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Pune’s Cycles Museum: Ride into the past on two wheels

The collection also includes bicycle accessories such as gears, seats, dynamos, air pumps, lamps, etc., that Pendse would collect from his travels and visits to antique stores around the world. There is even a cycle shop, inspired from the early 1950s.

Bihar to launch bicycle campaign on Tuesday to cut pollution levels

The 'cycle chalao, paryawaran bachao' campaign seeks to ease the pressure of vehicles on the roads of Patna.


Tee with Smith

Mumbai-based illustrator and visual artist Sameer Kulavoor’s fascination with bicycles has resulted in a unique fashion collaboration with UK-based menswear label Paul Smith.

Rs 3.50 cr spent on giving bicycles to girl students in Ludhiana district,says Dhillon

The Punjab government has spent Rs 3.50 crore on giving away bicycles to girl students in Ludhiana district.

To boost trade,bicycles may be taken out of Pak’s ‘negative list’

Bicycles and its parts may be removed from Pakistan’s “negative list”.

198 cycles lie idle at police stations

Procured at a cost of over Rs 4.08 lakh for beat patrolling,198 red and blue painted bicycles are presently gathering dust at the various police stations.


PU’s cycle project gathers dust

The environment friendly project of PU,where bicycles were to replace the ever increasing number of cars and two-wheelers on campus,is gathering dust,even before its implementation.

Soon,reflective tapes may be mandatory for bicycles

It will be safer for bicycle riders to pedal around the nation as a much awaited decision on a proposal for mandatory installation of retro-reflective tapes.

Delhi Budget: ‘Social message’ Budget

Sheila Dikshit presented the budget for the coming fiscal with focus on the social and transport sectors.

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Judges and Govt. officials ride bicycles to curb pollution

Chhindwara, Jan 11 (ANI): The District Judge, Additional District Judge (ADJ), Collector and SDM in Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, on Monday rode bicycles to their offices as an attempt to curb pollution. District and Sessions Judge AJ Khan said that all the judges have decided to cycle to the court once a week. He added that the Bar Association is also included in this initiative. Khan urged the people, especially students, to use bicycles instead of other motor vehicles. Additional District Judge (ADJ) Deepesh Tiwari stated that all the judges and employees have taken a resolution to ride bicycles to respective offices every Saturday. Tiwari further said that this initiative would send a good message to the public.