Who is cyclist Anil Kadsur who died due to heart attack, death reason, biography, age, wife, cycling career

Who is cyclist Anil Kadsur who died due to heart attack, death reason, biography, age, wife, cycling career

Here is all you need to know about Anil Kadsur, the “Century cyclist” including his age, career, cause of death reasoh, biography and wife

Anil Kadsur, a cyclist who influenced countless enthusiasts both within and outside of the city, passed away on Friday morning from a heart attack leaving everyone mourning about his death.

Who is cyclist Anil Kadsur of Bangalore who died due to heart attack, death reason, biography, age, wife, cycling career

He became well-liked by cyclists who were always excited to see and greet him because of his habit of riding a bicycle 100 kilometres every day.

His incredible achievement of finishing 42 months of consecutive century rides; a staggering 1,250 century rides; was only highlighted in a post he made on social media on January 31. But the same night, he complained of feeling uneasy and was sent to the hospital.

He never went back to his house. Cycling enthusiasts found it difficult to accept the news that Kadsur had died of a heart attack on Friday morning, February 2.

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His commitment to cycling and fitness broke records and inspired many others. Cycling did not just inspire others but also to him as well as it helped Anil cope up with all the negativity during Covid 19. Here is all about the late cyclist.

Who was Anil Kadsur?

Anil Kadsur was a cyclist and a fitness trainer hailing from Bangalore. He was 45 years old. He became recognised for pedalling 100 kilometres every day, earning him the title “century cyclist.” He was also referred as Cycle Yogi and Cycle Guru by many.

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With more than ten years of riding experience and a staggering 2,25,000 kilometres of pedalling, he was an experienced rider. Interestingly, he rode a rotation of six fixed-gear cycles, or “fixies,” in his fleet.

On August 2, 2020, Kadsur set out to ride 100 kilometres for nine straight days. As he continued to ride, the challenge turned into a routine and it then became a mission.

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One of the main factors in Kadsur’s three and a half-year string of successful “century rides” was his disciplined lifestyle. His training sessions in Bengaluru took place every 100 km, starting at 3 am when he got up and ending at precisely 7 am. He was married to his wife Sindhu.

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