There was a man named Rama in his mid-thirties who decided to start cycling again in adulthood. One day he went to a bicycle shop and inquired about various types of bicycles available in the market. The shopkeeper explained the USPs of all the models and gave Rama a test ride of three major types of bicycles – Road Bike, Hybrid Bike and MTB.Continue reading “CYCLING IN MUMBAI IS A COMPROMISE”
Mumbai International Byke Fair is a 3-day long B2B and B2C cycling exhibition scheduled to be held between 18th-20th November 2022 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon East, Mumbai.
The cycling expo will be packed with latest products on display, speaker sessions, workshops, fun and entertainment etc. for the participants. The event in its introductory year is co-organised by Urban World Consulting Group and VIS Group.Continue reading “FIVE REASONS YOU MUST ATTEND MUMBAI INTERNATIONAL BYKE FAIR 2022 (MIBF)”
Utrecht tops the ranking of most bike-friendly cities from across the world a recent study reveals.
Luko, a Paris based online insurance company has released the Global Bicycle Index Study 2022.
The study selected 90 cities from the world and analyzed them on six key categories with a score that makes them friendly for cyclists.Continue reading “MOST BIKE-FRIENDLY CITIES IN THE WORLD: 2022 STUDY”
18-year-old Nihar Thakkar from Bengaluru has developed an artificial intelligence – sensor – based first bicycle counter of India. The bicycle counter is fitted inside a digital signboard which counts the number of cyclists using the bicycle lane through the day. It re-sets at midnight and starts counting again.Continue reading “BENGALURU BOY DEVELOPS FIRST LIVE BICYCLE COUNTER OF INDIA”
Thane city in Maharashtra joins the premier league of global cities that have installed a Bicycle Service Station for the cycling community. Termed as a ‘Public Cycle Utility Service Station’, the ‘Self-Service’ model is free of charge and open 24/7.Continue reading “BICYCLE SERVICE STATION FOR QUICK FIXES”
The Copenhagenize Index latest edition places Mumbai at 5th rank in the overall ranking of ‘Best Bicycle Friendly Cities’ on this planet. Mumbai, overtook Strasbourg, which has long been recognized as a premier destination for cycling in France. Copenhagen retained 1st place, followed by Amsterdam at 2nd position, Utrecht 3rd and Antwerp at 4th rank. Continue reading “THE COLLISION”