Round 2 of Mountain Bike series arrives in Preak leap

Round 2 of Mountain Bike series arrives in Preak leap

The second round of the Smart Cambodia MTB series 2015 is set to push off on the mountain biking track at Preak Leap, 7km north along National Road 6 tomorrow morning.

Race preparation and rider briefing starts at 6am before the VIP Class for riders over 40 race at 7pm.

At 7.45 the action heats up as the Elite Open and Expert riders start off on the Flying Bikes MTB course.

The other races featuring novice, intermediates, women and child riders will then race before lunch and the awards ceremony at 12:30pm.

The next round will be in Kampong Speu on August 2; Round 4 will be at Phnom Baset on November 1; and the final round will be held at Kirirom National Park on December 13.

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