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There’s a big track crit race coming this weekend, so I went to Singapore for Holy Crit Race to check out what’s going on over there. Suprise to see how some of the riders has totally improve. Young guns like Ghazzi, Amar, Zainal, Juf and not to forget Zul had race really well that night. The race was pretty intense but I did a break away on the very first lap. It was a great fight and I won the race. Really looking foward for another race this weekend. See you guys again soon! Photo credit by Kahiri Omar and Tan Wei J.

 

 

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I found this interesting article from Farhana Najib on FB. Best of luck Irwan!

 Irwan Cheng..born and breed in Ipoh since 22 years ago is a Mechanical Engineering student who love cycling so much. Since he was 10, cycling is the passion of her own and been influenced by the cycling culture in Copenhagen, Denmark.With his skills and knowledge in metal works and tools, he sat his hand, from scratch to build the first ever “Long John” (Freight bicycles, carrier cycles, freight tricycles, cargo bikes, cycletrucks, or long johns, are human powered vehicles designed and constructed specifically for transporting loads) cargo bike in Malaysia. one of a kind, and the first prototype ever made _ by him. These machine is build for carry cargo, errands, tyres or even kid when his wooden box is completed! For Irwan, it’s his ambition to spread the cycling culture among Malaysian’s or ‘ spreadind the Pedalgasm ‘. He also sells and builds this bike upon request. The production bike model may be vary and slightly different as this is only a prototype.

IMG_3757Last weekend 12 of us went to Singapore for Tour of Singapore. Organized by the CAS crew with 120km route to smash. It wasn’t a race but you need to do it in a team of 3 and you have to do it with your track bike. So me, Apis and Mior registered as a team and the rest of us did it with their roadbikes. All photos was captured with my Iphone 5. I had to ditch my Dslr as I’ve decided to travel as light as I can.. Click more for the trip report..  Read More