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Cycling

“When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.” –  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes.

Cyclers see considerably more of this beautiful world than any other class of citizens. A good bicycle, well applied, will cure most ills this flesh is heir to. And when its come to North East India cycling is not only fun & stress relief but also an indelible experience consisting of some of the amazing local folk tales & delicious local cuisines, you can share after. North East India is always considered as a rider’s delight spot, Definitely, there are stories behind it.

From the land of dawn-lit mountains, Arunachal Pradesh. where you’ll be stopping more to absorb the scenes around you, than riding, in the high altitude of the Himalayan ranges, there’s no feeling better than feeling the wind whistle past to the village cycling treks of world Largest river island, Majuli. Where you will be accompanied by many foreign visitors more to domestic riders.

To another pristine beauty of North East India, Sikkim However, with the national parks and abundant lifestyle, the two trails are as different as fire and water. Pack your bags and go on a cycling trip in Sikkim with lots of exquisite cuisine and nature to comfort you.

Twenty bicycle adventurists from Pune who completed 8 days trip negotiating steep gradients and zig-zag mountain highways covering 750Km in North East India, on March 2015 quoted that they found the region to be a paradise for cycling tourism.

“We have travelled from Kanyakumari to Kashmir as also from Manali to Khardungla Pass on bicycles. But riding bicycles on National Highway 29 from Imphal to Kaziranga through Maram, Mao, Kohima, Dimapur and Numaligarh was just different. Properly packaged and promoted, the Northeastern region can become a paradise for cycling tourism,” said Sanjeev Shah (52), a Pune-based industrialist, who is the leader of the 20-member team.

So be part of the amazing cycling trips around here and wonder the beauty and freshness of North East India. Cuisines, Landscape, Music and Adventure are waiting for you!

 

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