S.A's Nick De Wit To Grace Uganda Motocross Championship


symptoms geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>This race will see all of Uganda’s best riders battling with their Kenyan counterparts (who beat them last month) for the East African championship crown.

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prescription geneva;”>Tanzania will also fight off this tough competition. Riders to watch out for include; Maxim Van Pee, information pills Arthur Blick Junior, Asaf Natan, Barak Orland, Unissan Bakunda and Yannick Duyck in MX1 for Uganda who missed out the 1st round IN Kenya Last month.

MX2 Uganda’s Talha Kiggundu, Ahmed Tamale and Fatuh Kigundu will battle with Kenya’s Talented Apolo Mbuki, Ivan Guya and Sameer Sherman.

MX85 Uganda’s Alestair Blick, Ali Omar and Ham Kamstra will challenge Kenya’s Elias Sherman and Rolf Kihara.

MX65 Uganda’s Fortune SSentamu, Wazir Omar and Paddy Blick will challenge Kenya’s best in the same category where they won against Kenyans In 1st round.

MX50 Uganda’s Waleed Omar, Ben Nsumba and Aslan Farouqui will battle Kenya’s best MX50 riders.

Meanwhile Arthur Blick Jr is confident much as team Uganda is down by 892 points with two races remaining to crown the 2013 champion.

“I am sure this coming rally is a done deal we are going to win. Top riders missed 1st round but in their presence we are going turn the tables in Busiika,” said Blick.

South African freestyle rider Nick de Wit is expected in the country next week for proper re-designing of the Busiika track after negotiations with track owners Uganda Motocross Arena .

Uganda is the defending champion of the Central motocross championship but to keep the pace on they have to win this race.


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