The Cameroon Cycling Federation has embarked on a face-saving mission abroad after the Cameroon Cycling Tour was cancelled last month at the eleventh hour.
To avoid sanctions from the Union Cycliste Internationale, UCI, authorities of the Cycling Federation met with the sport’s governing body at the weekend to explain circumstances leading to the cancellation of the tour.
The President of the Cycling Federation Honoré Yossi since Monday morning has been meeting with the various teams who were invited for the tour to re-negotiate terms for a possible participation at the tour if it is re-programmed.
The Cameroon Cycling tour was cancelled on March 9, on the eve of the start of the kick-off when cyclists from Rwanda were already in the country as well as the tour’s commissioner.
The main reason advanced for the cancellation of the tour was financial though reports claim the competition could now ber e-scheduled next month.