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Seyha pedal powers to MTB win at Preak Leap

Seyha pedal powers to MTB win at Preak Leap

Less than five seconds separated round 2 winner Sang Seyha from second-placed Youen Phyuth in the A1 Elite Open class, at the Flying Bikes MTB course in Preak Leap near Phnom Penh, in the Smart 2015 MTB Series on Sunday.

The riders made it a one-two finish for the Flying bikes team, with Seyha clocking 50:44.7 for eight laps of the 19.2km mountain bike track.

Nhonh Lenh of Takhmao Cycling was third in a time of 52:35.4.

Phyuth still leads the standings after his victory in round 1 with 47 points, ahead of Yura Kim on 37. Nhonh Lenh is up to third with 32 points.

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