ISLAMABAD: June 28 – The dedicated track, built in a mini-park of the sector F-8 to promote cycling culture in the federal capital, is ready to welcome the riders from Monday. The 900-meter long track, costing around Rs 0.9 million, is expected to attract a significant number of bikers, especially kids and new learners, the local authorities hoped on Sunday while sharing news of its opening for general public. “The initiative a joint venture of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration and Metropolitan Corporation of Islamabad (MCI), is aimed at ensuring a positive activity for locals in a healthy green environment ,” said ICT Admin Director General Sayeda Shafaq in an exclusive chat with APP (Match the picture with the story already been released). APP

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ISLAMABAD: June 28 - The dedicated track, built in a mini-park of the sector F-8 to promote cycling culture in the federal capital, is ready to welcome the riders from Monday. The 900-meter long track, costing around Rs 0.9 million, is expected to attract a significant number of bikers, especially kids and new learners, the local authorities hoped on Sunday while sharing news of its opening for general public. “The initiative a joint venture of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration and Metropolitan Corporation of Islamabad (MCI), is aimed at ensuring a positive activity for locals in a healthy green environment ,” said ICT Admin Director General Sayeda Shafaq in an exclusive chat with APP (Match the picture with the story already been released). APP
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