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at Wednesday, December 26, 2007 0 comments  

Seasons Greeting.

Seasons Greeting and have a Merry Christmas. May all ur wishes come true.

Believe in the power of Santa or get nuthing.

at Thursday, December 20, 2007 0 comments  

Cool Music clip : Bat for Lashes

cool peloton.

at Tuesday, December 18, 2007 0 comments  

Dissecting the Spin to Muscle type.

here's a hint: who says weight training has no benefit?.

at Monday, December 17, 2007 0 comments  

check this wind tunnel test

NO wonder, its like $400 an hour

at Friday, December 14, 2007 0 comments  

Hey , Get me the superlite while ur at it...

Tube Vending machine , how coool is that!

at Tuesday, December 11, 2007 0 comments  

jingle bell....jingle hell...

Dashing through the road
On a broken pair of spoke
Screaming as I go
Ramming into poles (boom boom boom)
The snow's now soaking red
and I think I'm almost dead
Someone call red cross
'cause I need a hospital bed

hey jingle bell.. jingle hell...

at Wednesday, December 05, 2007 0 comments  



at Wednesday, December 05, 2007 0 comments  

after the marathon....

LOL hilarious..... a frend passed it to me..

at Wednesday, December 05, 2007 1 comments  

World AIDS Day bike ride

On Saturday December 1, 2007, cyclists from all over the world will participate in World AIDS Day by cycling 27 miles to commemorate 27 years of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. All rides will start at 8:00. Cities and townships from all over the United States and the world have committed to highlight critical awareness by cycling in organized groups and wearing red symbolizing the AIDS ribbon.

Some of the cities participating in this event are: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Tucson, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Montreal, London and Sydney. Additional cities are signing up daily.

This year's Los Angeles ride will honour HIV-positive three year-old Caleb Glover. This past July while on vacation with his foster parents in Alabama, Caleb was denied access to the swimming pool and showers at Alabama's Wales West RV Resort. The incident received national attention including a segment on ABC TV where Until There's a Cure (UTAC) member and ride organizer Brian Hodes first heard about Caleb's ordeal.

The World AIDS Day ride organizes groups around the world to ride to raise awareness of the perception and stigma associated with HIV. So far Hodes has spoken to people in England, Czechoslovakia and Australia about having bike rides in their communities. In cities where December's cooler weather could present a challenge, Hodes suggests organizing spin class marathons at local gyms.

Silvia Glover, Caleb's foster mother, expressed her support for Hodes' efforts. "I'm totally blown away that people all the way in California heard about Caleb and want to raise awareness," Glover said. "It's such an honour and such a good opportunity."

Caleb's health is now precarious because of complications from HIV and his medication, and he might have to have a feeding tube installed. "Caleb's had a harder time than most," she said, "but he's a fighter." Hodes, who is also a rider in the fundraising AIDS LifeCycle ride, a 545-mile bicycle ride from San Francisco to LA, will be riding in Los Angeles on December. 1.

Until There's A Cure (UTAC) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating HIV/AIDS by raising awareness and funds for vaccine development, care services and youth education.

at Wednesday, November 28, 2007 1 comments  

Triathlon/Endurance Sport T-shirt etiquette

  • In the Triathlon community the wearing of race T-shirts has become a sign of accomplishment and fashion. Choosing just the right T-shirt for that special occasion can be a daunting and difficult task. The following guidelines have been compiled to help the responsible T-shirt wearer avoid potential embarrassment and/or elevate their status.

  • A shirt cannot be worn unless the wearer has participated in the event. (Crew, volunteers are exempt, see Guide #10.)

  • Wearing a T-shirt within 30-days of the event demonstrates lack of experience; it says: I don't have any other T-shirts, ergo I'm a novice! (see guidelines #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9).

  • Any race T-shirt, less than a Olympic (standard) distance, shouldn't be worn to an half or full Ironman (long distance) event. It simply doesn't represent a high cool factor and sends a red flag regarding your 'rookiness'.

  • If you raced in the Longest Day or any other race longer than Olympic distance, definitely wear that shirt whenever possible.

