The contest will function arrangements for the Chantal Biya Global Biking Excursion that may happen from October 16 to 20, 2019.

The second one lap of the 2019 version of the Global Biking Excursion of Côte d’Ivoire happened the previous day September 9, 2019 alongside the Didievi-Tiebissou- Didievi over a distance of 81km. The race was once received by means of Côte d’Ivoire’s Sanogo Abou in 2h00’45”. Within the general classification Burkina Faso’s Sorgho Mathias is main with a complete time of 4h21’15”.

Mbah Hervé Raoul from Cameroon is fourth at the classification desk whilst Clovis Kamzong Abossolo is occupying the 9th place. A complete of 26 cyclists out of the 38 at the record have the similar time vary as the primary bike owner. Amongst them are Cameroonian cyclists particularly Clovis Kamzong Abossolo (seventh) Mbah Hervé Raoul (eighth), Tella Arthuce (13th) and Yaou Gadji (24th) with a median pace of 40.880km/ph. Stories from Côte d’Ivoire say Cameroonian cyclists have higher possibilities of profitable the contest. Six cyclists are representing Cameroon within the festival. They’re Clovis Kamzong Abossolo, Tella Arthuce, Hervé Raoul Mbah, Yaounde Gadji, Kuere Nounawe Rodrigue, Priso Lobe Alain Junior all SNH Velo Membership cyclists. The technical personnel in Côte d’Ivoire contains Tega Martinien, Sports activities Director and Weka Jean Pierre (mechanic). The Cameroon delegation is being headed by means of the Deputy Secretary Common of the Cameroon Biking Federation, Njifendjou Ibrahim. Previous to their departure the athletes educated intensively in Yaounde underneath the supervision of the technical division of the Cameroon Biking Federation. The contest that kicked off on September eight will finish on September 14, 2019. Seven African nations are collaborating. Officers of FECACYCLISME say the contest will function arrangements for the Chantal Biya Global Biking Excursion that may happen from October 16 to 20, 2019. The 3rd lap will happen these days September 10, 2019 in a closed circuit in Yamoussoukro (18.4km



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