Moses Sesay, currently the most improved cyclist in the country, on Sunday won the trial organized by the association to select six (6) cyclists to represent Sierra Leone in tour de Burkina Faso slated for this month.
The race started at the National Stadium, right through to Maisaka and ended at Cline Town in the eastern part of the City with a time of 4hrs; 26min; 34.36sec.
Moses Sesay was among the first batch of cyclists who made a break away about five miles to Maisaka and he was able to maintain the lead until the end of the race.
In second position was Augustine Sesay, another fine cyclist, with a lot of potential. He was able to clock a time of 4hrs; 34min; 09.71sec and in third position was Saidu Mansaray with a time of 4hrs; 34min; 10 sec.
In fourth position was Mohamed Tholley, one of the new comers in the national team who has created a lot of surprises during the past competitions. He finished with a time of 4hrs; 34min; 10.22sec.
Before the start of the competition the President of the Association Winston Crowther stressed that the cyclists must at least run twenty-two and half miles per hour and if they failed to go by that time only four cyclists would be selected.