  • When returning to a race in which you previously finished, then wear the shirt from the first year you completed the race. Don't short change yourself by wearing the shirt from the year before. It doesn't adequately display the feat of accomplishment or the consummate veteran status that you are due.

  • Never wear a race shirt from the race you are about to compete in. It displays a lack of integrity and tempts fate. (See Guide #7, #8).

  • Wearing a T-shirt of the race, while currently running said race, is discouraged. It's like being at work and constantly announcing "I'm at work". (See Guide #7).

  • Never wear a shirt from a race that you did not finish. To wear it is to say I finished it.

  • A DNF'er may wear a race shirt if... the letters DNF are boldly written on the shirt in question. It is also acceptable to have a large-X across the name of the race on the T-shirt. While an X on your race number is associated with a drafting penalty in a non-drafting, typically Ironman races, it will stimulate discussion and you get a chance to explain why you DNF'd.

  • During a race the wearing of shirt from a previously completed year is acceptable. Wear the oldest T-shirt you have. This is probably a good practice because you now have no excuse to drop out since you've done it before.

  • Volunteers have full T-shirt rights and all privileges pertaining thereto.

  • No souvenir shirts! Friends or anyone else not associated with the race may not wear a race shirt. If your 'partner' thinks that the Windsor sweatshirt is great, tell them to send in their application early for next year so they can earn their own. This also means you should not buy old London Marathon T-shirts in the Bourne Sports sale.

  • Not withstanding Guideline #2, wear the race shirt of your last race at the current race pre-race briefing. The more recent the race the better. This is a good conversation starter. However, avoid the tendency to explain how the race was training for this, and this is just a training for the next race, etc. It just sounds like you're rationalizing mediocre performances. Sometimes it's best to live in the here and now. ("I've never been more prepared for a race! This is the big one!")

  • It must be clean (dried blood stains are okay).

  • If you've finished the Longest Day, or any full Ironman distance event, then wear the T-shirt as often as possible, since these races are so damn hard.
    If you don't know what things like DNF, T1, T2, Brick sessions are, then you shouldn't wear any race shirt until you do.

  • T-shirts must be used sensitively. Worn responsibly, they can help expand one's consciousness and immerse you in a great conversation with your Triathlon brethren. They are great for stimulating conversation with the opposite sex at the gym (aka chat-up lines). Worn stupidly, they can cause blisters, vacant stares, sprained ankles, and cause social anxiety.

at Wednesday, November 28, 2007 2 comments  

Psychedelic ride

This guy must be on LSD ....but hey .. who am i to say... it's his poison...

at Friday, November 23, 2007 0 comments  

Bicycle Players parody....coool..

Mommie dearest.

American Beauty

at Wednesday, November 21, 2007 0 comments  

Crank Dat...

awesome...real hard mans sport no fucking about

at Wednesday, November 21, 2007 0 comments  

Presidential Ride 2007 : Post Ride Analysis

As i made the U-turn , WOw..the amount of cars which are already parked at 7am , just astonishes me..the row of cars just grows longer every year...

Went there , found a parking lot. got the bike and stuff out , uh.... where's my bottle? crap! (your just never prepared enough..being sick makes it freaking worst.)

Anyway , easily 850++ riders + gatecrashers by the side of the road waiting for the horn to blow@8.00am, well some waited further ahead to beat the crowd. And GO!!!!!!!...

man,if this is a road event everyone will take it easy thats for sure...thanks to the hole shot in off road biking ,everyone is hammering for it else get stuck in the backlog.

Stage 1
Fairly manageable , as everyone is still fresh, (yeah it aint that tough alright) but i thank the PCC M&D for not making it any worst.

Stage 2
I take back what i said about M&D @ stage 1, the sickos knows how to smile when they see us suffer..... now this aint easy even after some hard climb , the requirement to pull of some technicals manoeuvre in fluidity in these wet condition is seriously difficult. Quite number of rider were dehydrated.

stage 3
pretty much similar like stage 2 but with less single track,more pushing i think..
( huh ? izit? no meh ? ehh gimme a break , i cant remember every puddle of mud la.)but i know water melon is a good thing !!!!so is bananas... but i was pissed at few things that my bottom bracket screwed it self out... ( picture later ) thus cant hammer as much and some idiotic rider just showered himself with a full bottle of mineral water...

