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How to Get to Cuba for the Pan American Masters Cycling Championships

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Wondering how you’d get around those silly travel restrictions surrounding Cuba? Fraysse Sports says they have your solution, but you have to act quick. Here’s the press release:

Mike Fraysse Sports LLC, one of the nation’s leading cycling coaching, training and travel organizations and leader of the USA Cycling’s Team USA group headed to compete at the Pan American Masters Cycling Championships, in Havana, Cuba, announced this week that it has received official license for travel to Cuba from the U.S. Treasury Department for its all-inclusive, Sept. 17 – 26 trip.

“We worked so hard for this approval and it finally came through. It’s really the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for any cyclist and their fans,” said Mike Fraysse this week. Fraysse and his well-travelled, destination cycling staff have dialed in all the details to provide for an exciting, pro-feel, well supported, safe trip.

The road and track competition for men and women, ages 35 and older, will feature the finest masters-level cyclists from North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Fraysse Sports’ trip includes a travel visa, round trip airfare from Miami to Havana, all related in-country ground transportation, all-inclusive hotel accommodations, competition entry fees, Team USA masters national team clothing, and medical insurance required by the Cuban government. Fees per person are $2,595.00 per person, double occupancy, with single occupancy available for $200.00 extra.

“Due to the short lead time, reservations must be made by August 15,” Fraysse noted. “It’s virtually impossible to travel to Cuba, and so we’ve already gotten urgent calls from Team USA cyclists looking to go.” Athletes must have a valid 2010 USA Cycling International License.

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