Cross Country Cycling Classic

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Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic
Race details
Date Holy Saturday, March–April
Region Belize, Central America
Local name(s) Cross Country
Nickname(s) Cayo and Back, Ride for the Roses, The Holy Day
Discipline Road
Type Amateur one-day
Organiser Belize Cycling Association
Race director Emil Moreno
History
First edition 1928 (1928)
Editions 84 (as of 2012)
First winner Belize Elston Kerr
Most wins 4 times:

Belize Aston Gill
Belize Jeffery O'Brien
Belize John Miguel
Belize Kenrick Halliday

Most recent Guatemala Giovani Choto

The Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Classic is a one-day amateur cycling race held in Belize. It is held every year during the Easter holidays. It is Belize's biggest cycling event and has begun to be recognized internationally. It is usually shortened to the Cross Country Cycling Classic or "Cross Country" for short.

The race is about 140 miles.