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Cycling in India

In 1817, as soon as the bicycle was invented, it became the common man’s ride. It reduced distances and people started loving the cheaper and better mode of transport. Cycling became famous throughout the world and its fans started using it in many other forms. Because of this people started crossing the boundaries of their countries to explore something new and exciting and to interact with other countries peoples. Whether it was romantic locations, challenging road conditions or bad climates, People became obsessed and started enjoying riding their cycle under any circumstances.

India is a country which has huge potential to fulfill a cyclist’s quest to its maximum with its wonderful destinations and this is the reason that hardcore cyclists are getting attracted to India.

Whether it is high passes of wilderness Laddakh, beautiful valleys of Himachal Pradesh, Thar Desert of Rajasthan, or lush green Aravali Mountains, everything adds a different experience and unforgettable memory to its lasts. Due to its vast geographical situation India is a better destination for cycle lovers. Be it south India’s back water (Kerala) or ruins of Hampi and Badami at karnatka, think of exploring them while you cycle, isn’t it so thrilling! Think of passing through fragrant spice fields, huge rejoicing tea gardens, mesmerizing wild life sanctuary and feel the difference in the air will add more energy to your cycle trip and you will be tempted to visit this Land again and again.

What does a cyclist require? A rough road, challenging high passes, roads filled with slippery soil or sand in the villages and on the other side gentle Himalayan slopes in Dharamshala, which is the home to H.H. Dalai Lama.

Now, be it a thrilling competition with toy train in Darjiling or an unique experience of exploring thousands of varieties of orchid flower in Sikkim, it is only is possible by cycling.

  • Wilderness Ladakh

    Delhi | Manali | Cycling to Leh

  • Hidden Himalayas Known Valley

    Delhi | Shimla | Sangla | Tabo | Kaza | Keylong | Leh

  • Ride to home of HH Dalai Lama

    Delhi | Amritsar | Dharamsala | Mandi | Banjar | Manali | Chandigarh

  • Orchid Country

    Delhi | Darjeeling | Sikkim

  • Mist of the Aravali

    Delhi | Agra |Ranthombhore | Jaipur | Mandawa | Bikaner | Jaisalmer | Jodhpur | Kumbalgarh Fort | Udaipur

  • Coconut Grove Kerala

    Cochin | Munnar | Kumarakom | Varkala | Kovalam