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DIMPI SANGHVI

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“Cycling with brought back so many memories from my college days, when, every summer, my friends and I used to go to Nariman Point, Mumbai, to ride our bicycles. I’ve ridden Free Bird (that’s what I’ve named this bike) on Worli Seaface a couple of times on weekends. Free Bird looks really attractive, and, with no complicated features, it’s really simple to ride. Riding a bike gives me the feeling of freedom and the opportunity to admire what exists in front of my eyes but which might not otherwise come to my attention. I’m planning to cycle more often on my trips as well, as I really support being a

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