Come Ride With Me
The Oberoi Hotels’ acclaimed chef Parvinder Bali will lead a 100 km cycle ride on 5th August around Delhi-Noida which will end at the Greater Noida venue of IHE 2023 by 12:00 hrs (Noon).
The group will include Delhi’s top cyclists + 100 hoteliers, local chefs & hospitality students who will join in along the route. The route of the morning ride includes stops at Delhi’s top luxury hotels for awareness, media & photo opportunities.
It is an open invitation for all riders (Young, slightly less young, slightly old & never old) to join the ride, in part or full.
S1: Vaishali to India Gate via Connaught Place (20 km)
S2: Connaught Place to Aerocity via Dhaula Kuan (19 km)
S3: Aerocity to Advant Navis Biz Park (Noida) via Dhaula Kuan (42 km)
S4: Advant Park to expo venue, Knowledge Park 2 (13 km)
Join The Ride
“I invite all of Delhi-NCR’s amazing hospitality sector to ride with us on 5th August. This effort is to raise awareness of the larger Int’l Chefs Day programme in a healthy and fun way. A culinary career is physically and mentally demanding. For me, cycling sparks my culinary creativity. Done regularly, even for short distances, cycling increases energy levels and overall fitness which are essential for everyone."
Chef Parvinder Bali
Corporate Chef (L&D),
Oberoi Hotels & Resorts
Why We Ride
Chefs Ride 2023 is to raise awareness at all levels of cooks & chefs.
every chef matters.
International Chefs Day (India)
Int'l Chefs Day (20 Oct) is about equality of the culinary professional not the size and type of our kitchens. It should be celebrated by everyone in a professional kitchen and even hospitality students similar to 'Teachers Day' and 'Mothers Day'. It has been celebrated in 100 countries since 2004 but is not yet well known here in India.
Our goal is to make it a 'default' celebration in India by 2030. Help us achieve it.