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New race just for competitive riders in OCBC Cycle event

HIGH-OCTANE RACING: Sport Singapore CEO Lim Teck Yin (third from left), Samuel Tsien (centre) and The Straits Times managing editor Ignatius Low (third from right) at the launch of OCBC Cycle 2015 yesterday. 


The OCBC Cycle Singapore 2015 from Aug 29 to 30 will feature a new event of high-octane racing.

While the 59km Super Challenge event for both competitive and non-competitive riders has been scrapped, the OCBC Cycle Speedway Championships has been introduced purely for serious racers.

The new race combines the OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship and the OCBC Cycle Speedway SEA (South-east Asia) Championship, and the format will pit four-member teams going against each other.

Each contest will see cyclists ride a total of 10 laps in pairs around a fast 1km course.

The race will be held on the first day on Aug 29 at the Sports Hub, and will feature the best riders from both the region and local cycling clubs.

Read the full report in our print edition on March 10. 

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