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The Physical Fitness and Recreational Club, SCMS-NOIDA organized a cycling event in collaboration with Fit India on 21st February 2021 where the participants had to cover as many kilometers as they can. It aimed at highlighting the importance of cycling in our day to day lives, and how one can stay healthy in an economical way, which is impactful for the environment as well as for themselves. This was a virtual event hosted on the Strava app where the participants cycled in their locality ensuring social distancing.
A mail regarding the event was sent to all the batches on 9th February 2021, subsequent to which constant reminders were sent to the students and rigorous marketing was done to promote the event. The club also organized a webinar on 18th February to assist the students and resolve any kind of queries they had regarding the event. This webinar helped the participants to register and participate in the event in a hassle-free manner.
As on 19th February, the event received a total of 100 staggering registrations with students from all the batches. On the day of the event, riders actively peddled and an enthusiastic response was recorded on the app. Top three winners who covered the highest distance and all participants who covered 10 kms received e-certificates from Fit India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India and SCMS Noida jointly.
All the cyclists together completed a distance of almost 900 km. With a phenomenal record ranging from 10 km to 114 km, Cyclethon was a sell out! The top performer covered a distance of 113.95 kms proving that not even the global pandemic could stop the students from riding their way towards fitness.A total of 8 participants covered a distance of more than 95 km who proved that no pandemic can stop them from achieving their goals. Winners were Gagandeep Singh Lamba (batch 2020-23) , Bhavitesh Kurra (batch 2020-23) and Raddhant Bajaj ( batch 2018-21) covering almost 100 km each.
Some photos of the event:
(Cycling in UP)
(Cycling near India Gate)
(Cycling at Rajghat India Gate)
(Early morning ride at Dadri, UP)
Dr. Shikha Singh
(Head-Student Affairs Council)
Dr. K.P.Venugopala Rao