Cycling adds romance to their life

Indore : Encouraging people to take cycle steps before nature pedals humans out, 43-year-old CA Navin Khandelwal and 38-year-old homemaker Preeti Khandelwal cycle to social and business events. They have ensured that cycling is an important part of their life by adding romance to their rides.

Sharing their cycling secrets, Navin said: “Cycling with my wife has added new spice to my life and helped us discover romance on wheels, which we call ROW.” She explained that cycling gave them time to exchange thoughts, feeling and emotions, which brought a new dimension to the relationship.

Further, talking about his passion for cycling, Khandelwal said, “Cycling helped me to explore my life.” He talked about how it helped him becoming fitter. “Cycling is the new chain of movement that helps a person in exploring groove of fitness and changing his outlook towards environment,” he added.

Talking about environment, Navin explained that while cycling he experienced fresh air and natural beauty. “After exploring natural beauty, I realised how we are destroying the environment by burning fuel,” he said. Taking up the cause, he cycles to work, summits and meetings, where he encourages people to cycle to work.

Khandelwal regularly cycles with his wife and 11-year-old son Archit. “The new handle of moving forward and the bell, which keeps echoing daily ‘Jo fit hain woh hit hain!’” he concluded.

First cycle track in Islamabad

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to launch the first ever cycling track in Islamabad to facilitate cyclists. A launching ceremony in this regard is expected to be held in the second week of this month.

Implementing the brain child of CDA’s Member Administration Salman Waraich, the civic body is going to launch a five -feet wide bicycle track in Islamabad. The track would be laid down on the Constitution Avenue, Margalla Avenue, and some roads of Sector F-6 in the first phase of this project.

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