In Conversation with Shiven, MTB National Champion, about Gadag and gives a lot of useful advice for youngsters who want to race… CyclingMonks.com has started a new series, Freewheeling. This series is held on our Instagram platform every Saturday. In this we will talk to a variety of Indian cyclists…View More Freewheeling with Shiven Aerohawk, MTB National Champion
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 is what makes these couple…View More Blitzing through Shimla with Ashish Sherpa
#InConversation with elite mountain biker of India, Shiven Aerohawk, as he talks about his journey of being the best in the business and then some more… If you ever go to the high mountains and look closely at the cliffs, you will spot bharal (mountain goats), navigating their way through…View More Shiven Aerohawk: Bettering the Best in India!
You really want to race your cycle and are wondering which are the best cycle races in India? Search no more, we have put together a list of some of the best cycling races that the country currently has to offer! Cycle Races in India One of the best ways…View More Best Cycle Races in India for the Competitive Cyclist!
MTB Himalaya is one of the premier mountain bike races in India. Considered to be the toughest in the country and one amongst the world as well. The race has been conducted every year since 2005 and has seen top participants from around the world. The gruelling race offers unmatched…View More MTB Himalaya Sufferfest with Prateek Thakur!
Thinking about participating in the MTB Shimla race? Don’t know what to expect? Read on to know a first timer’s experience of riding in the MTB Shimla 2017. Why Race? Often during a MotoGP race you hear the commentator saying that the rider coming third has the best seat in…View More MTB Shimla 2017 Race: A First Timer’s Perspective