Life does not bargain with death. It can never afford to do so. Death will always have the upper-hand. We are susceptible of getting summoned anytime. And we must respect its natural dominant position.Continue reading “WHY ‘ROAD SAFETY’ IS NON-NEGOTIABLE”
The only Bird Ambulance service in India on a cycle is pioneered by a 50 year old Social Worker Prince Mehra aka Manjeet Singh.Continue reading “BIRD AMBULANCE ON A CYCLE”
Glamour, Luxury, Extravagant Sets, Parties and Paparazzi. This lifestyle is a Passé for the Bollywood Actors as recent incidents has compelled many to bring out their True Side.Continue reading “BOLLYWOOD ACTORS PUT THEIR FOOT-DOWN, UNDERTAKE THE AWKWARD PATH”
Cycling is on a Recruitment Drive! Hundreds and thousands of novice riders are getting employed into this smart and eco-friendly job role, either for fitness, recreation or transport duty.
For a safe experience, the situation calls for writing down the ‘KRA’s: Key Result Areas’.
This could be in the form of tips for new and returning cyclist which will help them perform better.Continue reading “TIPS FOR NEW AND RETURNING CYCLIST”
Traveller, Runner, Cyclist and a Doctor. Meet Ankit Bhatia, a practising Pulmonologist who dons many hats.
From wearing stethoscope to buffs, to DSLR’s round the neck; Ankit is a young and dynamic professional battling on the frontline to cure Covid positive patients.Continue reading “DR. ANKIT BHATIA – HEALTH CARE CYCLING WARRIOR”
Mumbai’s pride and heritage, the 125-year old Dabbawalas are struggling to make ends meet. With offices closed due to global pandemic, the Dabbawalas were forced to move to their villages in Pune after nationwide lockdown was imposed. The lockdown implemented in March, extended beyond expectations and all their savings got exhausted.Continue reading “MUMBAI DABBAWALAS RELIEF FUND”
The Pandemic has redefined whom we consider our Heroes.
Captain America, Spiderman, Thor, James Bond, Wonder Woman and alike stand relegated and we have found the real and deserving Heroes who are actually saving the world. Continue reading “SUREKHA RAGHUNATH – HEALTH CARE CYCLING WARRIOR”
I read an interesting story on the internet about how people in the Solomon Islands bring down a tree. If a tree is too big to get axed, the villagers come together and collectively scream on top of their voices to topple it. Continue reading “CYCLING IS GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY”
As cities prepare to re-open for work and business, socio-physical distancing will be a pre-requisite in the post pandemic life. The current modal choices for reaching workplace involves risks as one would need to travel safely. Thus, resuming normal life will be tough as political leaders are far from ready with a solution to tackle traffic jams, packed transit vehicles, and move everyone safely. Continue reading “WHY IS THIS THE BEST TIME TO TAKE UP CYCLING”
Every crises has a end to it. As the world prepares itself to tentatively resume normal activities, the big question is how do people move from A to B? Continue reading “SWITCH ON WITH CYCLING”