur to Lucknow.
The 44-year-old had been sharing moments from her journey on Facebook since it began on 25 March.
Here's a look at it.
I take immense pride in doing my bit for the cause... Thank u Manoj Ji for giving me this opportunity #24causes #oneride #mypride #emcl
Posted by Veenu Paliwal on Thursday, 24 March 2016
Flat tyre wasn't a big deal for the bikers.
That's brotherhood yet again... Flat tyre 140 kms before Bangalore...HIG rani being escorted by two Harleys ahead and...
Posted by Veenu Paliwal on Friday, 1 April 2016
"Every ride is an experience...every day a learning...every difficulty is a challenge... Every overcoming a new turn," she wrote.
Every ride is an experience...every day a learning...every difficulty is a challenge... Every overcoming a new turn....
Posted by Veenu Paliwal on Sunday, 3 April 2016
The team had their share of fun too.
Day 11- western Ghats -Coimbatore- thanks Rashad and Samant for ur company over delicious breakfast... Another HOG bonding. Chennai- coromandel Enroute was fun.Pramit - great meeting u
Posted by Veenu Paliwal on Tuesday, 5 April 2016
Paliwal had clocked 17,000km since November and aimed to hit 50,000km in a year, before upgrading to a Road King.
Travelling on a road that seems never ending can never be a pain if u know the destination is so beautiful...Day 12-...
Posted by Veenu Paliwal on Friday, 8 April 2016
And, this was her last post.
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