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Hundreds of residents of Ngawi, East Java, unfazed by the scorching 34 degree Celsius heat, flocked to the town square on Monday to wait by the roadside to watch the 2019 Tour de Indonesia cyclists cross the stage one finish line. Each cyclist was met by applause and cheers as they crossed the finish line after cycling 182.7 kilometers from Borobudur temple in Magelang, Central Java. The event was made livelier by a cultural festival, with students dressing in traditional attire and staging a parade with decorated bikes. (Antara/Sigid Kurniawan)
Video Courtesy: Indonesia Cycling Federation
Visuals and Motion Graphics:
Art & Graphic Design Head : Budhi Button
Graphic Designer : Swi Handono
Motion Graphic : Rian Irawan