Garuga race track will host the first round of FIM Africa Central African Motocross Championship (FIM CAC) scheduled for May 30th-1st.
The track will call for better skills from riders after it was redesigned by formed German champion Jurgen Kuppers.
“I did not change the entire track but just a few sections that will make the riders have a feel of an international track while providing better entertainment for the fans,” says Kuppers.
Uganda and Kenya will resume their rivalry as riders from both countries fight for regional Mx titles.
Kenya is the defending champion after sealing the title at home last year with 1084 points while Uganda garnered 433 points.
Over ten riders from Kenya are expected to kick start their title defence.
However, Team Uganda is as well preparing ahead of the 2016 title.
2015 MX1 regional champion and Uganda team captain Maxime Van Pee is optimistic ahead of the duel.
“Our riders are all set for the race, I was with them on Sunday ant they all look ready for the race. They went through training with Jurgen that will assure them of more skills to beat the Kenyans,” said Van Pee.
“The track was some how changed and this will be to how advantage over the Kenyans who are not familiar to it,” he added.
The event will score as the third round of the National MX championship.