Bicycle City India

Table of Contents
Potential Bicycle City Locations Introduction
India Bicycle Organizations
India Environmental Groups
Alternative Energy Organizations & Companies in India:
India Animal Groups:
India Business Organizations & Resources
India Education Organizations & Resources
India Government
India International Groups
Conclusion
Introduction

India, with its multi-faceted landscape, and rich cultural history is a fantastic nation for Bicycle City. The topography ranges from mountainous (The Himalayas) in the north and northeastern states to the fertile Indo-Gangetic Plain in the rest of the northern part of the country as well as the central and eastern parts of the country. Southern India mainly consists of a plateau flanked by two hilly coastal ranges, while the west consists of desert. This varied geography provides options and challenges for all types and skill levels of biking enthusiasts. The climate of India also offers many diverse options for bicycle city locations with the perfect mixtures of sun and rain, warm and cold. The increasing globalization, urbanization, and industrialization of India’s Population centers will no doubt leave many residents thirsting for the slow-paced, rich life that Bicycle City, India could offer.Some great locations for Bicycle City, India might be:

Pune, Maharashtra
  • Population: 4.5 Million
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 2.37”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: Mar. to May – 35-39°C, June to Sept. – 20-28°C, Oct. to Feb. - 29°
  • Water: Mula River, Mutha River, Pavana River, Indrayani River
  • Postal Index Number: 4110xx
Silwalik Hills/Northern India
  • Population: N/A
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 2”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: Vary widely depending on elevation
  • Water: Teesta River
  • Postal Index Number: N/A
Goa
  • Population: 1.4 million
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 1.8”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: Dec. to Feb. – 29°, Mar. to Aug. – 35°, Sept. to Nov. – 33°
  • Water: Mandovi River, Zuari River, Terekhol River, Chapora River, Betul River
  • Postal Index Number: 403004, 403508, 403603, 403705, 403711, 403523, 403504, 403515, 403710, 403712, 403410, 403705, 403723, 403601, 403507, 403803, 403104, 403604, 403001, 403711, 403005, 403103, 403517, 403406, 403802, 412212
Sikkim
  • Population: 540,493
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 1.9”
  • Average Annual Temperatures: 18°C
  • Water: Teesta River, Rangeet River, Tsongmo Lake, Gurudongmar Lake, Khechiopalri Lake
  • Postal Index Number: 737101
Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh
  • Population: 19,034
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 1.5”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: Nov. to Feb. – 14.5°, Mar. to Oct. – 38°
  • Postal Index Number: 176xxx
Raipur, Chhattisgarh
  • Population: 700,113
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 3.92”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: Summer – 42-51 C°; Winter – 8-36°
  • Water: Mahanadi River
  • Postal Index Number: 492001
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
  • Population: 744,739
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 5.58”
  • Average Temperatures: Summer - 34°C; Winter - 21°C
  • Water: Arabian Sea, Vellayani Lake, Karamana River, Killi River
  • Postal Index Number: 695xxx
Cuttack, Orissa
  • Population: 580,000
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 4.74”
  • Average Monthly High Temperatures: April to Sept. - 45°C; Oct. to Dec. - 15°, Jan. to Mar. – 33.4°C
  • Water: Mahanadi River, Kathajodi River
  • Postal Index Number: 7530xx
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
  • Population: 1,482,718
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 1.4”
  • Average Seasonal Temperatures: Summers as high as 40-42°C; winters no lower than 8°C
  • Water: Bhoj Wetlands – Upper Lake and Lower Lake; Kolans River
  • Postal Index Number: 462001
Chandigarh
  • Population: 900,635
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: 3.64”
  • Average Seasonal High Temperatures: Summer - 44°C; Autumn - 36°C, Winter - 15°C, Spring - 25°C
  • Water: Sukhna Lake, Sukhna Choe
  • Postal Index Number: 160xxx
India Bicycle Organizations
India Environmental Groups
Alternative Energy Organizations & Companies in India:
India Animal Groups:
India Business Organizations & Resources
India Education Organizations & Resources
India Government
India International Groups
Conclusion
Bicycle City, India could be a great place for people to live, play, work, visit, or retire to, thanks to the rich atmosphere, history, landscape, and wonderfully inviting climate of India.