In the world of bike racing, there is one continent that’s yet to have its turn in the spotlight. A growing community of African cyclists is ready to show their strength on an international level. If you ask any of them what is holding them back, their answer is loud and clear: it’s the lack of opportunities to race against the best.
The inaugural AMANI Migration Gravel Race, held in Kenya in June 2021, has been a game changer for some of the top cyclists in East Africa. But this is only the beginning.
It’s time to change the face of cycling.
MBOGI AMANI (AMANI crew) shares the growing hopes, dreams and rising opportunities of the Amani racing team and the many other talented cyclists in East Africa who are ready to be included in the global cycling scene, with gravel being a new gateway that might just open some doors.