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Colin Mayer Tour
21 June 2019
The Colin Mayer Tour is back at Uniciti

After a successful edition of the Colin Mayer Tour in 2018 at SPARC, the state-of-the-art sports centre of Uniciti, the most popular race in Mauritius hosting riders from across the globe is back this year. 


The Fundsmith Colin Mayer Tour, a 3-stage competition of a total of 180 km will be held on the 11th, 12th and 13th October 2019. This edition is expecting to welcome around 450 riders including 150 kids who share the same passion for sport.


The participants will have the opportunity to ride through scenic coastal tracks, dense woodlands and game farms in the diversified unique settings of the Medine Group’s lands on the West coast.


Converted into the race village, SPARC will once again be the start and finish point of all stages. At the race village, the riders will be provided with a fully equipped restaurant with daily rider meals, bike wash, mechanics and bike shops, massages and physiotherapy. Medical support with doctors and first aid will also be available. 


A press conference was held on 20th June to the event dates, the partners, the race village and the different stages of the race.


For more information about the Fundsmith Colin Mayer Tour 2019, visit their Facebook page here.

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