Bengaluru, 14th, March 2022: Cycool takes pride in being announced as the first and foremost cycling platform in India. Cycool is developing a cycling community across India and working hard to promote cycling for a better future.
In an effort to celebrate International Women’s week, 2022 and extol women, Cycool organized a Cycling Treasure Hunt in association with Spokeswomen, the community of the largest women riders in Bengaluru from the Koramangala Club, Bengaluru.
This cool cycling event was conducted in the form of a Cycling Treasure Hunt. People took part in the event regardless of their age, gender, culture, and worldviews to celebrate the women around. The participants were grouped in teams and biked out to play the game of Treasure Hunt. Each team consisted of a minimum of three and a maximum of six riders, with at least one female rider. Total 34 Teams and 180 riders participated in this event and made it the biggest cycling event to celebrate International Women’s Week.
Each team had a Fun, Funky, Creative Team Name, decided after a lot of thought by the team members. Many teams came dressed up based on the theme or colour or any idea they wanted to communicate. The Most Creative Team Name was ‘Shalu and the Lungi Bodyguards’ and the Most Creatively Dressed Team was ‘Dabang Unchained Moms’ (DUM), an all-women team that dressed up as police cops.
Prizes were distributed to the Top 3 Winning Teams, The Most Creative Team Name and The Most Creatively Dressed Team. And, of course, there was a finisher’s goodie bag loaded with goodies for everyone.
There is always room for contribution. Every km participants are going to cycle on 13th March would generate Rs. 2. Cycool and Spokes-Women would donate 2 times of the total distance covered on a cycle to its NGO partner – Jeevarathni Foundation. The foundation also raised funds by selling pots, paintings and artefacts, all made by the children.