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The headline says it all. The article is something about International World Bicycle Day. In April 2018, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 3 as International World Bicycle Day. They established it as a bicycle is quite a transformative transportation vehicle. It also happens to be an accessible and affordable vehicle for people.

Significance of World Bicycle Day

The celebration of this day started when U.S.-based Professor Leszek Sibilski initiated a grassroots campaign with his sociology class to promote a U.N. resolution that would designate a day for the advocacy and celebration of the humble bicycle all over the world. In 2015, Sibilski dedicated himself to an academic project, exploring bicycles and their role in development. His project lead into a massive movement backed by ‘Sustainable Mobility for All,’ and eventually resulted in a dedicated international day set by the United Nations for the promotion of bicycling. The idea behind World Bicycle Day is to recognize the versatility and uniqueness of the bicycle, as well as its reliability and sustainability as a mode of transportation.

Rahul Mishra

Rahul Mishra is a cyclist who believes in staying active and has been cycling for some time now. He reviews cycles, uploads new skills and also makes sure to write and show the fails he gets while trying new things. Rahul turned his passion into his career and has come a long way cycling.

He also got featured on the RedBull’s page as an athlete.

On his YouTube he uploads reviews, tricks and vlogs of cycling. Though he’s still building up his YouTube, he is quite a star over Instagram.

Naveen John

Naveen John is an athlete cyclist who won at SAG Games ITT. He is also an Elite National. He is a coach in @WattbombsCoaching and a mentor at @IndianCyclingProject.

On his YouTube channel Naveen John has posted about his cycling experiences.

Esow Alban

Esow Alban is a track cyclist who has won Junior Asian Champion 2018/19. He also won JR World Championship and is a Silver Medalist of 2018. Esow has been World Champion in 2019 and holds an Asian Record. Alben is from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. His father was a keen cyclist and his mother a former national-level kabaddi player.

“It was during my rowing practice sessions back in 2014 that I got excited seeing some of my friends cycling, and the sheer feeling of overtaking another cyclist got me excited to take up cycling.” – Esow Alben told Olympics.

“I feel I belong to the senior level and I really want to make the country proud at the 2022 Asian Games and 2024 Olympic Games,” Alben told The Bridge in a conversation.

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The Indian Cyclist

The Indian Cyclist posts about new cycling routes in India. He tries to give Routes, Reviews & Tips, through his account so that everyone can have a great experience on their bicycle.

“For starters, I’ll cover routes around Pune, India, where I live, as well as tips you can use to upgrade your cycling experience. Expect one-off product reviews now and then.”, is what’s mentioned in his YouTube channel’s bio. He also covers different cycle reviews.

Vishu Roy

Vishu is a cyclist who does it all by cycling and providing information to people through his channel . His content is dedicated towards the Cycling Sports of Cycling, Bicycle Reviews, Best Bikes Under budgets, Bicycle Maintenance videos, Bicycle Touring vlogs and many more good quality videos.

He has his own YouTube channel Cycle Rider Roy and keeps going forward with reviewing cycles and giving knowledge to people with tips and tricks of cycling.

Many people around the world use a bicycle as their primary means of transportation, meaning they get a healthy dose of physical activity as part of their daily routines. We hope more people join them to celebrate this environmental friendly vehicle. Happy Cycling to you!