The Federations of Triathlon and Cycling of the Valencian Community sign an agreement to promote the cross duathlon and the mountain bike

The Triathlon and Cycling Federations of the Valencian Community have signed a historic agreement to promote their different modalities /noticias.info/ The federated in triathlon of the Valencian Community will be able to participate in a series of tests of the mountain bike circuit (BTT) of the Cycling Federation of the CV. Likewise, federated cyclists will also have carte blanche to be in various duathlon cross competitions.

The Triathlon and Cycling Federations of the Valencian Community have signed an agreement by which triathletes will be able to participate in some of the BTT races and cyclists in the duathlon cross races.

Rafael Redondo, president of the Triathlon Federation, and Amadeo Olmos, head of the Cycling Federation, closed yesterday the agreement that will promote both cross duathlon and mountain biking. The CV Triathlon Federation intends to give a definitive boost to the cross duathlon and is directing its efforts to achieve it. If a week ago the Cross Extremme Duathlon circuit was presented in which the Aspe, Santa Pola, Banyeres de Mariola, Elda and Moixent events were grouped, now is the time that cyclists can also participate in tests.

In addition to the Cross Extremme Duathlon Circuit, federated cyclists will also be able to benefit from the agreement at the Riba-Roja Autonomous Region and Bocairent.

On the other hand, the federated in triathlon will be able to be in the cyclotourist marches of Losa de Obispo, Monovar, Picassent, Alpuente, Salsadella, Pina de Montalgrao, Sagunto, Tuéjar, Onda, Sax, Villena, La Campaneta, Chelva, Vall d'Uixó , Tibi, Villafamés and La Nucía.

Redondo was very happy about the agreement: “It is a historical fact in the promotion of our respective sports. Although the validity is relatively short because it affects only 2011, we hope to renew this agreement during the season.

Source: .noticias.info

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