My love affair with cycling began way back in the 60s. It started with a small cycle which had two support wheels attached. I then graduated to a bigger cycle, and finally the day came when my Dad took me to Nobel cycles in town and bought me a Norton cycle, a beautiful shade of green it was. Every Sunday I would wash and polish my bike and take it for a ride.Continue reading “CYCLING SINCE THE 1960’S BY BRYAN NORONHA”
Every month I intend to bring a spotlight on one cyclist from around the world. I will introduce him/her briefly by talking about their major accomplishments and do a rapid fire question and answer segment.
This month I am featuring Saifee Raipurwala – a senior cyclist and a writer from the metropolitan city of Mumbai.Continue reading “IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SAIFEE RAIPURWALA FROM MUMBAI”
It’s time to say goodbye to my city hybrid bike after four long years of joyful rides. I have had many amazing memories riding this bike. This was my first bike bought in adult life in 2018 and now being sold in 2022 to a dear friend of mine.Continue reading “GOODBYE CITY BIKE”
My Name is Dhiren Bontra and I must confess that I was the most notorious kid in school. I was always very passionate about sports and fitness.
After completing my graduation, I and my friend Arun Rajpurohit were not keen on doing a “9 to 5 job” and we knew that our passion of bicycling was our calling.Continue reading “DHIREN BONTRA: THE JOURNEY OF A CYCLING ENTREPRENEUR”
Cycling is powerful and it is empowering. Cycling promotes gender equality. Cycling is a way of expression and it opens up a plethora of opportunities. One can connect with new people around and enjoy nature whole-heartedly to one’s content.Continue reading “WOMAN CYCLIST JOINS INDIAN ARMY”
26th January, the 72nd Republic Day of India turned out to be very disappointing this year. Protesters entered the Red Fort in New Delhi and forcibly hoisted flags of their group organizations. Public property was vandalized and clashes left hundreds of security officers injured.Continue reading “THE CYCOLOGY OF A CYCLIST”