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World Bicycle Day: Rotary Club of Bangalore organises cyclothon

June 3 is designated as World Bicycle Day by the UN to recognise the role of cycling in improving health and addressing environmental concerns
Last Updated : 03 June 2023, 19:07 IST

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Over 75 people across various age groups participated in a cyclothon organised by the Rotary Club of Bangalore on Saturday.

June 3 is designated as World Bicycle Day by the UN to recognise the role of cycling in improving health and addressing environmental concerns.

Professional and amateur cyclists completed a 35-km ride, starting from YMCA and covering south and central Bengaluru.

Two cyclists, Dhanush Manjunath and Hemanth Y B, Guinness World Record holders for the longest journey by bicycle (24,000 km) in a single country, were felicitated at the event.

"The event not only provided an opportunity for individuals to enjoy the thrill of cycling but also fostered a sense of community and promoted sustainable practices," said Sanjay Udani, president of the Rotary Club of Bangalore.

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Published 03 June 2023, 16:37 IST

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