Ten-Second Takeaway

Pedalyatri epitomises the sort of fun-loving, exciting groups where members have a mutual interest {in this case, cycling and exploring the outdoors}, and have married this interest with their day to day city lives.

Give This Guy A Pedal

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Photo courtesy: Pedal Yatri

Pedalyatri is not made up of a bunch of road-runners or cycling pros. The crew “running” Pedalyatri includes Anand Sinha, Manish Gahlaut, Jasbir Singh and Rajesh Kalra, all stalwarts in their professions, with full-time jobs.

The cherry on top? These rides end with some good old halwa, chai made with milk straight out of a cow, butter milk, parathas, laddoos, and samosas, from food stalls tucked away in obscure villages. They’re inviting everybody interested to join them on these jaunts…as long as you can make it in time for a 5.30am ride.

Peddle Of Mud

What started seven years ago as an endeavour to bring together people with a passion for cycling, today enlists a community of over 2,000 people! Members embark on 50-60 km trails on the weekend, and trails covering 25-30 km on weekdays.

The routes take them through villages, wilderness, and sometimes even up to Damdama lake.

So, We’re Saying

Pedalyatri is a community of cycle riders based in Gurgaon. There is no membership fee; you just need to really enjoy riding in the outdoors!

To get in touch and get started, join them on Facebook here and visit their website here.

Featured photo source: Pixabay