Riders ready for slippery Garuga

KAMPALA. A good footballer can easily adapt to any system or surface, equally a good rider should be able to perform on different surfaces.That is the scenario the riders face at Garuga Race Track during the second round of Mountain Dew MX championship today.

After enduring Busiika’s sandy track, the riders move to the rocky Garuga that will be slippery after the heavy rains that have rocked Uganda in the past four days. However Arthur Blick Jr, a 10-time national champion, has down played the difference in surfaces. “I think it is good progress for motocross if we have two tracks with different surfaces,” the veteran rider told Sunday Monitor.

LOG LEADERS AFTER ROUND IMX50cc: Zeb Byaruhanga 60MX65cc : Fortune Ssentamu 60MX85cc: Alestair Blick 57MX2: Fathu Kiggundu 57MX1: Maxime Van Pee 60

SOURCE: DAILY MONITOR

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