Mayho targeting fifth win in season finale
Dominique Mayho will be aiming to clinch a fifth win in Bermuda Bicycle Association road race season finale tomorrow.
The islandís best riders will be lining up in the quest for glory in the longest race of the year, with top honours going to the first rider over the finish line, whether male, female or junior.
Starting from Lindoís in Warwick at 7.30am, riders will wind their through Hamilton to North Shore Road where racing proper begins at Black Watch Pass.
The route continues to St George, St Davids and then back along South Road to Barnes Corner where it then heads to Dockyard.
A 180 degrees turn in front of the Clocktower takes the race back to Middle Road and then on to Burnt House Hill with the dramatic conclusion on Harbour Road.
Mayhoís winning run was only interrupted in 2017, when Matthew Oliveria took top honours.
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