Workforce AMANI riders proceed therapeutic course of at Unbound Gravel


The “lengthy, difficult story” for Workforce AMANI continued with a brand new chapter at Unbound Gravel this week. The African squad made its manner again to the US this spring with 4 riders experiencing the fabled lore of the Flint HIlls of Kansas, together with 33-year-old Kenyan Geoffrey Langat who completed the XL 350 route in fourth place general. 

Final yr Workforce AMANI, a non-profit organisation that promotes inclusivity in biking and creates racing alternatives for riders based mostly in Africa, competed in a trio of US gravel occasions – SBT GRVL, Gravel Worlds and Vermont Overland. It was on the third occasion the place tragedy struck when Kenyan workforce chief Sule Kangangi crashed through the Vermont race and died. Cyclingnews requested in regards to the therapeutic course of for the workforce on their return journey for US racing.