Nongprue officials and Racerg.net are joining forces again to raise money for orphans with the 4th annual Ban Jing Jai bicycle race Nov. 22.
Sub-district Mayor Mai Chaiyanit joined Ban Jing Jai Foundation Director Piangta Chumnoi and Panuwat Sriboon-ngam from Racerg.net to announce the event Nov. 7.
The event aims to promote cycling as a way to exercise, reduce pollution from automobile and save energy. Its objective is also to raise money for daily expenses and education of children at Ban Jing Jai.
Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit (center) joins Piangta Chumnoi, director of Ban Jing Jai Foundation, and Panuwat Sriboon-ngam from Racerg.net, to announce the 4th Ban Jing Jai charity bicycle ride will take place November 22.
The race will be divided into two groups. The public will cycle for 40 kilometers while a “VIP” group will go for just 15 kilometers.
The ride begins at 8 a.m. and the entry fees of 300 baht for the general public and 1,000 baht for VIPs include a shirt and breakfast from 6-8 a.m. Applicants may apply at the Nongprue Municipality office (Welfare Department).
Riders will begin the ride at the Mabprachan Reservoir, circumnavigate the reservoir, and end at the Nongprue Municipality office.