Amateur team participates in Tour de Pologne to promote cancer prevention

Image: facebook.com/wigrak
Image: facebook.com/wigrak

Polish cycling team WigRAK announced it will participate in the 73rd Tour de Pologne race, which is to be held on July 12-18, in order to promote the prevention of testicular cancer.

Seven WigRAK cyclists will compete with rivals on route 73, riding old Wigry bicycles.

The first circuit ends in the capital. Overall, the seven-stage race will cover a total distance of 1,184 kilometres.

Tour de Pologne is the largest cycle race in Poland. Twenty-five teams, comprising 200 cyclists, will take part in this year’s race.

Also, for the first time in history the Tour de Pologne will be followed by the Tour de Pologne Women, a three-stage race across the Tatra Mountains and the Podhale highlands in southern Poland.

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