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Get Ready to Cycle, Hero Cycles India Cyclothon Delhi 2011
The India Cyclothon is back for its second edition in Delhi. In addtion to the mass rides, the Hero Cycles India Cyclothon will feature international teams vying for a prize money of 25,000 Euros. The India Cyclothon movement conducts cycling events across the country in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Chandigarh and Delhi.
The Delhi edition is scheduled for 11th September, 2011 and is an UCI certified event.
Sport18, is a Division of Network18. We have organized India Cyclothons in 6 cities and the Second edition of the Delhi Cyclothon will be on September 11. There will be an International Cycling Race with teams coming from Germany, France , Denmark to participate in the race for the prize money. In addition to this there will be mass participation race.
Sport18, a sports marketing company was started on January 1 2008, is a full fledged sports solutions provider in India with expertise in Rights Management, Sponsorship Sales and Servicing, Sports Broadcasting, International Representation, Consultancy and Research. It is headed by Satish Menon, who is a veteran in the field of sports management with over 20 years of experience. The team comprises of professionals with a combined experience of over 100 years in the sports and entertainment business.
Sport18, a division of Network 18,
New Era House, Mogul Lane,
Matunga(W), Mumbai 400 016
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