Cycling is a pretty common hobby amongst the people of India. One can always find people of various age groups enjoying a small ride on their bicycle during any given point of the day.
Off late the Indians have started considering this hobby as a serious sport, thanks to some great achievements from the likes of Esow Alben, Ronaldo Singh and others at the international level.
Many forms of cycling like track cycling, road cycling, BMX and MTB are hugely popular amongst cyclists, but the form which has yet not gained as much popularity as it should is Sky Cycling.
The sky cycling park in Gulaba area of Manali was the first ever sky cycling park in India.
So, what exactly is Sky Cycling?
Cycling in the sky? Well, almost correct. But how can you cycle in the sky? Is there not a phenomenon called gravity? Of course there is, you definitely don’t cycle in the air as if it’s space.
Sky Cycling is basically an adventure sport where one has to ride a bicycle on a rope which is suspended in the air. It includes all the necessary safety measures and allows the cyclists to enjoy the scenic beauty from the top while they ride their bicycle.
Sky Cycling is a perfect activity for those who are fond of adventures and for those who do not have the fear of heights. If you don’t like adventures or suffer from acrophobia, then this is certainly not something you would enjoy.
Where can you Sky Cycle in India?
You can enjoy sky cycling in India at three places – Kullu Manali, Rishikesh and Kochi. The sky cycling park in Gulaba area of Manali was the first ever sky cycling park in India.