Oct 29, 2010 Sports
The Ride for Life five stage cycling event organized by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports is set to get underway from November 4-7 and already the nation’s top cyclists are heightening their preparations to ride off with the spoils.
Among those pounding the road are Warren McKay, Tony Simon and Marlon ‘Fishy’ Williams, three of the country’s top riders, all with their eyes on the premiere prize.
The three cyclists managed to cop a sponsorship deal with American Exchange Hair Salon and Beauty Supplies, a business enterprise situated at lot 23 Durban Street, Werk-en-Rust. The three have received cycling apparatus and have been promised other support during the preparatory stages.
Manager of the organization, Tomeika Gilkes presented the gift to the three cyclists while wishing them the best in their endeavours.
In response, the cyclists conveyed their heartfelt gratitude while promising to train hard towards success. The sponsorship package represents the second time that the cyclists have received such support from the organization in question.
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