Cyclists to compete in West Coast Berbice 50-miler Sunday

Chief Executive Officer of the Stretch D Dollar Rudolph Blair hands over the sponsorship cheque of an undisclosed sum to coach Randolph Roberts.

The Stretch D Dollar Supermarket  in collaboration with the Flying Ace Cycling Club of Berbice will stage its first cycling event this year on Sunday on the West Coast of Berbice.

The race is open to cyclists throughout the country.

The race will cover a distance of 50 miles and bikers will take off at 09:00 hours from Stretch D Dollar Supermarket at Rosignol and race to the Abary Bridge before heading back to the starting point for the finish.

Chief Executive Officer of the Stretch D Dollar Rudolph Blair hands over the sponsorship cheque of an undisclosed sum to coach Randolph Roberts.

There will be two separate categories for  novices and females. The novices will ride  25 miles while the ladies will race six miles,  starting at the Hopetown Gas Station and proceeding to the finish line at Rosignol.

Prizes will be awarded to the first 10 cyclists to cross the finish line and eight prime prizes are also on offer.

Chief Executive Officer of the Stretch D Dollar Supermarket Rudolph Blair, who is also a member of the Flying Aces Cycling Club and a former cyclist, will be on hand, along with his family, to present prizes to the cyclists.

He will also be starting the race which is being coordinated by Flying Ace cycling coach Randolph Roberts. Interested persons are asked to contact Roberts on 628-1951 for further information.

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