Padang Aro, West Sumatra June 7(Antara) - The entire official and rider Tour de Singkarak 2013 that finish in South Solok, West Sumatra was given a gift in the form of a stone ring.
South Solok regent, Muzni Zakaria, said here on Thursday, a stone ring "Lumuik Kandih" given a genuine product and is famous for the local district to the international and this will be the official and souvenirs for all riders
"Stone ring Lumuik Kandih been given to the Minister of Home Affairs Gamawan Fauzi and given the same President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono next SBY gave to U.S. President Barack Obama and was popular up to foreign countries," he said.
He hopes next year to TdS South Solok not only as a location in Muaralabuh finish but Padang Aro the capital of the district.
"This year the new TdS fraction South Solok area traversed and much more that needs to be seen, because many are still a lot of tourism potential," he said.
If up to Padang Aro, tourism potential can be seen as the tea plantation area with the background of Mount Kerinci exotic.
In addition, many natural resources in South Solok unvisited, such as geothermal, mining and others.
This is in addition to the South Solok besides rich in tourism is also a lot of natural potential to improve the life of the people.
At stage five, the start in Sawahlunto and finish in Muaralabuh South Solok won Amir Kolahdozhagh with a time of 3:39:56.
Rider of Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team finishes Iran''''s entry along with teammate Ghader Mizbani Iranaghi the same time record.
As for the top three riders taken from Polygon Sweet Nice Oscar Pujo. Defending champion this entry TdS finish eight minutes slower than the first rank with a time of 3:47:59.
While the Indonesian rider who is able to enter the top 10 is Bambang Suryadi of the Indonesian national team with a time of 3:50:34, followed by Day Fitrianto of Cycling Team Robin Manulang dab of Indonesia national team with the same record time.
After this stage all five riders get time off one day, before going on stage six of Padangpariaman towards Painan, on Saturday June 8 with the distance of 144.5 kilometers. (** / Rik).
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