Disabled cyclist tackles the desert at the Wuhai International Cycling Conference

The event is authorized by the Audax Club Parisien (ACP) and organized by Randonneurs of China (ROCn).
It includes a grueling 200-kilometer ride and expected to take participants more than 13 hours.

Disabled cyclist tackles the desert at the Wuhai International Cycling Conference

BON Cloud Story–I want to see ocean in the desert

Wuhai city in Inner Mongolia is a land of immense beauty and contrasts – from the towering desert dunes, to the roiling waters of the Yellow River. But for one man, the call of the Ulan Buh Desert is the call of challenge.

Wang Yonghai lost his left leg in a car accident when he was 19 years old. One day, by pure change, he came across the national para-cycling team training near his home. Inspired by the encounter Wang started to train and compete in para-cycling events.

Wang Yonghai joined the China National Para-Cycling Team from 2001 to 2011 and participated in many cycling races at home and abroad, winning 6 gold medals and many honors. In the 7th National Paralympic Games, he took gold in the Five Kilometer Road Race. He also participated in the Columbia Century Paralympic Games LC3 Level Cycling Event and Ranked Third in this world class event.

After retiring from the team, Wang continues to challenge himself. He participated in the Tour of Qinghai Lake 2013, competed against all normal athletes, and completed the match in 13 days. His spirit touched the nation and was awarded the Disability Sportsmanship Award of 2013 CCTV Sports Personality of the Year. In 2016, he rode 2160 km, 18 days independently along the Sichuan-Tibet road to get to Potala Palace and became the first handicapped cyclist who has successfully conquered the tough inter-provincial passage.

But the desert is a special challenge that he will face during the Wuhai International Cycling Conference, starting on August 26. The event is authorized by the Audax Club Parisien (ACP) and organized by Randonneurs of China (ROCn) and includes a grueling 200-kilometer ride expected to take participants more than 13 hours.

I Want To See the Ocean in the Desert

“I Want to See the Ocean in the Desert” is a five-minute documentary produced by BON International Co-production Team, Canada, showcasing Wang Yonghai’s first attempt to traverse the hauntingly beautiful Ulan Buh Desert and Wuhai Lake. The message of the film is that no matter what is holding you back, through mindfulness and careful mental discipline you too can achieve great things and turn personal tragedies into personal successes.

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