Check out these two incredible videos of urban downhill riding through the Himachali town of Shimla by Ashish Sherpa and Akshit Gaur. Cross Country (XC) Mountain bikers aren’t really known for their downhill skills. Especially super light boys who climb trails like mountain goats. Which…View More Blitzing through Shimla with Ashish Sherpa
In the third and final video, the journey continues from Maharashtra to Uttar Pradesh on a cycle. The previous video in this series ended in Alibag, while this picks up from there in a ferry ride to Mumbai before pedal power reemerged all the way…View More Part Drei: Mumbai to Kanpur
This is the second part in the VLog series of cycling from Goa to Kanpur, covering 2300 km in 18 days, solo. Part Deux sees the pedals turning from Malwan to Alibag, along the Konkan Coast. With all the fish curry, vada pav and mango…View More Episode 2: Goa to Kanpur
The first VLog is out of cycling from Goa to Kanpur, covering 2300 km in 18 days, all alone! Check it out and subscribe to our YouTube channel…View More Episode 1: Cycling Goa to Kanpur
A snippet of cycling from Goa to Mumbai, solo and self-supported in 2020. This route is through a gorgeous part of the country. The Western Ghats along the Konkan coast provide amazing vistas, excellent cuisine, loads of short steep climbs and tiny undisturbed villages. If…View More Goa-Mumbai Touring Teaser
For those of you who loved the photos by Mohit Gena in the Rajasthan Photoshoot article. Here’s the video, shot by Mohit Gena, Performed by Vipul Jain and edited by Aditya Sawaiyan: We loved the video. How did you like it?View More #bmxBanjaarey
#CyclingMonks accompanied these super cool cyclists of Konkan Randonneurs, as they rode a 600 km brevet from Tavandi to Pune and back. Konkan Randonneurs Konkan Randonneurs are a group of keen cyclists based out of Sawantwadi, Maharashtra. The group is affiliated to the Audax India…View More Konkan Randonneurs: 600 KM Brevet!
Cycling in Goa is loads of fun… The beaches, forts, islands, ferries all add up to the joy of pedalling around this scenic state. The food is excellent if you enjoy fish and meat! The best part about riding around here is the traffic sense.…View More Cycling in Goa