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Cyclists race to Tobago International Cycling Classic

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Over 300 cyclists from around the world are preparing to travel to the Caribbean island of Tobago for the annual Tobago International Cycling Classic, which takes place from

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Over 300 cyclists from around the world are preparing to travel to the Caribbean island of Tobago for the annual Tobago International Cycling Classic, which takes place from September 29 – October 4, 2015.

The action-packed cycling event includes six days of international cycling – three days of mountain bike races, two days of fun races for children, and the culminating flagship race, the world-ranked UCI Tour of Tobago on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Tour of Tobago will take cyclists on a tough but scenic 74.5 mile course along Tobago’s Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean coastlines. Fans are invited to attend and support their favorite cyclists. The event will be broadcast internationally on ESPN and other international media.

Also on the calendar of cycling activities is the Republic Day Cycling Classic, which will be held in Trinidad at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday September 24, 2015. This circuit-cycling race originates at Nelson Mandela Park (formerly King George V Park), in Trinidad’s capital of Port of Spain.