CYCLING “GREATER HIMALAYA” DEHRADUN TO LEH LADAKH (1220KM, 18 DAYS)
Cycling could be the best means of travel; it gives one a freedom to explore each and every corner of world. Unlike motor bikes and cars you don’t have to be worried about the gas. With your foot just few inches off the ground, free to stop wherever and whenever you want. It give 360* panoramic view of nature; just pick it up on shoulder, if the part of road is blocked or stuck in some…Continue
Hello folks, Lifepsycle is new to this cyclist group. We come to you with 6 years of independent bicycle touring experience, having travelled to most parts of India on bicycles. We specialize in unsupported tours, totally self-reliant carrying the required gear and equipment on our bicycles, in…Continue
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A mountain bike magazine dedicated to the riding scene in India
we feature stories from India, information for our Indian riders and also tips and ways to ride better.
Story- every feature includes a lead bike story
Tricknology - a section where we teach how to master some basic skills to improve your riding.
Garage - our garage section features How To's to fix, or service your bike to have a smoother and safer ride.
News - a peek into what is going on in…Continue
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Hello fellow Riders...
I am relatively a new biker but i am very passionate about it. The evidence of this statement is that since i bought my bike (a month ago), i have gone for two mountain expeditions.
The first one was in Uttrakhand from Dehradun to Chakrata (80 Kms) evenly spread between uphill/downhill/plain. It was a totally different experience from riding in the city. The best part was from chakrata to tiger falls. It was my first downhill and very…Continue
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Noone is new to biking! We all did it as young boys and girls. But doing it again after a long gap makes you feel as though it's such a complicated sport. As a little girl, all I would do is let the wind blow in my hair as my red Atlas rolled down the lush green curves of the beautiful Himachal valley.
As a beginner biker now, I still let the wind blow in my hair when I ride my Trek 3700, but it takes a pack of professional tips to adjust to the new nuances of biking in the…Continue
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