The dome cycling squad says it is prepared to win the 700 kilometre cycling race, slated for the 23rd of June to the 1st of July.
The teams readiness to win the tournament was evident during the Accra-Nsawam trial circuit practice to round-off the training session, ahead of the race in honour of Mike Adjivon, the doyen of cycling in Ghana.
The platoon of the dome cycling squad was on its second race back to Nsawam in the wee-hours of the morning with a definite intention of improving upon their time trial.
The training session was to smoothen all the rough edges in attack, speed and to get a strangle hold over descent. The dome benefit race is the second one in honour of Mike Adjivon the doyen of modern cycling.
This year's race is a seven-day tournament that will go through most of the tourist sites in the country; with a day-one start from mike Adjivon residence, Laterbiokorshie to finish off at dome filling station.
The dome cycling squad says it is feverishly preparing for and looking forward to the race.
The squad is confident of a successful event