Victor Macedo Memorial Road Race billed as “the race of the year”

The Flying Stars Cycle Club will be holding its annual Victor Macedo Memorial Road Race this Sunday starting outside the Ocean View International Hotel on the East Coast.

And this  event is being dubbed “the race of the year” with most of Guyana’s top riders expected to compete.
The race which will be sponsored by Macedo Transportation Services promises to be highly competitive as well as lucrative for the winners with top dollars and other prizes at stake.

Alonzo Greaves, Enzo Matthews, Geron Williams, Robin Persaud and Lear Nunes who are scheduled to participate in the Caribbean Elite Championships in Jamaica from  September 17 to 18 will be among those in contention on Sunday.

The race commences and concludes outside the Ocean View International Hotel. The seniors will ride to the Abary Bridge and return (120 km), and the females and veterans will journey to Mahaica Old Road and return via the New Road (88 km), while the juniors will ride to the Half Way Tree, Mahaicony and return.

Meanwhile, Junior Niles, last year’s winner in the seniors category, will be hard pressed to repeat as the top guns in local cycling all have their eyes on the whopping $60,000 first prize.

The juniors race should also be a thriller with Guyana’s two rising stars, Michael Anthony and Raynauth Jeffrey expected to give  last year’s winner, Paul De Nobrega and the experienced Neil Reece the battle of their lives competing for $15,000.

Lucrative prizes will go to the top six senior finishers, the top three juniors and veterans and the top two females.
The event pedals off at 7:30 am.
The prize structure is as follows:

Seniors – 1st prize $60,000, 2nd prize $40,000, 3rd prize $30,000, 4th prize $20,000, 5th prize $15,000, 6th prize $10,000. Juniors – 1st prize $15,000, 2nd prize $12,000, 3rd prize $10,000.
Veterans – 1st prize $15,000, 2nd prize $12,000, 3rd prize $10,000.

Ladies – 1st prize $15,000, 2nd prize $10,000. There will also be ten prime prizes of $1,000 each for the seniors and juniors, and six prime prizes of $1,000 each for the veterans and females.

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