Never in my life I had imagined that human society will face such unprecedented time. And never had I anticipated to receive a massive outburst of bad news from almost all quarters of the globe. Continue reading “A HEALTH CARE WARRIOR WHO CYCLES TO WORK DURING LOCKDOWN”
With the world pressing emergency alarm on Covid-19, it will be interesting to see if the current crises prompt’s a behavioral change in travel pattern and thus reduction in global carbon emissions.
BYCS is an Amsterdam based non profit social enterprise driven by the belief that ‘BICYCLES TRANSFORM CITIES AND CITIES TRANSFORM THE WORLD’.
BYCS operates internationally, collaborates and works with governments, businesses and NGO’s to give greater Impetus to Cycling.
BYCS vision is in unison with the Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) adopted by United Nations which aims at creating a better future for the people and the planet.
Maud De Vries is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of BYCS and I got into a chat with the social entrepreneur to learn more about BYCS and its global vision.
Air pods, Pocket deo’s, Power banks, Bluetooth speakers, Camera lenses! Science and Technology is enabling everyday products to shrink and with fresh ideas and superior designs, things are becoming portable. Continue reading “FOLDING CYCLES – A NEW VOGUE IN MUMBAI!”
Honourable Union Home Minister of India Mr. Amit Shah on 6th January 2020 laid the foundation stone of ‘Delhi Cycle Walk Plan’ at MB Road, Tughlakabad. The total length of the cycle track is 200 kms and is to be built at a cost of 550 crs, which the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will aim to complete by 2024. The Delhi Cycle Walk Plan shall become a safer and greener alternative that would reduce the vehicular load of the city roads. Continue reading “200 KM CYCLE WALK PLAN ANNOUNCED FOR DELHI”
STREET CYCLIST OF MUMBAI.
Sanjay Sharma a thirty eight year old man living in Mumbai arrives at Carter Road, Bandra to sell ice creams. He is seen at the same spot everyday from 9 pm to 3 am servicing local tourists and people who visit the area for night walks. Families travelling in cars and motorbikes often stop by to eat ice creams with their children. His bright red tricycle can easily be seen from far as he mostly prefers to stand under a street lamp.
If you are bicycle lover and ever felt that you have tried all kinds of bicycles in the world than you probably missed out on this one. This is Asia’s Tallest Bicycle made by Rajiv Kumar from Chandigarh, India.
Born on 10th September 1978, Rajiv runs a small business of air condition sales, service and rentals at sector 41 in Chandigarh. A metriculate passed, Rajiv has designed the tallest bicycle of Asia and entered into Limca Book of Records, World Unique Records and India Book of Records.