A big THANK YOU for all readers for the 15,000 views milestone today

Hi everyone! When I started this little blog last year I just wanted to share cycling stories with friends having similar interests. Although we speak Malay most of the time, I thought of writing in English so that more people can learn about Malaysia and cut through the language barriers. After all, cycling is aContinue reading “A big THANK YOU for all readers for the 15,000 views milestone today”

Cycling in Bali

I’m currently in Bali until tomorrow for a short break. The last time i was here was 8 years ago. This place has really changed and it seems to be getting more crowded with lots more cars, scooters and motorcycles. Perhaps, because the last trip here we stayed in Ubud, away from the island’s hustleContinue reading “Cycling in Bali”

Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) 2014 comes to Cahaya SPK

  The 2014 Le Tour de Langkawi is currently ongoing in Malaysia from 27th February to 8 March 2014. This year’s race is perhaps the most challenging for the riders as the temperature ranges from 36 to 40 degree Celsius during mid day. Add to that the current haze and drought the country is facing.Continue reading “Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) 2014 comes to Cahaya SPK”

Exploring Shah Alam City via the new Bike Lane Loops

Last July 2013, I post a link from a local newspaper report on a new bicycle lane that the city of Shah Alam is embarking on. click here for the post. The project is partly social engineering and partly urban renewal i.e. to get people in Shah Alam and the neighbouring areas  to take up aContinue reading “Exploring Shah Alam City via the new Bike Lane Loops”

Putrajaya: The Cycling Capital of Malaysia

My earlier post on cycling in the haze in Putrajaya may not fully represents how beautiful this place is for cyclists and non cyclists alike (that’s my simplistic grouping of humankind in the world today). A week has passed and the air quality (and great pictures) has started to come back at Putrajaya and withContinue reading “Putrajaya: The Cycling Capital of Malaysia”

Cycling up Bukit Malawati, Kuala Selangor, Malaysia

If you feel like doing some moderate climbing you can cycle up Bukit Malawati in Kuala Selangor. To make it more challenging leave your 30-speed mountain bike at home and bring out your 6-speed 20 inch tyre folding bikes to do the job. The hill used to be a strong fort for the Selangor SultanateContinue reading “Cycling up Bukit Malawati, Kuala Selangor, Malaysia”

Cycling along paddy fields in Sekinchan, Malaysia

To escape the city where I live I would go Sekinchan 60km away and get transported in the middle of paddy fields. Here you will have depending on months either soothing green fields with golden rice or meadow of brown hay welcoming you. Cycling paths between the paddy fields goes on for miles with hardlyContinue reading “Cycling along paddy fields in Sekinchan, Malaysia”