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Posted On: 5 February 2015 05:14 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 01:52 pm

Aspire Zone unveils "Family Cycling" activity during NSD among more than other 30 festivities

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Under the patronage of His Excellency Mr. Salah Bin Ghanim Al-Ali, Minister of Youth and Sports, and the participation of Mr. Khalid Abdullah Al-Sulaiteen, AZF CEO, AZF is launching on NSD next Tuesday its new cycling scheme “Family Cycling” that can accommodate four or six members together with 4 and 6 seats new bikes. This is added to the activities bouquet offered by the Aspire Zone to the various segments of society on the NSD this year to encourage them to practicing physical activity in a distinctive recreational atmosphere.

Speaking about the details of this event, Mr. Nasser Abdullah Al-Hajri, a member of the NSD organizing committee in Aspire Zone, said: "I would like to thank His Excellency Mr. Salah Bin Ghanim Al-Ali, Minister of Youth and Sports, for his patronage and participation in this event at the inauguration on next Tuesday Insha’Allah." Al-Hajri added: "We are pleased in Aspire Zone to offer a variety of activities during the NSD, and provide the community a renewed opportunity to ride bicycles as cycling is not only a great way to improve your fitness, but also very enjoyable activity, especially when shared with family members and friends. This initiative is a continuation of the various programs offered by the Aspire Zone Foundation to deliver its message to the community, and provide all the enabling requirements for various hobbies that encourage exercise and physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle."

Cycle hire service is available normally from Sunday to Thursday from 04:00 pm till 08:00 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 12:00 noon to 08:00 pm.

It is worth mentioning that earlier this year, Aspire Zone has launched “Learn to Ride” program in cooperation with the Qatari schools to help children and teens learn how to ride bikes, and “Cycle in Aspire” is the extension of this program to encourage more people to ride bicycles.

For more information about AZF activities during the NSD, please visit our website: