UK school teacher to compete at Himalaya Mountain Biking 2013

MTB Himalaya 2013 has focused on one  vision to bring India on the world map for cycling, says Ashish Sood, one of the organizers of the adventure sport event as he announced the arrival of Zoe Beesley, a school teacher in UK and an avid traveler and cyclist for the competition.

zoe There is no bigger inspiration and motivation than to see top talent from across the world in India competing at MTB, he added

Describing her ability and skill ,Sood said that Zoe started cycling on a road bike while attending university but soon she felt the need to go beyond the tarmac.

To better acclimatize to the single track conditions of mountain biking, Zoe shifted to fatter MTB tires and has never looked back since. Zoe has had the taste of a podium finish at Cross-Country and Endurance categories on many occasions including the Trans Nepal and Scottish races. Shifting continents, Zoe is planning to move to New Zealand by the end of this year.

About MTB Himalaya her answer was ” why would you NOT want to race at the MTB Himalaya???!!!There is nothing like waking up with the Himalayas on your doorstep and getting to explore them on two wheels. Dusty trails, lung busting climbs, epic descents, panoramic mountain views, like minded people and lots of curry!!!”

 she also plans to share her knowledge and experience about mountain biking and environment conservation with young kids of local schools during her month long stay in the state.

MTB Himalaya 2013 is being organized from 27 Sept to 3 rd Oct 2013 from Shimla , in a 500kms track with 3120 meter maximum elevation.

Organiser claim that It is an adventure of advanced route, better cycling conditions, and revamped structured management, for an altogether distinct and improved cycling has to ride through uncharted interiors, hike through deep forests, soak in the sun and experience nature all around. ,with  uphills, dangerous downhills, village back roads, beautiful meadows

Arvind Sharma is an award winning bi-lingual journalist with more than 20 years of experience. He has worked with Divya Himachal, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhasker, Vir Partap, Ajit and PTI. In 2010, he was conferred the Himachal Kesri journalism award. He reports on the Tibetan Government in Exile, politics, sports, tourism and other topics. He lives in Dharamshala.

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