Delhi Randonneurs organised a 1480 km cycling event (Courtesy: Delhi Randonneurs)
- Delhi Radonneurs organized a 1480 km long cycling expedition to raise awareness for global warming.
- The ride lasted four nights and five days.
- It started from Delhi’s Signature Bridge till Kolkata’s Howrah Bridge.
A total of 8 Cyclists participated in this multi city ride, namely Sanjeev Rattan , Dr Pawan Dhingra,
Balraj Singh Chauhan, Muneet Puri, Vishal Lalotra, Priyaranjan Sharma and Utkarsh Verma. According to the organisation, the aim of this cyclists is to show the world that the use of bicycle produces zero emissions. Bicycling also comes with a long list of societal and economic and health benefits and is quite simply one of humanity’s greatest hopes for a shift towards a future where carbon emission is almost negligible.
According to the Delhi Randonneurs, the cyclists are on a mission to make our planet a better place for the future generation to live in with less pollution and more cleaner air to breathe. Their appeal to the masses is for more and more people to adopt cycling and raise awareness to make cyclists safe on the road.
“Time to think – If they can cycle from Delhi to Kolkata why not we from home to work place”, the statement from Delhi Randonneurs added.
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