Stage 4
the last 14 km to break all 4 loops. not easy. in fact to make it worst are small gradual hills that turns into mountains. and ladder climbs?? ughh which's sickos idea is that?

I'd say this year is tough in terms of technical and focus. heard of plenty of crashes and falls going around stage 2 ( even stage 4 , at the resident's ditch single track!) Gonna catch some rest.

10 min clip of stage 2

Thanks again to the PCC community for this excellent event.

Post Ride Checkup:

Post ride check up:Right BB screwed out.. :) had to tighten it back with fingers.

Broke brand New Profile plastic water bottle.

and my missing cateye Enduro...

at Monday, November 19, 2007 0 comments  

Dont know if i can ride.

Dont know if i can ride. having a terrible flu. body ache , lungs hurt, free flow mucus, i need a miracle..

very very disappointed

Current update: to hell with the Antibiotics.. i am gonna come this far shit , i better ride....

at Friday, November 16, 2007 0 comments  

Presidential ride 2007: Pre-ride check up: Eggbeaters

Some pre-ride maintainance tip i'd share to those out there with egg beaters.

Item required : tube with grease preferably Finishline. it last me 4 years.
: Flat head screw driver.
: Tissue or cloth

step 1: unscrew the plactic cap out.
step 2: check for free play. else get a rebuilt kit.

step 3: Now for the greasy part, screw the head of the grease tube into the eggbeater.
step 4: Squeeze untill the old grease come's out from the other end.
step 5: wipe and screw the cap back on.
your done.. now feel that it as often as you want.

at Thursday, November 15, 2007 0 comments  

POWERMAN 2007 : it was the DOG'S Du Du , alright.,

MAn, why can't i say..." no excuses " for my bad performance in this powerman. i can today and i admit it is a lack of preparation and i deserve it.

Went there with Reza,Carrie , Gibs took a drive down with the all the stupid roadblock due to the BERSIH protest.

Went there saw the usual suspects. registered for the timing chip. Ate some excellent Ikan bakar... massive attack with " Feast of fury "on the dishes. Fried squids balls as big as bull's bollocks.

Didnt really hang around much except to get the essential items, everyone stayed in a different hotel except for Andy ,Su , Karen and Chad hanged there for a while..cracked some joke before the pain comes..

Race days

started sharp at 7.30 , ready as the rush comes. settle into my pace. didnt really bother about those fast runners. cruise to my pace. didnt make much ground in transition. estimated 58 mins or so... maybe 1 hour...

when i reached back , head for the bike. start whopping some ass on the bike. cut many many nice looing bike... the freaking aero helmet works wonders ! its silent and its just so peaceful in there and it feels fast too... heck yeah 38-40 kmh... untill the the 30th km my knee gave hurt soo bad. every 12- 8 'o'clock crank stroke hurt like pulling my leg apart. seriously wanted to pull out of the race.

i cant even fucking pedal... it went to bad to worst. cramps set in, no salt. lack of water. seriously in no mood to even look at anyone.. lowered my kmh to 28-32.... reach back about 2 hour.

now the last leg.. i swear the pain is still in my head as i am writing this . with my knee injury ( I can manage cramps ) but fuck i cant manage my knee's going under the hammer. i walked and walked ... everyone and i mean everyone jogged passed me. my advantage of 15+- mins just walked away.

i wasnt amused at all... with people asking are YOU OK? i retort back NO. i just walked...
tried brisk walking but i got nuthing left. i walk again. tried jogging again , shouted" fuck " instead. Well there is a nice guy with NO.109 whom said "come'er mate walk with me"
Sure, hi Name's Bernard. he went i'm Bernard too..he lighten me up abit..cracked a few jokes...

fast forward....

