TRADITIONALLY, business associates would get to know each other over a round of golf. But road cycling is fast catching up as the preferred way of networking for the modern professional. A growing number of corporate-sponsored charity bike rides and city cycle clubs are providing an ideal opportunity to talk shop with like-minded colleagues and clients while discussing different bike frames and tricky headwinds. Many believe cycling is better than golf for building lasting working relationships, or landing a new job, because it is less competitive.
“When you play golf with somebody you have to decide if you’re going to beat them, or let them beat you,” says Peter Murray, a former architect, journalist and chairman of the NLA centre dedicated to London’s built environment. “If they’re a client and you don’t want to beat them you have to sort of cheat in order to lose. That seems to me not a good way of doing things.”
The Belize Cycling Association had a race today. Congratulations to all the winners!
"The Capital City Cycling Race held on Sunday June 2, 2013 featured 41 riders riding from Belmopan to La Democracia Village to Caves Branch Bridge on the Hummingbird Highway and back to Belmopan for a total of 60 miles.
The race was won by Junior Rider Giovanni Lovell of the BTL Team who escaped from a breakaway group in the Hummingbird Hills. 2nd Jose Choto of Belikin, 3rd Allen Castillo of Bennys Megabytes 4th Angel Tzib of Bennys Megabytes 5th Erwin Middleton of Team C4
First Female was Shalini Zabaneh of Sagitun 2nd Junior was Zahir Figueroa of BECOL Uprising and 3rd Junior was Phillip Mencias of Capital Jewel Cycling Team
A big thank you to the sports supporters and sponsors which included Hon John Saldivar, Grace Kennedy Ltd, A-Z Preschool, Mr. Miley Garcia, El Rancho and Capital Sales Bike Shop."
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