Women riders world relay team in Zim

By ZBC Reporter
The inaugural women riders world relay team which started last year in Scotland has reached Zimbabwe with a team of five bikers now in the country en route to Tete, Mozambique.
The women relay which started in Scotland and is expected to pass through 83 countries is in Zimbabwe which is the 77th country to be visited.
The team of five lady bikers comprising of two Zimbabweans, two south Africans and one Canadian came from Botswana and passed through Kwekwe where they had a chance to meet His Excellency, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga and first lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa who spurred the girls on and afforded them a chance to lead her motorcade before proceeding to Harare.
Natasha Mutsvairo, Women riders world relay Zimbabwe’s ambassador said the main aim of the relay is to create a network of sisterhood saying as a team they appreciated the support from the first lady Amai Mnangagwa
“We really appreciate the support from the first lady as she allowed us to escort her,” she said.
Pumulani Ncube, the National President of biker boys Zimbabwe who is escorting the ladies said the girls are trained bikers and he has confidence in them. “ These are trained bikers, license holders and they have their defensive licences and we have all the confidence in them,” he said.
The ladies are now on their way to Tete, Mozambique and are expected to go to Malawi as well.