6th bicycle climbing race kicks off in Quzhou
The sixth bicycle climbing race kicks off in Shiliang town, Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province on April 2. [Photo/qz123.com]
The sixth bicycle climbing race was held in Shiliang town, Quzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, on April 2.
Nearly 500 cycling enthusiasts participated in the competition.
The event was part of a series of activities for National Fitness Day in 2022 and was the first bicycle race held in Quzhou since the end of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The race tracks included a 22-kilometer competitive cycling route from Mapeng village to Shimen Mountain in Shiliang town and an 11-kilometer experience route from Mapeng village to Laoxue agritainment in Dajuyuan village.
After fierce competition, Shi Wentong won the championship and Hu Tiantian was the runner-up in the Men's Road Elite Group.
Wu Chunyuan, Chen Weiying, and Li Bo won the top three places in the men's mountain mass group.
Feng Jianjun, Wang Guolong, and Wang Jiadong won the top three places in the men's mountain master group.
Chen Yitao, Wu Pinhan, and Shi Wende were the top three in the youth group.
Xie Cuifeng, Liu Li, Chen Zhenwei won the top three spots in the women's group.