Abu Dhabi Cycling Club signed a memorandum of understanding with Al Forsan International Sports Resort, to support plans for the development and promotion of cycling and to enhance the successes of its spread in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in line with the great renaissance witnessed in community races and international sporting events.
The agreement was signed by Al Nakhira Al Khaili, Executive Director of Abu Dhabi Cycling Club, and Sultan Al Kaabi, Executive Director of Al Forsan International Sports Resort.
The club said in a statement yesterday: “The memorandum of understanding aims to support joint plans to build and form school teams, participate in festivals and community bike races, in addition to providing exclusive discounts to members and players of the Abu Dhabi Cycling Club for the use of sports halls in Al Forsan Resort, in addition to promoting joint activities through digital platforms and various channels between the two parties.
For his part, the Executive Director of the Abu Dhabi Cycling Club Al Nakhira Al Khaili said: “We are pleased with the cooperation and partnership with Al Forsan International Sports Resort, with the aim of expanding the range of our partners for more development opportunities for cycling in Abu Dhabi and sports in general, and to preserve the achievements and gains made in the past period.” He added, “Through this partnership, we seek to benefit from the distinctive facilities that characterize the Al Forsan Resort, and we also seek to achieve its objectives and provide the opportunity for its teams to participate in the club’s activities and use Abu Dhabi’s sports facilities for cycling.”
In turn, the Executive Director of Al Forsan International Sports Resort Sultan Al Kaabi stressed the importance of the memorandum of understanding and cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Cycling Club, to activate joint programs and activities between the two parties, especially in light of the great successes witnessed by cycling in Abu Dhabi.
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