India’s first para-cyclist and Limba Book of Record holder Aditya Mehta is set to travel from Kashmir to Kanyakumar under Infinity Ride 2020, the country’s top para cyclist. The objective of this ride is to bring awareness to Para talent in the country. The ride is of the Aditya Mehta Foundation (AMF) supported by the Border Security Force (BSF). The ride started from Nishant Bagh in Srinagar on Thursday and was flagged off by Director of Border Security Force Rakesh Asthana. The yatra will conclude on December 29 at Tirunelveli in Kanyakumari.
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The 2020 edition will be 41 days this time and will cover 34 cities. This is the sixth year of Infinity Ride 2020, led by BSF Jawan and Asian Para Cycling Championship Bronze medalist Harinder Singh and Asian Games Track Cycling bronze medalist Gurlal Singh. This time they will not only participate in it but will also lead the teams during this 3801 km long journey.
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Aditya Mehta, founder of the Aditya Mehta Foundation (AMF) said that seven years ago I had walked this path alone, no one thought that it is possible for a person like me to reach here and now that after seven years I will With so many riders I see, I believe that if one can influence the feeling of being challenged to make unimaginable efforts, anything is possible. Our mental and physical fitness has been affected by the Kovid-19 epidemic and I hope that Infinity Ride 2020 will convey the importance of the Fit India Movement across the country and especially among para participants.