The East Coast Berbice and Corentyne Highway is expected to come alight today when the Guyana Beverage Company sponsored cycle road race
under the Oasis Water Brand will be held. The 55 miles event is being organised by the Flying Ace Cycle Club (FACC) and will be held for the second year under the Oasis water Brand.
During the week the sponsors handed over the cheque to cover the cost of the race to Coordinator Randolph Roberts. The simple ceremony was done at the Beverage Company’s Berbice Office at Palmyra, East Coast, Berbice. Sales Representative Albert Budhoo did the honours on behalf of the Guyana Beverage Company. The event, is expected to be keenly conducted since all of the top riders in the country are preparing to travel to the Ancient County.
The riders will peddle off at 10:00hrs from in front of the Beverage Company’s Berbice office at Palmyra East Coast, Berbice to Nand Persaud Business Complex at No 36 Village Corentyne and back to its place of origin.
Prizes will be awarded to the first 10 finishers, the first three veterans, the first three 12-14 riders and the first cyclist of The FACC to cross the finish line. There will also be eight prime point prizes up for grabs.
The cyclists will be sent on their way by Regional Chairman of Region No6 (East Berbice Corentyne) David Armogan. The defending champion is Paul De Nobrega.
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