Malta Supreme criterium at National Park this Saturday

Flashback! Photo finish from a previous race in the National Park

Riders from this year’s ‘Teach Them Young’ cycling programme will be on show at the inner circuit of the National Park on Saturday when organizer and cycling coach, Hassan Mohamed and Banks DIH Limited under the Malta Supreme brand team up to host an 11-race youth cycle programme.

The event which will pedal off at 9:00hrs is expected to attract all the stars from the local cycling clubs as well as riders from this year’s 41st annual ‘Teach Them Young’ Cycling programme.

The main event will see the top juniors and senior riders going head-to-head in the Invitational 35-lap race.

Other categories scheduled to be contested are the 12 to 14 years boys and girls (3 laps), veterans under-50 years (5 laps), veterans over-50 years (5 laps), veterans over-60 years (5 laps), juveniles (10 laps), upright cyclists (5 laps), BMX boys open (3 laps), BMX boys 12 to 14 years (3 laps), BMX boys 9 to 12 years (3 laps) and BMX boys 6 to 9 years (3 laps).

Brand Manager of non-alcoholic malts, Clayton McKenzie of Banks DIH Limited, is scheduled to distribute the prizes to the top performers.

 

 

 

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