Some time back there were two nut cracks who wanted to go cycling a 1000 kms. Lets be realistic. How many people do you know who would want to go cycling that long? How many people do you know who wants to alteast cycle? These nut cracks do not exist anymore. Now there are just two young men who have gone cycling more than 750 kms in the beautiful state of Kerala. Its no myth, its a reality - Its possible for anyone to go cycling this far.Its no joke- We have done it. You can do it too...There was a time when we used wonder stuck at people who would go on 50 km cycling adventures... Not anymore.. We are just ordinary people who wants to make a difference. We just want to tell you that cycling is not a thing of the past. Its a thing of the future. Why cycling? Why not take a bike or a car it you want to go site seeing? Cycles are just fast enough to keep you moving and at the same time lets you experience the place that you are traveling through the best. And more than anything thing you don't consume pretroleum products. You are traveling in a perfectly eco-friendly manner.Then there is this joy of successfully getting to the top of a mountain which is undiscribable. The estacy of racing down a mountian is unimaginable if you have never experiaced it. At 70 kmph racing down a mountain, when you want to take a turn, you want to use the brakes as little as possible coz you dont have an accelerator pedal after the corner, you just bank as much as possible to pull of the curve at as much speed as possible( obviously on a road with no trafic)- That is an exilerating feel. Its healthier, than most of the other activities that you might do. Its an experiance when you start loving your beating heart, your gasping lungs and your overheated muscles when you just raced as fast as possible just for the fun of it. Next time we are thinking bigger..!!! You are welcome to join ... Check out our experiences that we have captured in the blog, pictures and videos.Cycling- Make it a habit. Lets go Cycle!!!
Was On Road from 6:15 am 10th Dec... to 5 pm 22nd Dec... 2010