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Meet: Chander Lall

Besides being an ardent cyclist, Chander is also fond of skiing (first hitting the slopes in Gulmarg, as a schoolkid) and mountaineering - he's made successful attempts on Mt. Rainier and Mt. Shasta, in the USA. He's also participated in a kayaking trip to Greenland, and a hiking and kayaking expedition in Ladakh. Lastly, the multi-adventurous Chander has been certified by PADI (Professional Association of Dive Instructors) as an advanced scuba diver (he's had experience of diving in Thailand, Mexico and Indonesia) .

From: Delhi, India
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I started cycling in school, when I was in 6th standard - I would ride from my home to my school. As I became more active, I rode for the Delhi state team. In 1982, I took part in the trial games, a qualifying meet for the Delhi Asian Games. I participated in the 200km road race but unfortunately, my bike had a fault; I attempted to ride on but while looking for my team repair vehicle, I crashed into the pilot motorbike - so robbing me of the outside chance to participate in the Asiad! It was the biggest disappointment of my life, and remains a sore memory. Recently, I rode 250km in 12 hours from Jodhpur halfway to Jaisalmer and back, across the Thar Desert, in the Desert 500. But I don't take part in road races now. I regularly ride to work and back - it's the best way to commute for it helps me get in some exercise, and I also end up doing my bit in helping the environment. It's also faster than a car! .

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 Sir Good Afternoon I have been a sportsman throughout my schooling and college, now, I'm developing my hobby into cycling and want to prepare for Manali-Leh expedition. I want to purchase a mountain bike in the range of 20-30 thousand (can increase also if suggested), preferably any brand under Firefox, as services available in Jammu. Your valuable suggestions help me in my selection. Also suggest size for the height of 5.8". Regards: Pardeep Dalal.
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