Dec 03, 2022

'Godawari Cyclothon 2022' to be held on 26th October

'Godawari Cyclothon 2022' to be held on 26th October

KATHMANDU, Oct 24: Godawari Chamber of Commerce and Industry is going to organize Godawari Cyclothon 2022.

Cyclothon will be attended by 300 nationally and internationally renowned national and international cyclists as well as Nepali Army and Armed Police along with cyclists participating in the 9th National Games in Pokhara.

The cycle tour will start from Bajbarahi, the administrative building of Godawari municipality and will circle all the 14 wards of the municipality. The cycling distance will be 50 km.

The cycle tour starts at 7:30 am from Godawari Municipality premises and goes to Thecho, Chapagaon, Charghare, Itaiti, Champi, Tokalmath, Dukuchhap, Danuwar Basti, Nepal Art Village, Burunchuli, Devichaur, Tika Bhairav, Lele, Badikhel, Toukhel, Godavari, Vishangkhunarayan, Godamnachaur, Muktinath Mandir. , Damaitar, Thaiva, Badegaon, Jharuvarasi and will come back to the Godavari Municipality premises and end.

Breakfast and lunch are provided for the participants. Accident insurance for the participants will also be given along with certificates and t-shirts. Arrangements have been made for the Nepali Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Team to play security, emergency health services, and other supporting roles. Arrangements have been made for the team of Nepal Red Worms to stay together as well as the team of other emergency health workers, volunteers and guides. The cyclists will be warmly welcomed by all the ward offices along the path and the local residents will show their originality.

The Cyclothon will be inaugurated by the head of the city, the deputy head of the city and the chairman of the association will give tika, omen and hoist the flag. In the closing ceremony, Federation of Nepal Industry and Commerce, Hotel Association, Travel and Tourism Association, Pacific Asia Travel Association, Nepal Travels and Tours Operators Association, Trekking There will be presence of prominent hoteliers and other prominent people of the society including the presidents of agents association and various industry and commerce associations.