Interviews

Amit Samarth

Interview with Amit Samarth – The First Rookie RAAM Finisher

It’s been quite some time ultra-cyclists from India have been eyeing the world’s toughest bicycle race- RAAM. After several attempts by many Indian’s, we finally had Amit Samarth from Nagpur…

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Srinivas Gokulnath

Interview with India’s first Solo RAAM Finisher – Srinivas Gokulnath

It’s been exactly a little over a year that we were contacted by Srinivas Gokulnath to help him on his RAAM expedition. Our role was to manage social media and…

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Unived Interview with Amit Mehta part 3

Can you clear some misconceptions of Vegan products? One of the biggest misconceptions people have is that they think Vegan or Plant-Based products are not as effective as dairy/animal/synthetic products….

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Unived Interview With Amit Mehta part 2

What makes them so special? You ask what makes all of this so special? I really don’t know what special means – our approach is just very open, transparent, carefree,…

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Unived Interview with Amit Mehta

Five years ago, in a market full of sports nutrition clutter, finding neat and clean nutrition was a task. Gym-goers, amateur athletes and even the pros would fall for the…

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Martin Temmen Shares His Experience – The Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme

It’s been over five years since we have been promoting the culture of cycling in and across India. Over this long period, we have made a few friends from different…

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Mahajan brothers

The Mahajan Brothers Finish The Golden Quadrilateral Challenge- 6000 km in 10 days 19 hours and 41 minutes.

After the Mahajan brothers emerged victorious in the world’s toughest bicycle race – the Race Across America, cycling in India escalated to a whole new level. While the victory in…

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Pankaj patil on Foldie

PPOF: The Story behind India’s First Foldable Bicycle

More than half a decade ago, cycling was not a fad among the youth. It was only seen as a poor man’s bread. Cyclist, who rode those days, would sometimes…

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BumsOnTheSaddle

BUMSONTHESADDLE – Interview with Rohan Kini

“In early 2005, apart from kids, not many thought bicycles were cool. Good bicycle shops were non-existent, which meant no access to good bicycles or accessories. However, there was a…

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Race Around Austria – Devika Patil’s Crewing Experience – Part 2

“As Ammar pedaled away from the starting line, we, in the team car had our respective roles to play. Miten Sir was driving, Divya navigated while Vilas and I were…

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