Asia's first cycle highway was built in 2016 in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Running between Etawah and Agra, it is a 207-km-long stretch. It was constructed by the UP Public Works Department and the 7-ft-wide highway runs parallel to the main highway. Along the highway, one can cover most of the important tourist attractions in the city of Agra, including the Taj Mahal, Bateshwarnath temple, Raja-Bhoj-ki-Haveli and Naugava-ka-Qila. The track will also give one picturesque view of the Chambal and Yamuna rivers, along with deep ravines. More specifically, the highway connects the Taj Mahal in Agra to the Lion Safari in Etawah. One can hitch a ride on a bicycle and travel the expanse of this pollution-free and unspoilt infrastructure, and gaze in awe as the wonders of Agra slowly unfold.

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