Nevis all set to host 3rd annual edition of 2 Mile Bike Relay, know deets

Nevis Moves is all set to host the third annual edition of the “2 Mile Bike Relay” on Sunday, January 29, 2023.

Nevis all set to host 3rd annual edition of 2 Mile Bike Relay, know deets
Nevis all set to host 3rd annual edition of 2 Mile Bike Relay, know deets

St Kitts and Nevis: Nevis Moves is all set to host the third annual edition of the “2 Mile Bike Relay” on Sunday, January 29, 2023. The event will be held in association with Ricaldo Caines Bike Trophy Challenges and become the first event for 2023.

The tournament will be held at TDC CAR Park and the Ministry of Tourism of Nevis invited the bikers of the country to participate and show their skills in driving.

The Ministry of Tourism of Nevis took to Facebook and shared the update on the event and stated,” St Kitts and Nevis Moves Nevis Chapter Committee will be hosting its first event for 2023, our third annual edition of the 2-mile bike relay. Slated for Sunday 29 January 2023 start time is 7.00 am sharp.”

The event will be sponsored by the Nevis Island Administration, Nevis Spring Water and Bike Nevis. The Ministry of Tourism of island country also stated that the event will be the perfect platform for the bikers to show their skills and get the chance to make their presence in the audience.

They are asking the general public to be aware that the TDC Carpark Charlestown will be used as the Hub venue for the 2 Mile Bike relay, Ricaldo Caines Challenge Trophy. They are asking persons to refrain from using the parking area from Saturday 28th January 7.00 pm to Sunday 29th January 11 am to accommodate the cyclists.

People are also asked to note that the junction at the top of Hunkins drive will be closed as will the bottom end of Craddock Road, chapel street junction adjacent to old RBTT bank and the road coming into Charlestown by the Simeon Daniel Buste.

The bikers can call 869-469-8010 to register for the event the Ministry of Tourism added,” We do hope you will assist during this temporary closure. For further information please contact Shelagh James on 469 5521 ext. 6393.”