One thing i dont appreciate is " stepping on someone when he or she is down " so if anyone out there whom thinks its alright... i'd wish you to " go ahead and fuck yourself and be happy "

Finished my run in 1 hr 40. its the dog shit alright.

sigh... yeah i am pissed. i need therapy. knee therapy.

congrats to all whom had a good time out there..

i'd lo0ok forward to Presidential ride. hopefully my knee will do okay. then i wont be pissed..

nite again.

at Monday, November 12, 2007 0 comments  

Powerman lumut 2007, Du it , YEAH DU IT.... right here.. yeah Du it...right there..

its fucking 1.30 am on a friday nite....went to collect come gears from the editor.
Could not make it WABisabi in ttdi but oh well, perhaps its a blessing.Got the loot ready,got everything in place.. ( fuck , forgot the towel.) hmmm i think tooth paste too..awhh. think tomorrow la..

in 3 hours time i'll note of few pcc cyclist going for 200 clicks to lumut.... amazing people those bunch..brave.i wish i could give them a medal. i think i'll honour them when i eat my lunch,sending good energy to them.

Got pissed off with a "Friend" of mine. stating me in my "gay tri " outfit.Well i seriously think some girl in KL are "pretty" dumb.i better not see her nor her wimpy guy friend pick up cycling. I'd make sure I'd bring him/her 100 clicks out. See em squirm in hell. wither in pain. dumb shit. the reason malaysia is soo backward is due to the laziness of this country and why lazy coz they ate too much yesterday.
thus complaining " owwhh i am getting fat..." i'd better take up rpm in my local gym without turning up the dial when the beats goes higher.sorry i just cant understand runnning or cycling in the gym while watching discovery chanel.

" when the scene is out there , instead of in there"

sigh, i'll stop here..

okay back to the context of DU'ing it.

Expectation???? no expecation.

i do my thing , you do urs.okay?


nite. see ya at the Party...

at Saturday, November 10, 2007 0 comments  

POWERBAR ....hilarious..!

i dont really endorse any gel or bar but i think this ad is pretty funny
when he started cycling with his hands

at Tuesday, November 06, 2007 0 comments  

its official , cycling is cool....

Not surprise if one goes "dear, but carbon is so yesterday..look at the leather trimming on that Chanel..look how it molds to the curvature of that steel frame...

at Monday, November 05, 2007 0 comments  

People Can Fly

Always had the love for trance music , in conjunction with endurance sports.

and it does improve cycling 150 bpm trance music while riding in tempo.

A new UK study on the ergogenic effects of music has tended to muddy the waters of scientific research rather than clarify them. In contrast to previous findings that music benefits performance by reducing perceived exertion, the current study found the opposite to be true.

Sixteen physically active participants performed two 10k time trials on cycle ergometers under two different conditions, as follows:

Without music;
With ‘trance’ music played throughout. This form of dance music, which has been described as ‘melodic’, ‘freeform’ and having ‘anthemic’ qualities, is commonly played in nightclubs. However, the tape, with numbers by various artists, was ‘mixed’ so that tempo and volume remained the same for the maximum duration of 28 minutes.
The mean time taken to complete the test was 1,030 seconds with music compared with 1,052 seconds without music – an improvement of 22 seconds (2%). This improvement was explained mostly by an increase in speed in the first 3k.

Somewhat paradoxically, however, ratings of perceived exertion were consistently higher throughout the time trial with music.

‘Interestingly,’ comment the researchers, ‘cycling speed and perceived exertion both were higher during the music trial in the present study, suggesting that the participants were working harder during the music trial, but were fully aware that they were doing so.’

Previous research demonstrating a reduction in perceived exertion with music has focused on ‘time to exhaustion’ tests carried out at prescribed submaximal exercise intensities. However, time trials are thought to be more externally valid than constant power tests, may be more reliable and allow for selfselected work rates.

Given that it is difficult to fit their observations into current theories about the ergogenic effects of music, the researchers call for further study of their findings.

Meanwhile, they warn that, although the musicinduced improvements in starting speed was favourable to overall times in their study, there could be some race situations in which a fast start might be detrimental.

‘In addition, although the improvement in performance was consistent across participants, and some participants were competitive cyclists, we cannot extrapolate our results directly to high performance cyclists competing in professional races.’

Int J Sports Med 2004;25:611-6

anyway , i like the video..... its pretty cool....

at Saturday, November 03, 2007 0 comments  

Qoutes i follow by...

