2012 was a great year for rider John Njoroge Muya. During this year’s  tour of Rwanda he finished third overall behind eventual winner Lil  Daven of South Africa in the 894.8km cycling race that spanned eight stages.
Muya says Kenyan cycling has achieved tremendous growth in the past year but says a lot needs to be done to make sure Kenya attain top international cycling standards. On the 16th December last year Muya finished second at the Teule 100 cycle classic which was held at scenic and beautiful route that ran through the famous Amboseli National park with views of the Chyulu hills and Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Muya says his dream to compete at the Tour de France which arguably the biggest and best  in the world. He says Kenya can send elite riders to such events if they put in a lot of resources in training its riders in advance. He said his team was using the Teule race in preparations for the upcoming tour of Gabon which will start on January.

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