“Old Delhi by bike? What? Is it even possible?” This is one of the most common questions you get to hear from someone who is new to Delhi. We admit that some Indians and even some local Delhite do have this question in their mind. But our answer to the question – “Can a person

We did it again! After the successful completion of our World bicycle day event, 24 Spokes, we pulled off another successful event. This time it was a unique event for Delhi. Delhi might have seen many treasure hunts, but not one on bicycles. But not anymore! Last Sunday, before the Diwali weekend, we have organised

India is one of the most aspired countries to be visited for many travelers around the world, who seek for exotic places and all things new. So new at times that a region of India seems more than enough to absorb, and one couldn’t fathom that there would be more to offer in this land.

Thousands of days ago when nobody dared to think the unthinkable about riding a cycle in the city of Delhi, an idea was ignited to ride the path less ridden. An unknown experience was around the corner, curiosity was killing that cat but with all this, came the most exhilarating sense of something new. Little

“Can you tell me the best places to visit in Delhi before my flight tomorrow?” “Where do you suggest I go after this tour? I don’t want to go back to the hotel?” These are some of the most common questions at the end of our tour. Delhi is more than just a connecting city!

You don’t know Delhi until you have seen the core of its heart- the oddly famous Old Delhi or should I say Purani Dilli! Addressing the chaotic city as Purani Dilli fills up my heart with a sense of curiosity and adventure than to call it Old Delhi. I believe that’s the power of language

In the year 2009, it all started with an Idea that let’s use the best vehicle of the planet to explore the lanes of Old Delhi, capture thousands of expressions, activate all your senses, dive into the chapters of history, have a deep look in the buildings of lost era with their own amazing style

Best Things in Life Comes for Free As I always say that it is impossible to explore Delhi in a few days, you need at least 8-10 days if you want to explore and understand the city. There are more than 1300 monuments in the city with timeline going back to 850 AD, 10 dynasties,