Rishabh Jain, the fitness icon from Udaipur, who did Udaipur proud by securing the Malaysia Iron Man medal in 2018, is set to step on the pedal for another record – that of completing a gruelling 1300km cycling trip to the mountains – the Vaishno Devi shrine.
Rishabh will be stepping on the pedal at 6am on 10 November to cycle a good 1300km from Udaipur to Vaishno Devi, a shrine where he is a regular visitor every year.
This journey has been facilitated by his passion for fitness as well as his ambition to promote the cause of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao across all sections of society.
Subsequent to securing the Iron Man title, Rishabh undertook a 1500km journey the very next month from New Delhi to Mumbai and followed it up with a 40km trip to Jaipur in 25hours in 2019. This is Rishabh’s fourth tryst with destiny – the third on a cycle.
Rishabh will complete a distance from Udaipur to Kishangarh on 10 November, which is 297 km, and will reach Sardarshahr in the evening of 11 November, which will be a day long journey of 257km. One day three he will cycle a distance of 218km to reach Sri Ganga Nagar. Day 4 will see him cycle from Sri Ganga Nagar to Amritsar, a distance of 274km. The final leg on day 5 will witness his tryst to reach Vaishno Devi in Katra, which will be a distance of 256km.
Source courtesy: UdaipurWale