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10 Dec 2018
All is now set for Cycling FCT 2019 that will further create cycling infrastructure platforms, entrench cycling as a culture, a way of life that will...
8 Dec 2018
All is now set for Cycling FCT 2019. The event, which will be held in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Transport and the Abuja Federal Capital Territory Authority, is the second leg of Cycling LifeScope ltd agenda to create cycling infrastructure platforms, entrench cycling as a culture, a way of life that would change…
14 Aug 2018
The Cycling Lagos at the weekend staged a mini tour where journalists were shown the route for the international cycling competition scheduled to hold on August 25. The tour, which took off from the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, went through Falomo Bridge, Awolowo Road, Tafawa Balewa Square...
8 Aug 2018
Lizade Auto Land’s Brand, Jac Motors, Cool FM, Wazobia FM and Nigeria Info, have joined the sponsors of this year’s Cycling Lagos slated for August 25.Leading beverages firm, Seven-Up Bottling Company has also confirmed an arrangement to refresh all participants with its H2Oh brand during the event.

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