Interviews

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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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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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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 – 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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Race Around Austria – Devika Patil’s Crewing Experience – Part 1

Since the past few years, there has been a tremendous rise in the number of women who are pedaling their way to a healthier lifestyle. While many are yet to…

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Interview With Subramani Venkatesh: India’s First Kona Qualifier

On 24th July 2016 at Ironman Lake Placid, Subramani Venkatesh (Subbu) went on to become India’s fastest Ironman qualifier for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Considered as one…

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India at RAAM – Team Srini 2016

Race across America, RAAM is the toughest endurance race in the world. The race starts in Oceanside and spans over 3087 miles (5000 Kms), climbs 175,000 feet, crosses 12 states…

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ORIGIN OF BRM IN INDIA-interview with Satish Patki

Cycling in India has been on the rise. With more and more bicycles hitting the roads, people are looking to participate in cycling events. Some prefer racing, there are others…

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Naveen John – India’s 1st International pro Cyclist

    There has been a sudden belief among Indian cyclists as our nation produced our very first International pro cyclist – Naveen John. We are not yet sure if…

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