Srinagar, June, 27: Syed Ali Asgar Razvi, a young social worker of the valley, organized a cycle race called Cycle Strike to attract the youth of Kashmir Valley towards sports and especially to stay away from drug addiction and other wrongdoings.
This is the first race of its kind up to the tourist destination Gulmarg. Gulmarg is located at an altitude of 8,700 feet above sea level.
Forty-three cyclists took part in the 30-kilometer race, including national and international cyclists.
The race was started by Magam. There was a lot of enthusiasm among the young cyclists. The physical fitness training of these cyclists was given by the famous fitness expert Imtiaz Darne. Social worker Syed Ali Asgar Razvi said that to keep the young generation away from wrong deeds Such steps are being taken.
Muhammad Akbar Khan, Waheed Ahmed and Monis Ahmed won the first, second and third positions respectively by covering a distance of 30 km from Magam to Gulmarg. The young cyclist expressed happiness.
Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Bopinder Kumar presented awards to the winners
Deputy Commissioner Baramulla expressed happiness over the organization of this race and said that the youth of Kashmir have a lot of potential.