As many as 109 riders will be flagged off from here at 6.30 am. The participants will ride through three wildlife sanctuaries, Bandipur National Park in Karnataka, Mudumalai National Park in the Nilgiris and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala.
     
The tour will have a mix of challenging climbs and flat courses at different stages, aimed at testing the riders' craft and grit. Sridhar Pabbisetty, Co-Founder of Tour of Nilgiris and Member of Ride A Cycle Foundation said that the Tour has grown in both popularity and stature across the globe.
     
This year, the event is set to witness participants from Singapore, China, Nepal, Germany, Netherlands, USA, UK and India.

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