to Jamaica By Bike

On October 18, 2014 Jamaica By Bike, along with Toyota Jamaica Ltd, as Presenting Sponsor, and Associate Sponsors, The Wisynco Group, The Jamaica Observer, KFC, Jamaica Producers Group and Margaritaville, hosted the 2014 Kingston to Negril Challenge. Starting from Toyota Jamaica in Kingston, two groups (A & B) completed the 158 mile journey to Negril, on a route that took them northward to Ocho Rios, then westward to Negril.

Each year presents it's own unique challenge and for 2014 we had two... The Chikungunya Virus and a rain storm for the last 17 miles of the ride into Negril.

The goal of the 2014 event is to contribute towards much needed medical equipment for the University Hospital of the West Indies Intensive Care Units.

You can do your part by making your donation to University Hospital of the West Indies ICU Units below.

We wish to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to those that sponsor, support and participate in the successful staging of this ride, and more importantly, those that provide us with their invaluable feedback, criticism and critique.

The cycle continues on October 17th, 2015... See you there...

Saturday October 17th, 2015... 158 miles...

Toyota Jamaica Ltd.
10/17/2015 4:30 am


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