CFI to host first-ever Cycling Summit in 2021
PTI, Sep 1, 2020, 6:05 PM IST
New Delhi: The Cycling Federation of India (CFI) on Tuesday said that it will host the first-ever “Cycling Summit” in 2021 across Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru
The CFI has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a marketing exploration firm, Contarctica for the summit.
The Cycling Summit 2021 will open with a cycle ride from the heart of the city to the event venue followed by a series of “especially curated workshops, masterclasses and open interactions with eminent athletes”
“The outbreak of COVID-19 may have jolted the world, but it has also made people understand the importance of fitness. We have witnessed unprecedented growth in cycle sales amongst first-time riders. We wish to encourage this trend and cultivate the love for cycling in people from all age groups. The Cycling Summit is a step in that direction,” said CFI chairman Onkar Singh, who is also the secretary-general of Asian Cycling Confederation.
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