“Yeoor Hills, located in Thane, which is only 40 km from Mumbai, is an ideal rash and mountain biking location. The Hills of Yeoor Thane, also called Mama Bhanja Hills, attract bikers to (cycler) in the monsoon for dirt and rash biking adventures because of the uphill location, which is small and a little muddy and dirty with collected water, bringing fun to mountain riders in Mumbai and Thane.”
NOTICE : As declared since August 2017, Yeoor Hills, which is part of the huge Sanjay Gandhi National Park, has been declared an Eco-Sensitive Zone, and no loud music or any other kind of pollution is allowed. Any resident or outsider who is found guilty will be prosecuted under the Environment Protection Act, 1986′.
Yeoor Hills Biking
The enthusiastic cyclist network in Mumbai often plans a long ride that starts in Mumbai suburbs and goes from Kashimira (Mira Road Highway) towards Ghodbunder Road, heading towards Yeoor Hills in Thane District, and from there a giant road towards Mulund, heading back from Powai towards Goregaon (Famous Aarey Milk Colony) green zone, back from Kandivali to Kashimira. Also know about the failed cycling track at BKC.
This kind of Rash biking experience at Yeoor is definitely an adventure and good physical exercise too. The up-and-down hill slope and the zigzag roads are thrilling. One needs to be an experienced biker, and the bike should be in good condition when it comes to controls. To add on this, eco-friendly mountain biking experiences should be promoted more for a healthy city, and so should this article.
More MTB Locations Near Mumbai
If you are ready to travel, explore about 100 to 300 km from Mumbai. Some fascinating MTB places await your adventures. Hilly locations, which are ideally visited by picnic groups, have some locations to check out. Malshej Ghat, Bhor Ghat, Kamshet, Chakan, Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani, Bhimashankar, and Lonavala are a few locations that fall between Mumbai and Pune (300 km) and some off-road destinations like Kolad (known for whitewater river rafting), as said by a few mountain bike owners in Mumbai.
Another nearest place is Nagla Forest Nature Park, located at the entrance of National Highway 8 on the right side once you cross Versova Bridge (Bhayandar Creek). Just remember a village called Sasupada, and the exact location address is Nagla Forest Block Trail. Ghodbunder Road, National Highway 8, Sasupada Entrance See the map below. Bikers have loved to ride in this forest area covered under an extension of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. It is just a 3 to 5 Kilometre trial.
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