PESHAWAR: Sabia Abbat grew up with an enthusiasm for cycling and was not ceased by the observation that cycling is not something ladies in Pakistan do. Brought up in Haripur, Sabia turned into the principal lady from Hazara division to win the National Cycling Championship in 2013.
Being a games lover at school where she represented to the organization in different rivalries made a difference. She saw a cycling rivalry in 2011 in Pania where the ladies could scarcely ride bicycles and concluded this was an aptitude she needed to learn.
Back home, in Haripur, she rehearsed on her uncle's cycle, fell a considerable measure yet kept at it. The cycling title has nine events, six of which are hung on a velodrome while three are out and about. Haripur has no offices for preparing in cycling so for genuine practice Sabia needs to go to Lahore.
Since 1996, when the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cycling Association (KPCA) was shaped, Sabia Abbat is the principal lady to exceed expectations at the game.
Sabia holds a Bachelor's degree in physical training. She has been a National Champion, an armed force competitor and a motivation and her trip is a long way from being done.