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.Continue reading “CYCLE CULTURE LAUNCHES INDIA’S FIRST FREE E-CYCLE CHARGING STATION IN BIR, HIMACHAL PRADESH”
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ENTERING 2023 WITH TRAVEL, SHOPPING, CYCLING & MORE IN AGONDA, GOA
Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. My first blog of the year is about a year-end holiday in Goa, India. I went on a road trip with my friends and stayed at the Dersy Resort, Agonda Beach in South Goa. Agonda is a beautiful, secluded and small beach in the heart of Agonda village. This was my 2nd visit to the same place; the previous one being before COVID-19 pandemic in December 2018.Continue reading “ENTERING 2023 WITH TRAVEL, SHOPPING, CYCLING & MORE IN AGONDA, GOA”
CYCLING IN A SUIT ON MY BIRTHDAY
As I turned forty on the 24th of September, 2022, I decided to go cycling in a suit. For a long time I had this thought in my mind to do a professional photo shoot for myself and I chose to go ahead with it on this occasion and make it memorable.Continue reading “CYCLING IN A SUIT ON MY BIRTHDAY”
YOU & ME
You & Me is a collection of poems mostly written during the COVID-19 pandemic by Kanishka Poddar.
Kanishka is a cyclist, Bicycle Mayor of Ranchi, a traveler and a writer who publishes his work on veloventure.inContinue reading “YOU & ME”
THE SHOOTING STAR – A BOOK REVIEW
The Shooting Star is an honest, real and immersive travelogue by Shivya Nath.
At the age of 23, Shivya left her corporate job and travelled to more than 50 countries – taking the reader to some of the remote and beautiful places in the globe through this book.Continue reading “THE SHOOTING STAR – A BOOK REVIEW”
AWAY – A BOOK REVIEW
‘Away’ is the 2nd book by the author Dhruv Bogra. The first one was the best seller ‘Grit, Gravel and Gear’ in which he described his pan American journey from the Arctic to the Andes spanning 400 days and 18000 kms solo trip on a bicycle.Continue reading “AWAY – A BOOK REVIEW”
CYCLING IN GOA – FROM SANGOLDA TO CHORAO ISLAND
Recently I traveled to Goa for an annual sales conference with my company. This was the first physical meet for all the employees after a gap of two and a half years.Continue reading “CYCLING IN GOA – FROM SANGOLDA TO CHORAO ISLAND”
5 WAYS COMPANIES CAN ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEES TO CYCLE TO WORK
This is my Pre-pandemic photo – when everything was normal, offices were open and I used to cycle to work every Friday. I felt no shame in pedaling in formals, leather shoes and a backpack. The lack of shower facilities at my office did not affect my plan.Continue reading “5 WAYS COMPANIES CAN ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEES TO CYCLE TO WORK”
CANTAL BAKKER IS EMPOWERING MOROCCON YOUTH WITH PIKALA BIKES
‘Pikala’ means a bicycle in Moroccon dialect, while ‘Pikala Bikes’ is a social enterprise founded by a Dutch national Cantal Bakker.Continue reading “CANTAL BAKKER IS EMPOWERING MOROCCON YOUTH WITH PIKALA BIKES”
CYCLING IN AMSTERDAM ON KINGS DAY
It is impressive to know that the world’s biggest outdoor birthday party is held on the ‘Kings Day’ in the Netherlands. Kings Day marks the birthday of the King Willem-Alexander and observed as a national holiday on the 27th April.
Celebrations include concerts and special events in public spaces, particularly in Amsterdam. The festivities are organized by local associations called ‘Orange Committees’.Continue reading “CYCLING IN AMSTERDAM ON KINGS DAY”