By Pramod Sharma Posted November 15, 2019 09:19:22As we enter the final week of the Queen Bicycle Race, the queen’s new bicycle is the winner.
The women’s cycling team, the RCA, beat their rivals in a thrilling battle on Wednesday night at the Queen Cycling Race in Kolkata.
The winning team, from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, will compete in the 2019 World Championships in the U.S. and Canada in November.
The queen, who has not ridden a bike since she was a toddler, won the race by a narrow margin, winning by less than a second.
The woman who had been in second place for the last three weeks of the race, Anjali Pal, said she was very proud.
“I felt very comfortable, but I am very excited for my team,” Pal said.
“They are the only women who can go to the next world championships, and they have done well.”
Pal and her team won by more than a minute, but they will not be allowed to ride the winning bike because the government has said the women’s team should not use the winning one.
“We have been given an opportunity to win,” Pal, who is an engineering graduate, said.
The government, however, has said it will allow the women to use the other winner’s bike if it is not damaged or damaged beyond repair.
The race began in March with the first female riders, and the women have gone on to win nine of the 11 races so far.
Pal’s team will now travel to Canada for the 2019 Winter Olympics, where the U,S.
women’s teams will compete.