GCF National Cycling Championships get underway on June 16

The Guyana Cycling Federation’s (GCF’s) National Championships are scheduled to take place in June, and three separate dates are reserved for the events: June 16, 23, and 30. Time trials on the Heroes Highway circuit kick off the peloton’s June 16th activity.
There are several divisions involved in those activities: Masters, Juniors, Women, and Juveniles will race a single lap (14.5 km/9 miles), while the Elite competitors would be facing a challenging double-lap (29km/18 miles).

Briton John

On June 23, the Masters and Juniors Road Race will take place. Starting at the Soesdyke junction, riders will proceed along the Soesdyke-Linden Highway to Silver Hill, before returning for the finish line. This will be a strenuous 100km (62 mile) ride.
On June 23, the starting line for the road race for women and juveniles will be the same, albeit with a somewhat abbreviated course. They will race 32 miles (51.5 km) in total, with a turnaround at the highway toll booth.
The renowned Elite Cycling Championships will take place on June 30th to wrap up these national cycling activities.
Cyclists will have to complete a 157km (98 miles) course in this demanding race. Starting at the KD&J Supermarket in Linden, the course winds through the town and out onto the Soesdyke-Linden Highway, before coming back for a conclusion. It is a five-lap circuit.
We Stand United rider Briton John won the national championship last year.