Saturday, December 17, 2011


Published in The Freeman Newspaper on Dec. 16, 2011 Friday issue
by Caecent No-ot Magsumbol, Staff Writer
Manny Villaruel, Sports Editor

CEBU, Philippines - Organizers of the 10th edition of the Cebu RECYCLE Cycling Series popularly known as the Tour Ni Frank set January 7 and 8 decided to change the route to toughen it.

The reason for the decision is to make it worth the while of those who traveled far just to make it to the event.

The criterium race will still be held at the Mandaue Reclamation Area on January 7.

What has been changed is the second stage on January 8, which was originally announced to be race to the southern part of Cebu.

Organizers said that they would instead start in Toledo City going north to the town of Balamban then east to Cebu City via the Transcentral Highway.

Frank Gatdula, the man behind the event, bared the change to The F .

Registration fee for the event is only P200 and this is only for category B and C cyclists.

Trophies, medals and cash prizes await the top performers of the event.

Riders, who will not make it to the podium, however, still have a chance to bring home something with lots of items to be raffled off courtesy of the sponsors like Atty. Jong Sepulveda, Vellum Cycles, Raldy Vios Construction, OZ Racing, Pocari Sweat, Nagashima, Kia Motors, Habagat, Zyke Shirts, BBC Print, ReCycle, and LUZVIMIN (USA) Racing. – (FREEMAN)

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