Two youths create record to cycle 3000 km, Government provide Gold Medal

Sambhal: In Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh, a pair of famous youth Pankaj and Kamal, named Cycle Man, have created a new record by cycling 3 thousand kilometres in 100 days. The pair of Pankaj and Kamal have won the gold medal in the Vargmont Tourdi 100, an international cycling competition organized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. In order to make the country pollution-free, 5 thousand people of India took part in this international cycling competition organized to make people aware of cycling.

Kamal Kishore, who won this international cycling competition, is a doctor by profession and Pankaj works in a college. This pair of Gold Medalists Cycle Man encourages people to ride bicycles through the Paddle Power Group with the aim of reducing pollution. Pankaj and Kamal Kishore, who brought laurels to the district by winning a gold medal in the International Cycling Competition Vergmont Tourdi 100, said that in order to make the country pollution-free, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, organized the International Cycling Competition Vergmont Tour D100 was organized.

In which he and his doctor friend Kamal Kishore have won the gold medal of the competition by travelling 3 thousand kilometres in 100 days by cycle. GPS system was added to the mobile of all the participants who were participating in the competition to trace the location of cycling.

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