Striving to offer the delightful journeys across the world
The journey started when three of us left one morning for a 100 km ride on hired cycles to Cauvery Fishing Camp (off Bangalore), we came back surprised, out of our comfort zones, enthralled by the outdoors and moved by the simple living in the countryside. We had ridden out of the city for 60 km and were sitting under a statue of Mahatma Gandhi discussing the ride till then. Then we realized for some bicycle is a utility, for others it is a revelation of human potential and endurance, and for many more it is a new and unique experience – a perfect way to discover the heart of the country.
– Pankaj Mangal, Founder of Art of Bicycle Trips
Founded in June 2010 during a 100km bicycle ride in India, Art of Bicycle Trips specialize in crafting unique cycling, walking and active adventures to India and Asia-at-Large. We work with some of the finest local specialists based in your tour region as co-creators from itinerary designing to on-ground operations so that you experience the destination from a local perspective. Each day is crafted with utmost care so that you are well rested; get a drift of local culture and cuisine and enjoy the splendid trails at your own pace with the finest local specialists.
We see cycling and hiking as a catalyst for a new paradigm based on the human traits of truth, honesty and freedom and encourage people to follow along the same lines.
To find and promote alternate ways of living.
Founded in June 2010 during a 100km bicycle ride in India
Our first day trip ‘Victorian Bangalore Safari’ is launched in Bangalore and becomes utterly popular
We design our first multi-day trip ‘Bangalore to Goa’
Our company is registered in India as Pvt Ltd firm
Our bike tours are offered across India and we become the first company in India to offer organized bike tours across the nation
We go beyond India and offer bike tours in Sri Lanka
We expand into Southeast Asia and offer tours across the region
Now available in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Sri Lanka.