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3 RACES IN 1 WEEKEND FOR KUSEKHAYA CYCLING

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MBABANE – As Eswatini Cycling Association (ECA) kicks off its season, a very busy weekend for Kusekhaya Cycling Club lies ahead.

The renowned cycling club in the country is expected to participate in three races. One of the races is local, while there will be two in South Africa (SA). The cycling calendar begins with the MTB Challenge that will be staged in Big Bend at Sisekelo High School tomorrow. This race will commence from 6am. Kusekhaya’s Mduduzi Kaudi, however believes that they will manage due to the size of the club. “Tomorrow, we ‘ll be having representation at Sisekelo and Cosmos 3 in one race taking place in Secunda, South Africa. On Sunday, another contingent of our cyclists will be racing at the Emperors Palace Classic in Johannesburg. Due to the size of the club and geographic distribution of members, we are able to participate in multiple cities and countries on the same weekend which increases our sponsors’ reach” said Kaudi.

Kaudi also noted that most of MTB races will see the club being represented mostly by the youngsters. He said the MTB races give them opportunity to exhibit their skills due to their set up and their safety aspect aspect as they take place away from public traffic. “Sisekelo race will see more of our club members’ children take part in the festivities and this race being a school event, we believe that it will plant the cycling seed to more youngsters. We will make sure that we support all the races in the country and in the neighbouring countries. As Kusekhaya Cycling also doubles as a race host in October, we understand that supporting each other is the only way we can maintain our cycling activities,” he stated.

Some confirmed Cyclists for the Coming Weekend
Maqhawe Ndlovu, Mduduzi Kaudi,  Sibusiso Magagula, Sifiso Lukhele,  Simbonge Ndlovu, Thandeka Vilane, Thando Dlamini, Themba Kaudi
Victor Oliveira, Wanele Ndlovu, Zamashenge Ndlovu

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