What did cities do in Stage 1?

India Cycles4Change Challenge aims at inspiring Indian cities to implement quick cycling-friendly interventions in the wake of COVID-19. As part of the stage 01 of this transformative journey 41 cities have worked — from June to January — on 3 components — testing pilot cycling interventions, building momentum for cycling, and creating scaleup plans to make their streets cycling-friendly.

We congratulate the top 25 cities- India’s Cycling Pioneers-for going into Stage 2 of the Challenge.

They have led the cycling revolution by creating on-ground transformation through exemplary leadership, enthusiastic efforts, and effective collaboration with citizens.

Head to the online exhibition to check out their commendable work in Stage 01.

Message from Visionaries

What are cities doing?

How are cities doing it?

Test-Learn-Scale isn’t a new idea; applying it to the Indian context was. The India Cycles4Change challenge introduced this mantra to help cities create solutions that meet the needs of the people, while also garnering citizen support.

‘The Dawn of India’s Cycling Revolution’, 
the official report celebrating the phenomenal
efforts taken by cities across the country in
the India Cycles4Change Challenge so far.

How did the Challenge support the cities?

By developing an innovative capacity building programme.
Here’s how we made it happen so far…

Conducted Workshops

Created a library of resources

Setup CSO network

Write to Us

Reach out to the Coordinating team at contact@cycles4change.org