Come experience the thrills of Indias most challenging Mountain Biking Event.
Yes, the jaw-dropping thrills of Indias most gruelling mountainbiking event await you. It's time to head to Shimla for a grandstand view of the breathtaking UT MTB Shimla. Let the thrill kick-in, as you witness a bunch of India's brave bikers take on the world's highest mountain range. So if you're in search of something extreme, this is exactly where you should be. Follow the race at…Continue
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121st recipient of help (livelihood bicycle) :
"Be a 'Sardaar-ji' to someone."
Shyam Narayan Dubey-ji. (80)
I was riding past Sassoon Docks, Colaba, holding my breath. I always do when I pass the gates of the docks, least I inhale the rotten water and fish smell that often loiters on to the main road, just like our ‘holy’ cows loiter at some of our most busy streets during even peak hours. There is no escape from either…Continue
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120th recipient of help (livelihood bicycle) : “The song of Life is now playing for me, Sweet music, sounds and sights. I hold life in my arms, I live in paradise, Because I care to Dream that life.” Ajay Sawant Pawar (44) Milk Man. When I would pass a street near Matunga west, early morning around 5.30 am on my rides, I would see a young man and an older lady shifting crates of milk on a pavement near Hinduja Hospital. The lady was very skinny, and her white hair made me perceive her as old…Continue
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Join us this Sunday for a special cycle ride in Kasba Peth area
Last month, global artists came together to paint the walls of Kasba Peth with some interesting perspectives. The 2nd edition of the Pune Street Art Project was a great success.
Virasat Pune Club joins the Pune Street Art Project in a fun-filled cycle ride to see over 20 sreet arts in Kasba Peth and listen to the stories from artists themselves.
Sunday 22^nd March
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119th recipient of help (livelihood bicycle) :
“If it is indeed true, that most people are only faithful until their options improve;
Then they will quickly discard you too, like an old pair of bloody-worn-out-shoes.”
Shambhunath (60 plus/I think between 60-65)
Dhobi (Laundry services)
Shambhunathji is from UP. A lasting image of this most humble man, who I happened to come across on our streets, are…Continue
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Hi, I am looking for Biking buddies for an 8 days Cycling trip from Bangalore to Goa in April 2015.Approximate distance is 700 km,start from Bangalore and end at Panjim.My dates are flexible.anyone interested please get in touch. My e mail id is firstname.lastname@example.org
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i live in Greater Noida and keen to start cycling for fitness and fun. please suggest me a suitable cycle. i intent to ride at least 60-70 km /week in roads of G. Noida. I probably will have a hill ride also on vacations.
i am 42 yrs of age weighing is 75 kgs and height is 5'5". my bdgt is 10000
Aluminum 3 bicycle carrier sits perfectly on back of your vehicle with 6 tensioning straps making it a perfect clip on universal Bike Rack. TrunkZ takes best care in protecting your Car and Bike from any sort of damage.
CYCLING “GREATER HIMALAYA” DEHRADUN TO LEH LADAKH (1220KM, 18 DAYS)
Cycling could be the best means of travel; it gives one a freedom to explore each and every corner of world. Unlike motor bikes and cars you don’t have to be worried about the gas. With your foot just few inches off the ground, free to stop wherever and whenever you want. It give 360* panoramic view of nature; just pick it up on shoulder, if the part of road is blocked or stuck in some…Continue
118th recipient of help (livelihood bicycle) :
“The difference between an invaluable beautiful vase and a human can be, an invaluable vase broken can go to trash. But not a broken human.”
One evening, on my walk, I saw a skinny youth selling tea on a street in Bandra west. A location I am as familiar with as I am with my mood swings. ;) However, this young adult was someone I did not recognize. Not…Continue
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It is an event designed where citizens of the area are free to Ride-a-Cycle,Jog, Run, Play any sport of your choice and letthem enjoy outdoor activities that they would love to but cannot undertake due to traffic and their hectic schedule.
Date: 8th March 2015
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