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Angkor Wat bike race

Angkor Wat bike race

About 50 bicycle racers and 150 recreational riders are expected to line up for the

bike races at Angkor Wat December 1, event organizer Village Focus International

said.

Beginning and ending in Angkor Wat, the Angkor Wat Bike Race and Rally will cover

100 km. The recreational race will cover 50 km. Last year's race included riders

from Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Britain, France,

Germany, Belgium, Canada, the United States, and South Korea in addition to Cambodia.

Racers seeking sponsors may donate proceeds to community development projects in

Battambang province and Sihanoukville. Race fees are $25 for Cambodians and $50 for

non-Cambodians. Bikers can register at ww.villagefocus.org. Bike and helmet rentals

are available.

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