Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – The cycling community is buzzing with excitement as all is set for the Lungi Kaffu Bullom 4th edition of the cycling event taking place today, Sunday, December 31, 2023. With over 50 cyclists prepared to compete, all roads lead to Lungi for what promises to be a thrilling day of cycling action.
This year’s event is anticipated to draw more participants, eager to showcase their talent in the final cycling competition for 2023. The organizers are gearing up for an exciting race, setting the stage for the first cycling event of 2024 – a picnic race scheduled for January 14, 2024, from Waterloo to Kent.
As a crucial build-up to the upcoming race, the Lungi event holds significance, with many cyclists eyeing the coveted title of champion in the first event of the new year. In today’s competition, junior and female cyclists will complete three laps from the airport gate to Tagrin and back, while elite cyclists will cover four laps. The race is expected to be filled with excitement, capturing the enthusiasm of the people of Lungi who have a deep love for cycling events in their region.
Cyclists participating in today’s event are eager to spring surprises, and the sponsors for the day include the CEO of Pro Ratio Cycling Club, K Bees Night Club Lungi, Paramount Chief, Ferry Management, and the CEO of Lunsar Cycling Team. Their support underscores the commitment to the growth and promotion of cycling in the Lungi Kaffu Bullom region.
As the cyclists gear up for this thrilling competition, spectators and cycling enthusiasts are in for a treat, expecting an adrenaline-packed event that will mark the culmination of a successful year for cycling in the region. BT/31/12/2021