Monthly Archives: June 2012

Update on Life: 3 weeks to Ipoh Century Ride

3 weeks to the penultimate ride for this year, a grueling, tough 160km bike ride in Malaysia consisting of hills that are taller than Mount Faber in Singapore and with never ending roads. I have not been riding 100km consistently … Continue reading

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Ride Review: SAFRA Runway Cycling/Skating

Introduction Organised by SAFRA and held at Paya Lebar Air Base. It is the world’s first and I believe the only event in the world that a runway and it’s surrounding taxiways are open to the public to ride and … Continue reading

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Race Review : Tri-Factor 60km “Challenge”

Introduction One of the smaller races in Singapore. The organizer Orange Room organizes a swim event. run event, bike event and as well as a triathlon. Collectively, the 4 events are under the Tri-factor family. They have a variety of … Continue reading

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Types of cyclists you meet

Very often there are several quirky people in the cycling group,often with distinct characteristics. Some can be very irritating, others tolerable and pleasant. Here is the non-exhaustible list. The Leader Very often (sometimes not) the strongest rider in the group. … Continue reading

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