In conversation with Gopikrishnan Kesavan, who set a WUCA Kashmir to Kanyakumari record, being the fastest self-supported cyclist. He rode this 3641 km in 13 days flat! Meet Gopikrishnan Kesavan, a 27-year-old IT professional from Trichy, Tamil Nadu, currently working at Deloitte in Chennai. While his daytime job involves the…View More Gopikrishnan Kesavan: From Binge Watching to Binge Cycling!
We are in conversation with Lavanya, from Hyderabad and mother of 2 who recently went cycling from Kashmir to Kanyakumari! Lavanya Reddy Kesari, mother of two and a certified fitness and nutrition coach hailing from Hyderabad, embarked on a journey of a lifetime. Pedalling her way from Srinagar in the…View More Cycling Across India: Lavanya’s Remarkable Journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari
What do most travellers do when they visit Srinagar? They go to Dal Lake, click a photo of themselves there, post it on social media and head home. Not this young man from Dehradun. Abhinav Singh went to Srinagar, bought a cycle there and then rode down to Kanyakumari. With…View More K2K amidst a pandemic!
Cycling from Kanyakumari to Ladakh with Tahseen and Pankaj as they pedalled the length of the country to spread the message of ‘Be Generous’! This chalk & cheese duo share about their 40 day ride covering 3900 km and climbing 109638 ft. Those who have watched Lord of the Rings,…View More K2K with the deadly duo Tahseen and Pankaj!
Vignesh VP tells us the story of living his dream as he went cycling from Jammu to Kanyakumari on a single speed cycle, with luck and humanity on his side. He started this ride on the 28th of August in Jammu and ended it on the 22nd of October in…View More Cycling from Jammu to Kanyakumari with Vignesh VP
Cycling from Mumbai to Kanyakumari, Chidambram tells us tales of his first bicycle tour along the western coast of India! Tales of people, places, cultures and helpful strangers… Cycling from Mumbai to Kanyakumari Often in life, the heart desires to do something different, something epic. Chidrambram like many others, works…View More West Coast Fiesta: Cycling from Mumbai to Kanyakumari: 1775 km