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He’s the wheel thing

He’s the wheel thing

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Photo by: Sreng Meng Srun

Comin Khmere Vice Chairman Pierre-Yves Catry performs a wheelie across the forecourt of the Total petrol station near Olmypic Stadium yesterday. The sixth edition of the Total Motorcross International Championship will shift into top gear on Sunday, March 27, at the Preak Leap racetrack on National Road 6A on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. As many as 50 local and international riders will pit their skills of speed and acrobatics across four different categories. 

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