Dates confirmed for Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge

The emirate’s huge cycling event is back for its tenth year this winter

Dates confirmed for Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge

As the summer comes around, outdoor exercise gets shoved earlier and earlier into the morning hours.

For cyclists, sunrise sessions aren’t anything out of the ordinary, and the city’s fans will be pleased to hear that the Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge is back for its tenth cycling challenge this year.

The 100km cycling event takes place at the Al Qudra track on Friday November 29, and there are going to be three build-up preparation rides to get athletes into shape and raring to go in the weeks and months ahead.

The season officially kicks off on Friday September 20, with the first of the three build-up events. The 45km ride will set you back Dhs70 to enter, and will also feature a cycle village afterwards with breakfast from Spinneys and loads of other activities going on for participants and their families.

The next build-up ride takes place on Friday October 11, a 65km race, and the final build-up event takes place on Friday November 1, this time an 85km ride. All rides take place at Al Qudra and cost Dhs70 each.

As the Spinneys 92 season concludes with the big race on Friday November 29, you’ll head to the Dubai Autodrome to begin the 100km ride, and it’ll cost Dhs325 to get involved.

But if you prefer to cycle indoors, check out this great deal at one of the city’s best studios. Alternatively, a brand-new half-marathon has been announced for the winter, too.

To sign up, head to www.cyclechallenge.ae or www.hopasports.com.
Dhs325. Fri Nov 29. Dubai Autodrome, www.cyclechallenge.ae.

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