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Award winning PRURide PH 2020 kicks off in March

This year, the award-winning cycling event, PRURide PH 2020, is set to kick off in Clark, Pampanga, expecting more than 2,500 cyclists from all over the country and across Asia.

Pru Life UK’s highly successful cycling event of the year, PRURide PH 2020 is set to launch on March 11 to 15 in Clark, Pampanga. More than 2,500 cyclists are expected to join, including 18 local and international professional teams, who will race in UCI 2.2 Stage Races accredited by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

Meanwhile, amateur cyclists and hobbyists are expected to pedal for the other events, including the Criterium races, Gran Fondo, Virtual Ride, Fun Cycle, and Striders Cup for kids.



Adding up another merit to its line-up of recognitions, last year’s edition of PRURide PH clinched the Bronze award in the “Best Sponsorship of Sport, Team, Athlete, Venue or Event” in the Philippines category at the recently concluded 5th Sports Industry Awards (SPIA) Asia. This recognition aims to honor and celebrate significant contributions in the development of sports in the region.

To register for and know more about this year’s edition, visit https://www.pruride.ph/register. Early-bird discounts and limited edition freebies are offered to participants who will register on or before January 15, 2020.

All registered participants will receive a PRURide PH 2020 kit, while all finishers will be given a finisher medal. Over PHP 2 million worth of cash prizes will be given away.

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