Source Pravda.Ru

Bikers' triathlon in Belgorod region

A two-day meeting of bikers from Chernozemje (Central Russia) is drawing to a close in Stary Oskol /the Belgorod region/ on Wednesday. The city of steel-makers and miners has hosted fifty dashing owners of the coolest bikes from various clubs with vivid names - "Cyclone" from Belgorod, "Night Angels" from Oryol, "Black Track" from Kursk, "Empire B" and "High Way M4" from Voronezh and the local "Black Crow". The objective of the meeting is to invite as many young people as possible to the movement, that develops courage and dexterity, not cynicism and cruelty. 200 bikers from Chernozemje "are bringing the idea to masses", said the organizers. Bikers' "triathlon" which is being held in front of a great number of young people includes eating at full speed sausages with ketchup that must be torn off a horizontal bar, motorbowling with knocking down plastic bottles and motorsprint - a short-time lap competition.

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