Prime Altitude Mountain Motorcycle Problem in November


October 22, Kathmandu.

The first High Altitude Mountain Bike Challenge will be held in the third week of November. The first edition of the High Altitude Mountain Bike Challenge will be organized on September 3 by the State Sports Development Council, Bagmati State and District Cycling Association Rasuwa at a joint press conference on Monday.

While only the elite side of the competition will be organized by women, the men’s side will compete in three categories including elite, junior and master. District Cycling Association Rasuwa has also decided the route of the competition. The bike challenge will start from Martyr’s Gate Kalikasthan of Kalika Gaonpalika, pass through Ghumtibazar, Lamatol, Gumbadanda, Syaubari, Naukunda Gaonpalika, Lokil, Arukhark, Gamu, Sasryung, Kimarjong, Salchet and Jivjiv and end at Kalika Himalaya Camp.

An agreement has also been signed today between the State Sports Development Council and District Cycling Association Rasuwa for organizing the competition. Under which the Provincial Sports Council will provide Rs. 1 million to the district for organizing the competition. The organizers have stated that 150 contestants will participate in the open competition. The entire cost of which will be borne by the State Sports Development Council. The winner from the first to the tenth of the elite side of the competition will get 40 thousand, 20 thousand, 15 thousand, 7 thousand, 6 thousand, 5 thousand, 4 thousand 3 thousand 2 thousand and 1 thousand rupees. There will be participation of both men and women in this category.

Similarly, the first to third place winners of the master’s and junior categories will get Rs 15,000, Rs 10,000 and Rs 7,000 respectively. Member Secretary of the State Sports Development Council, Suryalal Bhandari, informed that the state has brought a separate program for organizing adventure sports and this competition has been included in it.

Meanwhile, President of the Nepal Cycling Association Gopal Sundar Lal Kakshapati said that the competition was organized in coordination with the State Sports Development Council to run the district from the center.






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