MOTOCYCLE

CYCLING

CULTURE

Eddy Merckx

 

“Ride as much or as little, as long or as short as you feel. But ride.”

Lanterne Rouge at the Tour de France

Lanterne Rouge at the Tour de France

In most races, the man who comes last is the weakest competitor. Not so with the Tour de France. At the end of three weeks in the world’s toughest event, one man stands on the podium and receives the glory, fame and wealth that comes with the yellow jersey, but his...

Road Cycling, What Possibly Can Anyone Learn?

Road Cycling, What Possibly Can Anyone Learn?

Cycling has grown so rapidly! More people are starting to pick up the sports, in order to get fit and healthy. If your aim is to get better, faster, stronger, and more skilful at cycling events, we give you some simple dos and don’ts to follow. Being strong and...

The Pos Malaysia Bicycle

The Pos Malaysia Bicycle

The earliest model employed by the Malaysian postal service was Raleigh’s rod brake roadster made in England. The brake system in these roadsters uses steel rods in lieu of cables to activate the brakes, which engage the surface of the rims instead of the flat...

The Best Books to Celebrate the Cycling Boom

The Best Books to Celebrate the Cycling Boom

In these strange past few months there has been a bicycle boom, as lapsed cyclists have pulled neglected machines out of sheds and new converts have rushed to get hold of their own two wheels – a surge so great that bicycle suppliers can’t keep up with the demand....

From Mode of Transportation to One’s Love and Passion

From Mode of Transportation to One’s Love and Passion

What does cycling mean to you? If you see cycling as a mere mode of transportation, a means to get yourself here to there, then the hype surrounding custom bicycles would have probably skid past you. In fact, for the longest time, cycling really was what it was,...

A Mechanic in Mind, Spirit and Soul

A Mechanic in Mind, Spirit and Soul

Back in 2006, Mohd Hamdan bin Nasir, better known as Sodan to his friends decided to leave his job as a cook at Prince Court Medical Centre because he felt life in the kitchen was no life at all. He was interested in bicycles from the cycling he did every day and the...