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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

September 2010 trip to Cuba

                                      Bonnie                                       Lance

A few  Kissena riders (Lance, Bonnie, Steve & Pablo) are going to Cuba this week to race on the Track with Mike Fraysse Sports.


SEPTEMBER 17-26, 2010

This is an incredible opportunity to not only compete internationally but also to travel legally to Cuba on a U.S. Treasury Department license. The competition is for men and women, road and track, ages 35 and up holding a 2010 U.S.A. international cycling license.

The trip includes:
Round trip air travel between Miami-Havana
Freight Charges for one bike bag or box; 2nd bike $50.00
Cuba Entry Visa and Cuban Medical Insurance
Miami Airport Taxes
Ground transportation in Cuba
All-inclusive hotel (meals and beverages)
Race entry fees
Team jersey; bib OR regular shorts OR skinsuit
Team t-shirt, hat and bag
Support staff, mechanics, massage therapists, coaches, etc.

Not included:
Cuban Exit Tax - $30.00.
Overweight baggage charges
Incidental expenses, such as store-bought food and water
Special Dinners (optional)

Cost: $2,595.00 This is an incredible price. The 2005 Cuba trip was $2,295.00. Since then, Cuba has required daily medical insurance; the Visa has risen 400%; and, as you know, the price of air travel has increased. Cuba has instituted Cuban travel pesos that must be used in Cuba and are 80 cents to the U.S. dollar. Everything in Cuba has increased 20% because of this. The Pan American Confederation has worked very closely with me for the best prices possible.

Reservation Deposit: $1,795.00 paid by August 15. After August 15th no guarantee of clothing or air transportation. Balance of $800.00 paid by you at the hotel in Cuba in cash. Bring clean bills – no writing or drawings on them.

For any questions contact:
Mike Fraysse
573 High Road
Glen Spey, NY 12737-0329
(845) 856-3335;
Fax: (845) 856-3459:


Reinaldo Paseiro Velodrome, Outdoor, Concrete, 333m

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