ID Sports, as it moves forward into laying foundations for its next event, it looks to grow and push the boundaries beyond the conventional, as a company, organizers and promoters of cycling in the country. Taking off from the success of 2013, we are ready to bring about the revolution of cycling in the country with – Godrej Eon Tour De India 2014™.

In 2013, Godrej Eon Tour de India, in its 2nd season of a mutl city event took a step ahead and conducted the event in commercial centre of Mumbai, then moved on to the Pink city of Jaipur and the grand  finale concluding at the Delhi NCR - Buddh International Circuit. The participation was overwhelming  in all 3 cities with more than 20,000 enthusiasts riding for a GREENER future. respectively. The international cycling race was conducted in all 3 cities and also saw the participation of 120 Elite foriegn cyclist. John Abraham – Bollywood Superstar and fitness icon was the brand ambassador for Godrej Eon Tour de India 2013 lead the TDI campaign which got more than 4Lakhs views on Youtube. And millions  of eyeballs 

In 2012, Godrej Eon Tour De India had travelled acrossthe countryside of India, racing in one of its most magnificent and culturally diverse cities of  Mumbai, Delhi & Srinagar, hosting internationally accredited cycling races which saw the participation of 150 Elite foreign cyclists and 500 International Dignitaries alongside the best of National Elite cyclists and more than 15,000 mass participation enthusiasts across the 3 cities. The event was successfully conducted with the support of Sports Ministry of India, Government of India, Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Government Of Maharashtra, Ministry of Tourism & MTDC and under the aegis of Cycling Federation of India (CFI) and International Cycling Union (UCI)

We had the honor of conducting the first round of individual CYCLOTHONs across major cities- the Salman khan Being Humna Mumbai Cyclothon in 2010, the Test event of the 2010  Common wealth games in Delhi.  and the Star studded Mumbai and Nashik Cyclothon in 2011 .. Please visit the past event summary at Please refer to

In 2012, we took Mumbai and Delhi Cyclothon's to the next level by launching the first Multi city cycling carnival; the Tour De India 2012- India's official parallel to the Tour de France. In 2012, which has been official included in Limca book of Wolrd record in the year 2014 for the the biggest cycling carnival in India.  We bring to you a fresh season 3 of Godrej Eon Tour de India 2014.

The races will be conducted in the cities of Jaipur, Delhi and  Mumbai.

Godrej Eon Tour De India 2014– Concept:

Enthralling amalgamation of competitive and entertaining cycling that will bring the best of the Bollywood Stars, International Rides and Masses on a same platform to participate in the rides of Godrej Eon Tour De India 2014

Race Cities: Mumbai, Jaipur & Delhi

Race Dates

To Be Announced Shortly

With world’s renowned cyclists and cycling teams, who would be riding in different and unique cities all over India, we see the association leading into bringing international cycling to India through the exposure of the event in 40 countries and generate a vast reach in the masses, attracting greater number of participation.

There will be a global viewership through Sony Six & Sony / Colours as host broadcasters, reaching out to several other countries garnering impressive amount of viewership by reaching out to the audience already an ardent supporter of the sport.

Good to know information
Cars and road transport make up 6% of the carbon footprint. 60% of car emission pollution occurs in the first few minutes before pollution control devices can work effectively. Approximately 40% of all car trips are less than 2 miles. Other modes are as following: Biking-10minutes, Walking-30minutes would keep about 15 pounds of pollutants out of the air.
• Cycling 6 miles to and from work instead of driving could burn 15 to 20 lbs of fat each year
• Cycling to work Reduces Your Carbon Footprint, Helps in weight loss and Is Economical
• Average car trip = 3 kilometres = 30 min
Average Cycle for 3 kilometres = under 15 minutes

If you choose to ride your bike to work just one day a week, you can reduce your contribution to CO2 global warming by 20% annually.


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