2-day `Indore Bicycle Expo’ begins

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The photograph taken on inaugural day of 2-day `Indore Bicycle Expo’ at Indore (Madhya Pradesh).

Ludhiana/Indore, September 20, 2014: From today bicycle expo trade started in Indore (M.P) in the name of “Indore Bicycle Expo” from 20-21 September. Opening of this fair was made by the Mayor of Indore Krishan Murari Moga & UCPMA Members Charanjit Singh Vishivkarma (President), Biant Pal Singh, Nalin Mahajan and others.
Today was the first day of the fair. Around 110 dealers of Bicycle visited the fair. They were very much impressive by seeing the latest cycle in the fair. In the entire hall around 50 stalls of Bicycle, Bicycle parts, tyres, tubes are there. Entire hall was fully air-conditioned covered. Everything in the fair is properly managed by its organising committee.
From this expo it is expected that the bicycle Industries will make business of around Rs.100 crore which is quite beneficial for the cycle industry. From Ludhiana leading manufacturers participated in this expo. The company that participated in this expo included HERO Cycle, Avon Cycle, Big Ben, Vishivkarma, Hippo Cycles, Asia Cycle.
BJP Activist of Indore Gurdeep Singh Bhatia personally welcomed all the members of cycle association of Ludhiana.
In this city there are many cycle tracks that have been made by the government. The government has made cycle tracks so that the cyclist can easily use the track for cycling. If a person uses cycle then naturally he keep himself healthy.
The Indore Corporation has made several Bicycle Banks for the convenience of the visitors or local person who does not have bicycle and he can use bicycle by paying the small rent.  Now they have made the bicycle banks near railway station and bus stand. Any person can go the Bicycle bank and take the bicycle from there and go to his destination. After completion of his work he can deposit the cycle is another bank which is near to his place.
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Saturday, September 20, 2014