#ResetwithCycling

This August 15, we’re calling for a different kind of independence.

Independence from FUEL. Do Paiyyon wali Azadi. Will you join us?

More cyclists = less air pollution = better health!

Find your city’s petition below. Join the revolution, and share with your friends..

On August 15, take your cycle and get out on the streets. Bring your friends along*. Share photos. Tag us @jhatkaadotorg #ResetWithCycling. Let’s demand independence from fuel, together.

*Please adhere to lockdown rules in your city, wear a mask and maintain social distancing

Find a cycling campaign
21,721
of 50,000 signatures
across 25 local campaigns

Campaigns (25)

  • Bhopal
    Let's make Bhopal cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
    44 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Rudransh Raghuwanshi Picture
  • Howrah
    Let's make our Kolkatta cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
    20 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Sanjoy Kumar Sarkar
  • Tirunelveli
    Let's make Tirunelveli an eco-friendly district- Burn fat not fuel
    First of all, cycling is good for our health and our society. It's eco friendly and reduces air pollution. Instead of a bike, everyone should use a bicycle for nearby places like shop, gym, etc. Cycling has a lot of health benefits. It's good for our heart and helps in muscle building, perfect joints, strong bones, etc.
    14 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Akash V
  • Madurai
    Let's make our Madurai cycling friendly
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
    9 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Navneethan N K
  • Anantapur
    Let's make our Anantpur cycling friendly:
    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more and more people trying to avoid public transportation for fear of contracting the virus and liike in other parts of the world, India experienced a boom in bicycle sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Although most Indian cities are not bicycle-friendly, there has been a sharp increase in recreational cycling during the pandemic as people try to beat cabin fever during lockdowns, get exercise, or avoid commutes on stuffed public transport. People now feel the need for private transport more than ever. And a major section can still notafford cars, so cycling presents an opportunity like no other. India's Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry said the pandemic has presented an opportunity to make cities more accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. In a June advisory, it recommended pedestrianization of at least three markets in every city and more bicycle lanes. Given, there is a push for cycling at a national level. Let us demand our municipal corporation to take some steps in the right direction. Join the movement to make your city cycling friendly.
    8 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Jagadeesh Kariswamy