100 km cycle ride on World Health Day

100 km cycle ride on World Health Day

Cycle rides on World Health Day.

 
100 km cycle ride on World Health Day

World Health Day was celebrated by the enthusiastic cycle riders of Udaipur Cycling Club. A 100 km cycle ride was carried out from Udaipur to Nathdwara. Founder of Udaipur Cycling Club Nitesh Tank informed that he was accompanied by Sumit Sharma, Prakash Mali, Vikas Khandelwal, Abhijeet Singh, Nikhil Ranka, Jitendra Patel and Aryaman Chowdhary. He also said that the main aim of the ride was to make the people aware of the importance of cycling every day. It has a lot of health benefits. The cyclists in Udaipur want Udaipur to be known as Cycling city worldwide similar to Copenhagen.

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Bindaas Cycling Group went ahead with “Pedal to Ambrai”. The ride began from Devali end of Fatehsagar and crossing Rani Road and Ambapole reached the ghat alongside Ambrai. Yoga and game sessions were held at the ghat.

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