LBC bared that seven international cycling teams are putting seven local bike clubs to the test in the International Edition of the 2014 LBC-Ronda Pilipinas.
The international contingent consists of teams from Japan, The Netherlands, Taiwan, Malaysia and South Korea, with two other teams sporting a multinational roster.
LBC Sports Development Chairman Moe Chulani admitted that the challenge of taking this event to an international level lies not only on the shoulders of our local athletes, but also on LBC itself.
LBC-Ronda Pilipinas is the brainchild of LBC President Dino Araneta.
The 2014 LBC-Ronda Pilipinas, which started on February 1, is seeing teams vying for the win in the 14-day 1,700-kilometer race across Luzon.