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They cycled the length of India and this is what they learnt

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vijay M
by vijay M on Nov 17, 2014 08:24 PM  | Hide replies

I dont have to cycle thousands of miles to know one thing about India - its a backward, pathetic third world country filled with corrupt, lazy, brainless, weak and selfish people and it will remain a backward country for another 1000 years.

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Re: India
by MANI on Dec 05, 2014 09:26 PM
Hey peddling thousands of miles is not about finding others it is about discovering your own self,it is only for those who wants to know about life, everyone is born to die but how you die is important for that you have cross the limitation & boundaries to understand.

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aleem Baig
Re: India
by aleem Baig on Nov 20, 2014 05:49 PM
great discovery.. people like u made this happened..learn to encourage g00d people..

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Akber shk
How is it hanging Pal? after doing all those heavy pedalling
by Akber shk on Nov 10, 2014 12:40 PM

How is it hanging Pal? after doing all those heavy pedalling...heavy cycling affects your little pal as well!

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Shivanna ravikumar
amazing effort
by Shivanna ravikumar on Nov 10, 2014 08:00 AM

Cycling in india has a long history but is being forgotton bue rapid urbanisation and quest for motorised vehicles but groups like this enchanten the cycling habits to our younger generation. Keep cycling for your health and wealth.

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vilas kulkarni
They cycled the length of India and this is what they learnt
by vilas kulkarni on Nov 10, 2014 05:11 AM

Really great,Sitting 40 hours in a train is a great job. cycling not imaginable to me.I believe shanakarchary walked India 4 times. how do they posses this tremendous energy mental bent up to face isolation unknown risks

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William Wheeler
Make an unending chain!
by William Wheeler on Nov 08, 2014 05:34 AM

Kudos to the group. Your contribution to make this a better world for your fellow beings is praise worthy. Encourage others to do something similar and tell them to do the same. Build an unending chain. The world will become a really better place. Thanks to you. Well done!

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Excellent Work!!
by RAJESH REDDY on Nov 07, 2014 10:58 PM

Hello Guys, It's really nice to read. Good Work done. Really appreciate the pain taken and importantly spreading joy and helping People in Needy.

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