"There are people who have no bodies, only heads. And many athletes have no heads, only bodies. A champion is a man who has trained his body and his mind, who has learned to conquer pain for his own purposes. A great athlete is at peace with himself and at peace with the world; he has fulfilled himself. He envies nobody. Wars are caused by people who have not fulfilled themselves."

- Coach Sam Dee The Olympian

"If someone says, 'Hey, I ran 100 miles this week. How far did you run?' ignore him! What the hell difference does it make?.... The magic is in the man, not the 100 miles."
- Bill Bowerman

"Everyone in life is looking for a certain rush. Racing is where I get mine."

- John Trautmann

"We are different, in essence, from other men. If you want to win something, run 100 meters. If you want to experience something, run a marathon."

-Emil Zatopek

"If a man coaches himself, then he has only himself to blame when he is beaten."

- Sir Roger Bannister

at Saturday, November 03, 2007 0 comments  

Girls Smoking...

So many girls and young women are still smoking and even taking up smoking, despite all health problems it's been proven to cause. Why? The only reason I can think of is the glamorization of smoking -- it seems to be what the pretty, thin girls do, particularly from a high-schoolers point of view. Here's an new anti-smoking video I recently came across, one which tries to appeal to more to a woman's vanity than her health

at Friday, November 02, 2007 0 comments  

Not a good way to have a finish a race on MTB

but if your starting to be really edgy you can do this, it does 3 things.

1) relief your muscle from the lactic acid.
2) stretching for the cramps.
3) and for the biker behind you , letting em know your not in a good mood..

at Wednesday, October 31, 2007 0 comments  

Winner of shimano/youtube competition.

Winner i like best.

jury, headed by Kozo Shimano, has selected the winning videos of the Shimano/You Tube contest at the first day of the Interbike show in Las Vegas.

The other judges were Interbike’s Rich Kelly, TV commentators Phil Liggett and Bob Roll and members of the Spokesmen podcast David Bernstein, Tim Jackson, Donna Tocci, Tim Grahl and Carlton Reid.
The contest, organised by Carlton Reid of and sponsored by Shimano Europe, had a whopping 134 entries by the close of play on August 30th, the first day of the Eurobike show in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Many different kind of videos were sent in around the central theme “I want to ride my bicycle”.

The jury decided to award three video makers with prices, provided for by Shimano Europe.

at Tuesday, October 30, 2007 0 comments  

i miss the muchhhhhhhh :(

shit this is awesome....

goona ride my mtb... mtb...mtb .. road mtb... road NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! ( cranium ache ) road... mtb.. road mtb..... road.... sighh mtb road... :( mtb road? mountain biking on road??....

at Friday, October 26, 2007 0 comments  

Planet in Peril

In every action there is an opposite or equal re-action. Nothing works in a vacuum. its the law of physic

A CNN Special , chilled out last niter at home. watched this special program.

Man. i thought to my self..what is coming to this world.So many beautiful thing coming to extinction. So much land being destroyed... fire in California..Earthquakes.typhoons. This planet is shouting back at us.

Used to remember the life there is on a early morning with Songs birds singing away on the field in front. The wild life in kiara's land tortoises , kingfishers, snakes and squirrels .The wildlife at sungai buloh's giant monitor lizards,hawks, you cycle thru now those are a rare sights (to understand and comprehend RARE is try walking thru the whole selangor for wild elephants, you cant find jack...

And here, we fight back for more, collecting more, burn more and destroying more.

its those thing which you are very well aware of but placed at the very end of the back burner.

i believe all organisation will have to play its role for the planet as it will one day come full circle back to us.

this is recommended to watch.

at Wednesday, October 24, 2007 0 comments  

Nothing significant except a SLAP on the face...

Its been pretty slow getting myself to update this blog recently. partly due to work, due to "secret" training due to stress...kinda lazy to stress myself further to update this blog..

Was at kiara yesterday evening.. ( sunday ) as i was walking back... i looked to my left a guy probably late 20's was in heated argument.. and all of a sudden. "ONE Tight SLAP".. smack on the ladies face...he shouted " Why did you lie to me..." Why must you cover a lie over a LIE!

