Interview with Amit Bhowmik — Founder of Cyclists.in

What made you start cyclists.in?

Is there a story behind the name?

How was cycling during that period of time?

How did you get the idea of starting such a big thing all by yourself?

Do you have any future plans with cyclists.in?

Besides cycling what are the other things you love to do?

What deters people from cycling in Mumbai?

Do you have a favourite cycling route? What time of the day do you prefer going out for a fun ride? Did you ever have any mishaps on the road?

Why did you stop publishing cyclists.in E-mag after a year? We believe it was a very good initiative?

BRMS when initially started in India by Mr. Patki, took your platforms support to reach out to the mass. You yourself have volunteered and hosted some Brevets, Could you share your experience on the same?

How do you compare the cycling revolution in Mumbai as compared to other big cities in India?

Is the folding bike really convenient in a city like Mumbai?

Do plan to start social media platforms for other sports too? Running, Trekking?

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