A team of six young talented cyclists have already left for Belgium where they will undergo rigorous professional training under the watchful instructors.
Jordan Mathes, Head Coach – Fly Cycling Club said on Tuesday that this trip aims to expose the cyclists to new racing conditions and giving them early experience to make the transition to professional racing better.
According to Skol Brewery, the organisers of this training trip, the cyclists will be there for one month engaging in 11 races with six of Rwanda’s top riders aged below 18years.
Rwandan cyclists will have a chance to race against the top junior teams from all over the world.
The cyclists left aboard Rwanda’s National carrier RwandAir.