"Shit man" i thought... why cant he just walk away....i retorted "easier said that done huh." as i made my laps.. i hear further shouting and now thats disturbing and also irritating my run.

hey man....if your reading this better to have it now that later..NO point slapping that gurl of yours( if she still is ) . She did that for a reason and you ain't the reason.

i seriously dont think a man should raise his hands on his woman..unless she gamble everything away or she did 5 guys without him knowing..

FUCK i cant RUN... i went back to the car as i passed by i looked at her.. she looked at me while the guy is firmly fixed on her. she lowered her head.

i can only guess....

at Monday, October 22, 2007 0 comments  

Time to practise transition interval.. again....

after 90 km...gotto use this route to practise transition

at Thursday, October 18, 2007 0 comments  

Nurse me back to health...

sux being sick for this long...this dammm flu is everywhere... and its quite resistant.. fuq..

at Saturday, October 13, 2007 0 comments  

Tan line is the new ultimate fashion accessory

Notice a person with tan;ll find a person with a positive and energetic outlook. Getting out and doing something under the sun and to add feeling alot better with doses of vit-D bombarding the skin.

I'd take 3-5 hours of sun & sweat , making me days happy with every weekly dose.

so which tanline do you have??.....

at Saturday, October 13, 2007 1 comments  

Selamat celebration of Open fasting

like to say Selamat Hari Raya to all my muslim friends... whom are going back to the north to the south , east to the west..with the New Spanking Baju Melayu and Baju Kurung... have a safe journey back to your hometown..( balik kampung and let's get fat )

at Thursday, October 11, 2007 0 comments  


These guy can throw some serious moves... was there to support some friends on the event... the brazilians, the samba the bantusian, the crowd are all pretty cool not to mention pretty hot too..the ladies i mean... check out the 3 min clip...the moves are just awesome..

at Tuesday, October 09, 2007 0 comments  

Kouta in EUROBIKE 07

shit i am sleepy.. kicking in.. nites

at Monday, October 08, 2007 0 comments  

Disco Boys tribute - Elevation

OOYohoo...Shoot me from a Gun... need to elevate me here... shit makes me wanna buy a disco jersey in tribute for the disco , what cha riding?

bet it makes makes you wanna fly .....

at Sunday, October 07, 2007 0 comments  

Interbike 2007 party

Man, where can you get Tour de France on a big screen and Pole dancing all in one???

las vegas baby....

at Sunday, October 07, 2007 0 comments  

Kickin like Sram

at Sunday, October 07, 2007 0 comments  

Sux being sick...

bleah...woke up late as usual but determine to make to the ride. Expected to only ride 70 but ended up with a 100. Riding with a runny nose isnt especially a easy thing to do when proper firing and making sure there is no riders behind is getting boogered.

more updates later la...

PS: lets see how many rider i infected today....

at Sunday, October 07, 2007 0 comments  

Bukit Timah@SG

A lil stupid to videocap this while steering with one hand..but hey its insanely fun... a good trip there to sg hiting the trails and meeting the natives there..


Ohh heck,after only being on a mtb for 3 times in 8 months and now hitting the trial in Sg i'd say its fun being on a mountain bike again.... there..i updated already....Aiyaa, DAMM IT if i say its fun,its fun ler...IF YOU WANT to know more on how its like , go register Presidential ride. BeLIEve me...

Here are some pics fromthe ride.

at Tuesday, October 02, 2007 0 comments  

Dove at first sight...

Something i'd like to share out...which i found.. :) cheers..Have a Good weekend...

It's a tale straight out of Disney – an abandoned baby monkey, close to death, is revived by the love of a bird.

The 12-week-old macaque was rescued on Neilingding Island, in Goangdong Province, China, after being abandoned by his mother.

Taken to an animal hospital, he was weaned back to physical health but still showed little appetite for life.

It was not until a fellow patient, a white pigeon, took him under her wing and showed him love and affection that he perked up.

Now the two are inseparable, say staff.

They are not the first odd couple. In March, we told how a tiger cub in China was being raised by a sow along with her piglets because his mother didn't know how to feed him.

