Pune 13 May 2018:- To salute the spirit of motherhood, Starkenn Sports Pvt. Ltd. organized a special bicycle ride on the occasion of Mother’s Day starting from Giant Starkenn Bicycle world, Shivajinagar to Annasaheb Old Age Home in Kharadi.
Post this bicycle rally riders met with old women from the old age home, wished them on the occasion of Mother’s Day, took their blessings and celebrated Mother’s Day by cutting cake. Participants also donated essentials groceries such as food items, basic medicines, grains, etc. to the members of the old age home. This one of its kind unique bicycle ride received an overwhelming participation from across the city and participants were extremely happy.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Pravin V Patil, Managing Director and CEO, Starkenn Sports Pvt Ltd said, “We thought of celebrating this Mother’s Day by conducting a bicycle ride and visit to the old age home. There are lot of old women in the old age homes and we thought of being with them and make them feel special on the occasion of Mother’s Day. It was heartening to see people from across different sectors come in large numbers to participate in the ride. We would continue doing this kind of ride on every Mother’s Day.”
This 23 Km bicycle ride started at 6.30 Am in the morning from Giant Starkenn Cycling World-Shivaji Nagar. More than 100 riders from across different age groups participated in this ride.
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