Cycle Culture, the premier electric cycle rental company in Bir, Himachal Pradesh has launched India’s first-ever free e-cycle charging station, which is a significant milestone for the cycling community in India.
With this initiative, Cycle Culture aims to promote sustainable tourism and encourage more people to embrace eco-friendly modes of transportation. E-cycle riders can now explore the beauty of the valley without worrying about their e-cycle’s battery life. They can simply plug in their e-cycle at the charging station and let it charge up quickly and efficiently, free of charge.
The tour operator has been at the forefront of promoting cycle culture in India. The company offers e-cycles on rentals and customized cycle tours for travelers who resonate with their ideas and support sustainable tourism. Their e-cycles are safe, comfortable, eco-friendly and easy to ride. They can ride through curvy off-roads, uphill and downhill, narrow escapes, forest, and unpredictable weather too.
The new charging station is located in Bir, Himachal Pradesh, where Cycle Culture’s operations are based. However, the company is open to spreading cycle culture across India as they believe a cycle can take you to places where the road ends.
The sustainable start-up started with an initiative to re-start the culture of cycling with an aim to give everyone a common feeling of “Let’s Take A Ride Today”.
Vikash Singh, the founder says “We at Cycle Culture have taken a small initiative to support ecotourism and the beautiful habitat we share together. Our idea is simple, we want to encourage and inspire travelers to stay connected with their body and their immediate environment. In simple words when we travel slowly, we can enjoy the broader view of life around us. To support our vision, we offer e-cycles on rentals and organize customized cycle tours for travelers who resonate with our ideas and support cycle culture.”
You can visit the tour operators website at http://www.cycleculture.in to learn more about their services and the new charging station. If you have any questions or would like to connect with Cycle Culture, please do not hesitate to reach out to Vikash Singh at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +91 7807907890.
Source and Photo credits: Cycle Culture
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