And in 2005 Mi-Lu the baby deer became best friends with lurcher Geoffrey at the Knowsley Animal Park, in Merseyside, after being rejected by her mother

at Thursday, September 27, 2007 0 comments  

Bora Bora!!!

The current Top 10 Bora design. Swear it looks like one box set of DUNKIN DONUTS...i take 3 boxes please...

at Thursday, September 27, 2007 0 comments  

Rich? .. in health.. thats is....

Too bad our 3rd world mentality here has the " Your still cycling? " i'd swear they look their age too... Hmmmm maybe lactic acid has some secrets of its own...

at Monday, September 24, 2007 0 comments  

Terry Fox Run 2007

Now this is one hawt...-T-shirt..

at Monday, September 24, 2007 2 comments  


Not the lightest frame around but nice to know they put it on a weight lifting program in some gym in germany.

at Monday, September 24, 2007 1 comments  

Lactic Acid?

Man..i get it free all the time... perhaps i can sell my lactic acid to them..
( here, take some acid " wipe sweat from leg" and put it on your reduces the impurities )

at Sunday, September 23, 2007 1 comments  

Hin Tong with 3 out of 46 teeth slicing to a 6 inches gash during a MTB ride....chain lube included....(Presidential RIDE very afriad)

at Sunday, September 23, 2007 0 comments  

Riding Alone and spinning along

In time competitive spirit can be one that eventually causes the competitive sport addict to become disinterested.. Once you start to lost interest to compete, what else is there to do with this dwindling interest?.Go for a leisure ride?. Yes, the competitor can like both, the race and the leisure aspects- but if you are not in love with the act of cycling and just competing with your opponent- you will eventually call it quits. i well know i can't push for speed forever.

I have encountered the triathlete type who see no fun in the bike if they are not racing... Just to go out and ride is foreign to them..

One amazing thing I shall ever remember, driving down the highway in BATU CAVES going back to Damansara... A group of triathlete males, abandoned a beautiful female ride alone on that extremely busy road. Hell.. maybe she can take care of herself or maybe she want it that way.. but to expose oneself to the factors of these elements of heat,fumes and traffic and fatigue and the belief of invincibility is purely ignorant.

Heah, I am not picking upon Triathletes, just sometimes any of us can take it too seriously..

Biking is great. The people you meet and the stories you hear.. 16 years ago on my First ever race and till now i have meet those whom is still "here" and those whom has gone and came back.. There is always a story out there to learn from one great.. We immediately relate to one another. At least those I meet..
Think it is just not the act of riding long distances itself, but sharing with other cyclist the stories..

For me at this point, i have place an emphasis on " Reconstruction " the qualities of objective training ride again taking a 3 step back to move 5 steps forward method and i goona do it alone or with buddies in times...but i am sure to take the "middle path".

at Sunday, September 23, 2007 0 comments  


dont think we need one here... since no not many cycle to work here. who am i kidding.. like the city council will actually do one or perhaps for the DH'er at Kiara will lobby for one..

at Sunday, September 23, 2007 0 comments  

PCC_NEXUS Presidential RIDE 2007

IT'S OPEN!!!! for 60 km of HAMMER TIME.. Mari Tolak Basikal, MTB TIME ....

Spend a Sunday filling your body with lactic acid and getting sunburnt
over 60km(+/-) of wonderful trails cutting across varied terrain in
Kajang/Semenyih. 3 weekend rides in one! Many new sections with
fabulous singletracks and less tarmac. Something for everyone – fast
fireroads, gorgeous singletracks, lung-busting climbs and adrenaline
pumping downhills. All rideable. Just a matter of how long it takes
you. With an escape route thrown in for the chickens! So whether
you're an advanced beginner or beginning to be advanced, there will be
a ride to remember.

Idea is to just go out and complete all 4 stages linked into one
gigantic loop and qualify for the main draw! It's NOT a race so stop
as often as you wish to savour the sights, sounds and scents along the way. Ride at a comfortable pace. No prize for the fastest! Only for the luckiest! If your enjoyable suffering is reaching the limit, don't worry. We have the Chicken Loop. But as a chicken, of course you don't
get full bragging rights… but you still get a shot at the general draws, as long as you do the first loop and collect the sticker at the first checkpoint!

