The Underdogs of Tour de Faso

Benin's team arrives in the Miracle of God for the big show after traveling over a thousand kilometers with little rest
Benin's team arrives in the Miracle of God for the big show after traveling over a thousand kilometers with little rest
Christoph Herby of Quiet Griot shares a new post on CyclingNews.com’s “Cycling in Benin” blog about Benin’s National Team and the Tour de Faso.

Herby begins: “It was a long, bumpy road to Ouagadougou, Africa’s best-named capital and ground zero for the Tour de Faso. We loaded into the rickety minivan that’s transported the Benin team to races for over a decade. Owned by a former cyclist, the ‘Miracle de Dieu’ has transported the Benin team to races for over a decade and has become a fixture on the West African racing scene.” Read the full story here.

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