Women were seen celebrating their liberty and freedom and came together while entering into fourth year of their celebration on the occasion of International Women's Day.
Around two hundred women participated in bike rally from all walks of life, asserting their independence while breaking traditional gender stereotypes and to spread awareness towards freedom and liberation.
Anugrah, one of the woman bike rider exclusively told OneIndia, "It's joy and fun riding in city, as it's a glorious moment for unity and freedom of women and I am glad to be part of the rally. It's also about breaking stereotype gender dominance from society. "
The women were seen riding almost all types of heavy bikes which are generally driven by men.
Women of all age groups took part in bike rally which covered 10 km distance which began from Kittur Rani Chennamma Sports Complex, Jayanagar covering Lal Bagh and ended at Jayanagar.
This event was also celebrated in our national capital at 9:30 am in the Inner Circle, Block A, Connaught Place and back, covering a 20 km stretch.