YouTuber Agastay Chauhan was killed in a horrifying Superbike accident on the Agra-Delhi Expressway while attempting to reach a speed of 300 kmph.
A popular YouTuber was killed in a horrifying Superbike accident on the Agra-Delhi Expressway while attempting to reach a speed of 300 kmph. The incident took place on Wednesday when YouTuber Agastay Chauhan was coming from Agra to Delhi. The youngster was riding a Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R 1,000cc superbike and a video was being shot for his YouTube channel. His 12 lakh followers were heartbroken to know about Agastay’s death and posted many comments on his Instagram handle. The shocked users also urged others to speed on bikes.
Agastay lost control of the bike and it hit the divider on Yamuna Expressway. The helmet he was wearing broke into several pieces. Agastay died of head injuries, according to local police.
Agastay was a resident of Dehradun in Uttarakhand and ran a YouTube channel titled ‘Pro Rider 1000’. In the last video he uploaded on the channel, Agastay said he was headed to Delhi to test how fast the bike can go. “I will take it to 300 kmph and see if it can go beyond that,” he said in the video.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R, the bike the YouTuber was riding, is capable of reaching speeds of about 300 kmph. The motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in less than 3 seconds and from 0-200 kmph in 10 seconds.
The superbike has a price tag of Rs 16 lakh. It churns out 200 PS of power and 115 nm of torque. It weighs 207 kg.