Enrique De Comarmond

RACING ON SUNDAY: Team Mecalfab’s national junior cyclist,

Enrique De Comarmond.

The cycling fraternity is about to move into high gear with a series of races starting tomorrow from 7 a.m. in Chaguaramas.

The last time circuit road racing was hosted in Chaguaramas was back in 1990, making this event one long in coming. The 5km racecourse will start and finish at the Bellerand Road Park. In between, it will head south to the Tucker Valley Road where the riders will take a sharp left turn heading to Macqueripe, then left on to the new golf course road before turning back on to Bellerand Road once again.

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