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”
Divyang Sports And Cultural Foundation is a registered NGO formed by the visually impaired athletes to encourage and support Para-sports culture. The group members are engaged in tandem cycling since 2017 and have trained and built a community of 30 visually impaired cyclists so far.Continue reading “CYCLE FOR A CAUSE”
“Is this a fish market? please maintain pin-drop silence”.
A familiar quote used by our teachers.
“Madam I was there at the fish market today, if you are reading this. However, I couldn’t maintain any silence because the market by itself was bustling with energy”.Continue reading “SELFISH MEN AND WOMEN AT THE FISH MARKET”
‘West Coast Riders’, a cycling club in Mumbai were cycling from Bandra to Fort area on a Sunday morning.
The group took a planned halt at National Association for Blind, at Worli for the visually impaired cyclists to join the group with their tandem cycles.
A friendly dog approached the group and mixed around with them.Continue reading “CYCLIST UNITES A LOST DOG WITH THE OWNER”
Along the Vikhroli stretch of the Eastern Express highway in Mumbai, there are a number of Pink Trumpet trees. These gorgeous looking trees welcome you with its blooming flowers. They look stunning when in full bloom mainly between December and February, generally associated with dry periods. But the tree also blooms during few other months when dry leaves are shed and fresh flowers blossom.Continue reading “PINK TRUMPET TREES”
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”
‘West Coast Riders’ an avid cycling group in Mumbai concluded its 1st anniversary by celebrating the colorful festival of Holi. In a multi-cycling club ride, cyclists from all corners of the city gathered near the famous R.K. Laxman Statue at Worli Sea-face in Mumbai, sharing festive greetings and conversations over tea, coffee and breakfast. Continue reading “WEST COAST RIDERS CELEBRATES 1ST ANNIVERSARY WITH HOLI RIDE”
The sea remains calm and still at will,
Life prospers up and beneath.
Golden sand deepens shallow thoughts;
Blue skies wipes away pale sorrows. Continue reading “LAND TO WATER, WEST COAST RIDERS SEAS THE DAY!”