The seventh-day tour, which was to commemorate Togo’s 50th Anniversary, covered a total distance of 1,033km and took participants through some principal cities and towns like Lome, Atakpame, Sokode, Keve, Bafilo, Tsevie, Tabligbo and Aneho.
A statement signed by the secretary general of the association, Williams Kyei, said the team came home with two honours and they are the Elegance Jersey - the team that rode in style and in accordance with standards in cycling race and Fairplay country award.
Burkina Faso won the overall champions in the competition while Cote d’Ivoire followed with a team A side of Togo and Ghana.
“The Ghana Cycling Association is very much grateful to the gallant team that represented the country as well as the National Sports Council for Ghana’s successful participation in the championship” the statement said.
They however, called for support from corporate bodies to enable the sport to develop in the country.