Indian Army flags off Chinar Mountain Cycling Adventure, 22 cyclists to cover 364 km in 4 days

The expedition is aimed at spread awareness about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and health through cycling.

Indian Army flags off Chinar Mountain Cycling Adventure, 22 cyclists to cover 364 km in 4 days
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NEW DELHI: Indian Army has flagged off 'Chinar Mountain Cycling Adventure' from BB Cantt, Srinagar in which a team of 22 enthusiastic youth will cycle and cover a distance of 364 km. The four-day long expedition kick started on June 20, Wednesday.

The expedition is aimed at spread awareness about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and health through cycling.

During a two-day long selection process, the cyclists were introduced to the high-end equipment and gears to be used while cycling.

On June 21, Thursday, the team reached Kargil War Memorial and paid homage to the martyrs of Kargil War.

The four-day expedition slated to end on June 24, Sunday along with the Water Sports Adventure Activity at Nehru Park in Srinagar's Dal Lake.

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