Cycle Day at Yelahanka Lake dedicated to Dr Kalam

Sunday, 2nd August 2015
6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Yelahanka Lake
 
This Cycle Day event is dedicated to the memory of Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. A poster exhibition is being organized at the venue. Cyclists will wear black armbands and observe two minutes silence in memory of the late President of India at the start of the cycle rally.
 
The cycle rally will be held around the 350-acre Yelahanka lake (around 6.5 km), followed by cultural events and traditional games on the street. Free cycle rentals with surrender of id card is being arranged. Light breakfast will be available at the venue.
 
Participants can expect to have as much exercise and entertainment as that experienced during the last Cycle Day held at the same venue in July 2015. Read about the last Cycle Day here.

 

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