Pedaling his Way to France

Published: 29th May 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th May 2015 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Bicycling is his passion and the passion grew to such an extent that he cycled from London to Paris twice. The Chairman of Hyderabad Bicycling Club & Board Member of World Cycling Alliance (WCA) D V Manohar has now bagged the opportunity of addressing World Cycling Conference viz., Velo City 2015 at Nantes, France; being held from June 2 to 5.

D V Manohar.jpgHe will be addressing the Closing Plenary session on June 5 along with other eminent speakers like Dominque Lebrun, Ministry of Ecology, and Energy, France; Conny Bieze, Regional Minister, Netherlands; Andre Dzikus, UNO, Johanna Rolland, Mayor of Nantes, Chou Li Fang, Deputy Mayor of Taipei (Taiwan) and Manfred Neun, President of World Cycling Alliance. The Closing Plenary Session is expected to be attended by over 1200 delegates from all over the world. Manohar will also be speaking at the special TV Show session “Bicycle with pride of place in housing and public space” at the Velo City 2015 which will be telecast live by French TV.

At the Closing Plenary, Manohar will speak on behalf of WCA committing WCA’s support to Cities, States/Regions and Countries across the world to promote cycling & also announce some prestigious voluntary commitments by WCA to the UN.

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