Tour of Nilgiris reaches Sultan Bathery

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on January 22, 2018 Published on December 18, 2015




Belinda Viegas Mueller in Women, Lord Venky in Men’s category leading


The Indian Terrain Tour of Nilgiris (TfN) has reached Sultan Bathery, Kerala after covering a distance of 156 kms from Madikeri, Kodagu district in Karnataka.

109 cyclists participating in the Tour of Nilgiris crossed through the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary on Day three. The riders will leave Sultan Bathery on December 19 (Saturday) morning and cover a distance of 103 kms to reach Ooty.

TfN is organized by RideACycle Foundation (RAC-F), a not-for-profit advocacy organization, the event is aimed at promoting Cycling Tourism. Partner for the Indian Terrain Tour of Nilgiris 2015 include: Indian Terrain (Title sponsor), BASU (Strategic Partner), Sita Bhateja (Medical Partner), Firefox, TREK, Jayanth Probikers (Associate Sponsors), Heinrich (Apparel Partner), TVS and Solver Minds (GPS tracking partners), Spectrum (Physiotherapy Partners), Hospitality Partner (Shangri La), Linger, Karcher (Prize Partners), Meraki ( Marketing & PR Partner).

The Indian Terrain Tour of Nilgiris (TfN) 2015 was flagged off on December 16 from Bengaluru

Current standing

Indian Terrain Tour of Nilgiris (participants ranking):

Belinda Viegas Mueller from India leading in the Women’s category.

Lord Venky from India leading in the Men’s Masters category.

Nils Eigil Bradtberg from Denmark leading in the Men’s Under 35 category.

Richard Mueller from Germany leading in the Veteran’s category.

Over the next seven days, cyclists will pedal through towns of Ooty, Palakkad, Coimbatore and finish at Pollachi on December 21 and a day of rest for the cyclists.


Published on December 18, 2015
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