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Central Suburb Bikers


Central Suburb Bikers

A Group for Cyclists and Non Motorised Transport Enthusiasts from the Central suburbs of Mumbai i.e Chembur, Deonar, Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Kanjur Marg, Bhandup, Mulund and Powai. Burn Calories !! Not Gas !! Always Wear a Helmet !!

Location: Mumbai
Members: 176
Latest Activity: Nov 3, 2016

HELLO and WELCOME to Central Suburb Bikers aka CSB !!

You have come across this group by mistake, personal interest or by invitation. To make your stay worthwhile, spend the next couple of minutes to read through.

This group is concieved mainly for people who love nature, can ride a bicycle and live in or around the Central Suburbs of Mumbai. This includes Chembur, Deonar, Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Kanjur Marg, Bhandup, Mulund and Powai. Others are also welcome as per their convenience.

The prerequisites for being a member of this group are only liking for biking and caring for nature. Age, gender, language or any other matter will not be a deterrent. If you have a bicycle, good. Else you can beg, borrow or buy one !

A few points to ponder:
Bicycle is the simplest of all mechanised transport.
Bicycle is the most energy efficient mode of land transport (walking is more strenuous, really).
Bicycle runs on renewable energy, available even in remotest villages (you can eat your fill - no issues).
Bicycle is the most ecofriendly mode of transport.
Bicycle is second only to walking, in terms of flexibility.
Bicycle keeps you fit, physically and mentally.
Bicycle is also GREAT FUN!

The group will get together for morning rides, half-day rides, full-day rides and longer rides. You can pace yourself, no problems.

We also plan to hold a cycle treasure hunt, off road rides for children, dirt track races, and bicycle maintenance workshops.We also intend taking up various cyclist related issues with the local authorities in association with fellow members.

The group will form a platform to share knowledge, grow close to nature, make friends, to keep fit and have fun.

As in all other adventure activities, there are some inherent risks associated with cycling. The basic protection gears recommended are: a well-maintained cycle with good brakes, a helmet, brightly-coloured clothes (preferably full sleeves), gloves. The basic protection conducts are: good riding posture, alert and safe riding practices, warm-up and cool-down before and after the ride, regular hydration.

Disclaimer: Owner/Moderator/Any other member cannot be held responsible for any injury to a member of the group occuring during OR because of participation in a ride. Each member will be solely responsible for his/her own safety.


Discussion Forum

Mulund to Gateway Of India 1 Reply

Started by Manan Dagli. Last reply by Tarun Rajesth Mar 26, 2016.

Anyone Riding regularly in Mulund-Thane & connected to Strava 5 Replies

Started by Krishnan. Last reply by Vivek Dixit Nov 6, 2013.

Any one around - Hiranandani Gardens , Powai ? 2 Replies

Started by Rahul muchhal. Last reply by Rahul muchhal Oct 17, 2013.

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Comment by Prof. Dr. Keiki R. Mehta on November 3, 2016 at 7:59pm

*_Win Win Win_*

*_ All the participants who complete the ride from start to finish get a chance to WIN a BRAND NEW BICYCLE through a LUCKY DRAW_*

Ride Slow
Ride Fast
Take a Break “Fuel Up”

All the participants will be given a CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION

All registered participants will be given a T-Shirt and a Cap.

*_REGISTRATION is Mandatory_*

Register by clicking here:

*_Last Date of Registration: 11th November, 2016.


*all numbers can be reached on *_“Whatsapp”_*

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Come one, Come all, Come for the Sunday Bicycle Ride and spread the Awareness of Diabetes

Comment by Prof. Dr. Keiki R. Mehta on October 26, 2016 at 10:05pm

“Cycling Rally for Diabetes” on 13th November 2016:


Greeting from the Rotary District 3141, India’s Most Advanced Rotary District which has this year has focused on Diabetes for the year 2016-17.


India ranks are among the top three countries with a high number of diabetic populations with Maharashtra being the State with the highest diabetes in India.


Thus imperative that every effort be made to publicise diabetes for the killer disease that it is.


Rotary has undertaken a “Cycling Rally for Diabetes” on 13th November 2016 with a Flag off at Nariman point by:

1. The Hon’ble Health Minister of Maharashtra: Dr. Deepak Sawant

2. Vice President of BJP Parlimentary Party: Dr. Karad

3. MLA: Shri Raj Purohit.

4. Joint Commissioner of Police: (Admin): Shri. Anup Kumar Singh, IPS.

5. Municipal Councillor: Adv. Makarand Narwekar


- Beautifully designed T-shirts and Caps for every Registered rider, with water and snacks on the way.

- This tour is an open event to all.This is no age restriction but registration is compulsory.

- Visit to Register

- Having a cycle is not compulsory; option to rent a cycle is available.


For more details contact:

Luciano Gomes : +91-9892525927, Sundarsinh Purohit : +91-9699404534, Bhushan Kadam: +91-9769442478


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Come one… Come all… and let’s make this a MEGA EVENT !!!

Comment by Nishant Mishra on May 17, 2014 at 2:45pm


    We are planning a cycle trip from Calcutta to Mumbai, which will stop at various locations, for a cause related to Child Rights issues. In the process we want to get involved with each and every cycling enthusiasts. Therefore, I request you to kindly share your contact details so that we can reach upto you. We would be glad to get associated with you people. It would be of great help to us. Your kind support would be highly appreciated.


Nishant Mishra

IIM Indore

Comment by Pratish on October 15, 2013 at 11:18pm

Me and friend of mine leaving for Goa by coastal route on 29th of this month.(from mumbai)

Its a 7 day ride . Anybody willing to join this adventure journey are most welcome...:)

Bikes: 1. Trek 3700

          2. Hercules Act 107

Comment by Hemanth Tummala on July 28, 2013 at 10:21pm

I've been facing this problem lately while driving on wet roads. Would be glad if someone could suggest a solution - 

Whenever I'm cycling on wet roads, water starts splashing on to my back and on to the back of my head from my rear tyre when I go at speeds greater than 8-10kmph. I do have one of those seat post cantilevered mudguards installed, but it doesn't seem to be helping. I've also tried wearing a hooded windcheater, but its getting really sweaty inside. 

Having to wash clothes and take a bath after every ride is a real bummer.
Do you guys too face the same issue? And is there no better option than going for one of those ugly full length fenders? Please suggest.

Thank you,

Comment by Subodh Chindarkar on February 17, 2013 at 9:27am

Keep watch on C3 group on FB for rides happening in Chembur - Thane - Navi Mumbai area.

Comment by Surendra Mohite on February 16, 2013 at 10:32pm

Hi.. I stay in ikhroli.. Any rides there at night or Sundays??

Comment by Yogesh on December 21, 2012 at 6:31pm

Any rides tomorrow?

Comment by Yogesh on August 14, 2012 at 3:49pm

Everybody sleeping? No plans for Independence day ride?

Comment by suprieya subhash patil on June 8, 2012 at 11:22am

hey anyone riding from mulund tomorrow morning????


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