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Riders head to Prek Leap for mountain bike race

Riders head to Prek Leap for mountain bike race

The third leg of the 2013 Smart Cambodia Mountain Bike Series hits the humps of the Prek Leap track on Sunday.

Registrations can be made until Friday at Flying Bikes 2 shop (No 131, Street 51) with standard fees applying. The track is located roughly six kilometres from the Japanese Friendship Bridge along National Highway 6A.

The start of the eight-race schedule is at 7:30am with a prize-awarding ceremony slated for noon. 

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