11th JK Bank Tour-de-Kashmir on Wednesday
Srinagar, Oct 29: The 11th J&K Bank Tour-de-Kashmir Cycle Race, organised by J&K Sports Development Association, would be held from Srinagar to Gulmarg on Wednesday.
The event that will see around 30 top riders of State competing for the top prize would be flagged off by JK Bank CEO and Chairman, Mushtaq Ahmad from Corporate Office J&K Bank at 8:30 AM.
It is for the first time that Tour-de-Kashmir race would be held from Srinagar to Gulmarg while on previous occasion it was held from Srinagar to Pahalgam. The main motive behind change of route is to add new routes to the race to make it multi-stage event in future. The prize distribution would be held at Pine Palace Resort Gulmarg.
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