REVIEW FOR RIDE TO VARGAL BY THE GREAT HYDERABAD BICYCLING CLUB
Hyderabad isn't just about the tombs and mosques, apparently. Explore the city's limits - and meanwhile, push your own - with this bunch of unrelenting cyclists.
The Great Hyderabad Bicycling Club is organising a ride to Vargal on 28th August. Attending members will meet up at the starting point at the Apollo Hospitals, Vikrampuri, and the ride starts at 6am.
The route for the ride is Trimulgherry - Hakimpet - Shameerpet - Vargal. The total distance is around 40 kms.
Vargal is known for its temples of Goddess Saraswati and Lord Shani. On the way, the cycling group will take a break at the Shamirpet Lake, and another regrouping halt at the deviation from the highway to the temple road.
Along with a bicycle in good running condition and with perfect brakes, attendees will also be required to carry a helmet, drinking water (not less than 2 litres), some snacks, and a spare tube/puncture kit.
The Great Hyderabad Bicycling Club was formed by a group of cycling enthusiasts in August 2007, with an intention to meet people, network and have fun. The club organises rides each Wednesday and Saturday morning, and plans occasional multi-day trips throughout the year, to different parts of India. Some members are training to participate in special tours and race events. All levels of riders are welcome to join the club.
Please contact Krishna Prasad Mandava at 94401-17444 for further details.