VOV.VN - The fifth version of a cycling tournament run by Vietnam Television (VTV), the Ton Hoa Sen Cup 2020, will kick off on Vietnamese National Day which falls on September 2, with the participation of 80 cyclists nationwide.
The International Women’s Cycling Tournament, the An Giang Television Cup, will be held from July 13-18.
VOV.VN - Miss Vietnam 2010 Ngoc Han and singer Ung Hoang Phuc gathered in Quang Ngai City on April 10 to cheer on the cyclists as they raced the twelfth stage of the Ho Chi Minh City Television Cycling Tournament 2018.
Vietnam’s northern mountainous province of Lao Cai will team up with China’s southwestern province of Yunnan in organising an international cycling race in July, heard a meeting held by the People’s Committee of Lao Cai on June 3.
It has been increasingly difficult for people in Ho Chi Minh City to find parking space for their bicycles as many parking lots have been turning their back on cyclists.
Five cyclists of the Vietnamese Dong Thap team will take part in the Tour de Makassar in Indonesia on November 11-13.
About 50 cyclists from United Kingdom organisations in Vietnam, and teams from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand and Vietnam will join the “Cycle a Difference’ ride from Quang Nam to Danang on September 1-3.
The Binh Duong International Women's Cycling Tournament – Biwase Cup 2016 – kicked off in the southern province of Binh Duong on March 8.
The Binh Duong International Women’s Cycling Tournament – Biwase Cup 2016 will be held from March 8 to 16 with the participation of eight local and six international teams.
The Binh Duong International Women's Cycling Tournament – Biwase Cup 2016 – is scheduled to kick off in the southern province of Binh Duong on March 8.
Nearly 500 bicyclists from 40 teams nationwide will participate in the Hanoi Open Bicycle 2015 race, as heard at a conference to introduce the event on August 18 by the Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Vietnamese cyclists will leave for Singapore next Monday with the aim of winning two gold medals at the 28th Southeast Asian Games.
More than 100 cyclists from 40 teams, including 32 foreign teams, will compete in the first Vietnam Victory Challenge mountain bike stage race to be held in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
Vietnamese cyclists will compete in the fifth Tour de Singkarak starting on June 2 in West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Eleven teams, including one from Malaysia, will compete in the Binh Duong International Women’s Open Cycling Tournament, starting on March 8.
Vietnamese athletes are participating in the Asian Cycling Championships which began in Malaysia on February 8.
The national women’s cycling team will compete in the Shanghai International Cycling Tour from April 17-21.