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Cyclists ready for three-stage test

Four of the island's top cyclists will be looking for strong performances at the San Dimas Stage Race in the San Gabriel Mountains in California.

Dominique Mayho, Kaden Hopkins, Nicholas Narraway and Caitlin Conyers will start the three-stage event today with a Time-Trial up Glendora Mountain Road before a road race tomorrow and a criterium on Sunday.

All four riders are competing in different categories, with Mayho in men's category two, Hopkins in the pro one race, Narraway in the junior 17 to 18 race and Conyers in the pro one and two women's race. For Conyers, the race will serve as preparation for the Pan American Games, to be held in Lima, Peru, from July 26 to August 11.

California dreaming: from left, Caitlin Conyers, Dominique Mayho, Nicholas Narraway and Kaden Hopkins are competing in the San Dimas Stage Race in the San Gabriel Mountains

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Published March 29, 2019 at 9:00 am (Updated March 28, 2019 at 11:44 pm)

Cyclists ready for three-stage test

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