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10k Moon Cycling event

Event Details

Be ready and Put your helmet on to hit the road

We will be observing National Moon Day on July 20th to celebrate the day humans first walked on the moon in 1969. NASA reported the moon landing as being “the single greatest technological achievement of all time.”

Yes, you! Get a chance to be featured on our MoonCycle runners list! Compete any time between July 19th and July 21st to get the chance to be part of the growing list of followers. Be the leader of the competition, cycle the fastest 10K and for the opportunity to be featured on our Social Media platforms and get a sweet Certificate.

Limited to the first 100 runners.

Best of Luck


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More about National Moon Day

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed the first humans, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the moon. Six hours after landing, Armstrong stepped onto the lunar surface. He spent two and a half hours outside the spacecraft. He was soon followed by Buzz Aldrin. While Aldrin spent slightly less time on the moon than Armstrong, together they collected 47.5 pounds of lunar material to bring back to Earth. Michael Collins, piloted Apollo 11, remained alone in orbit until Armstrong and Aldrin returned.

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed the first humans, Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, on the moon. Six hours after landing, Armstrong stepped onto the lunar surface. He spent two and a half hours outside the spacecraft. He was soon followed by Buzz Aldrin. While Aldrin spent slightly less time on the moon than Armstrong, together they collected 47.5 pounds of lunar material to bring back to Earth. Michael Collins, piloted Apollo 11, remained alone in orbit until Armstrong and Aldrin returned.
Caught up in the thrill of the adventure, millions watched the mission from Earth.

Televisions around the world tuned in to the live broadcasts giving the astronaut a world-wide audience. As a result, all witnessed as Armstrong stepped onto the moon’s surface and described the event as “one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.”

Unquestionably a tangible achievement in the space race, reaching the moon placed the United States in a role to go forth and explore farther and deeper into the reach of the universe. In the months and decade that followed, NASA and the Soviets stepped up the missions.

Fast forward forty years and private expeditions plan to take humankind exploring our solar system. Armstrong’s “one small step for man” inspired imaginations and sparked innovation for generations to come.

Event Dates

Event Start Date: 19th Jul 2019
Event End Date: 21st Jul 2019
Last Registration Date: 21st Jul 2019

Awards

Awards
1st Place – Gold E-Certificate & Social Media Announcement

2nd Place – Silver E-Certificate & Social Media Announcement

3rd Place – Bronze E-Certificate & Social Media Announcement


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