There will be 4 checkpoints. So please check in, collect all the stickers on your Ride Passport as proof of ride completion to qualify for the main draw. Some checkpoints double as water stations for you to refill.

1. All participants must pre-register. Forms are available with our weekly newsletter, at our website or at popular bikeshops (KSH and Bike Pro included). Pre-registering helps us gauge the amount of water and refreshments required. So, register. CLOSING DATE IS 31 OCTOBER 2007.

2. A very big, extremely unreasonable fee of RM25 will be charged to cover costs of organizing and for refreshment and water. Rest assured none of the money will be used for personal shopping at BikePro or KSH Bikes the following week. Promise.

3. On ride day, registered participants will be given a RIDE PASSPORT which must be produced to collect all checkpoint stickers in order to qualify for the main draw.

4. The lucky draw will comprise of types. For those not lucky enough to complete all stages. And for those lucky enough, you will qualify for the main draw!

5. Participants will be given a really nice limited edition T-shirt. This time we mean it.

7.00am Arrival, check-in and collection of Ride Passport.
7.45am Event and safety briefing.
8.00am Flag off by PCC President
2.00pm Most riders expected back
3.00pm Lucky draws start on the dot, all riders in or not.
4.00pm Go home. Pass out! Hope you had a good time.
Schedule is an accurate approximate and is just to give you a good
idea of the day's event.

Only 5 – 7 hours on a `good' day for average riders! Great warm-up to the Penang MTB Jamboree happening the following month!

Registration forms available from main bike shops in the Klang Valley, from our website and from PCC's weekly newsletter Spokes n Nipples. Please return completed form along with payment to:

1. Alan/ Leong of KSH Bikes, TTDI;
2. Boon Foo of BikePro, Taman Megah;
3. Rob/Yong/Peter/Danny/James Yap/James Bak/William Mok of PCC during
weekend rides or whenever you see them.

Out-station Participants
Please complete registration form and fax to 03 9287 5385 (Attn: Peter
Choong) together with deposit slip evidencing payment of RM25 fee as

Account No: 2-14129-00106770
Bank: RHB Bank Berhad

31 October 2007. Limited to 600 participants only on a
first-come-first-serve basis!

For More Info
Go to or email
or call anyone of the following persons for any further info:

Rob 012 6191 308
Yong 012 225 9910
Pete 012 227 4443
Danny 013 330 3325
James Yap 012 3458 204
James Bak 012 222 1200
William 012 2039 638

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Awesome takes balls man..

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Aero Maxiposi-tioning X brand handlebar...

Require 3x handlebar grip tape... LOL! Fugly...

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Intestate 2007 picture albums

ALL 3 part of INTERSTATE 2007 compilation close to 200 pic.

Compliments from Andy,Kok Leong and Jesper, Thank them when you see them.

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Reasons to date cyclist.... : -)

  • That bulge isn't just the chamois.
  • Balls of steel.
  • We can go for hours and hours even when it hurts.
  • We know how to take it easy.
  • We know not to go real hard right from the beggining.
  • Smoother legs than you.
  • Skin tight lycra is real easy to take off.
  • Can you say perfectly sculpted legs?
  • Better power-to-weight ratio than a small car.
  • We don't need booths to get our amazing tan...lines.Perfect ass.
  • Diamond cut calves.
  • Incredible thigh definition.
  • Who else can perform for over 5 hours a day for 20 consecutive days?
  • When it gets hard, we find a rhythym and pound away.
  • We go hard and push until it gets even harder.
  • Some days we feel the need to attack, explore, and adventure.
  • We know that everything needs to be properly lubricated before it can be used to its full potential.
  • Even when we're about to explode, we can always hang on a little bit longer.
  • We always have water bottles and snacks laying around for those those times when it gets real long.

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Shimano of a kind crank....

Cant get it at BIKEPRO ,dude.

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Its either this guy custom made this bike rack..or italians dont know how to design bike racks...

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Mizuno Wave Run 2007

Had good fun ... Didn't really push for it.. kinda still out of breath from Interstate 2007..pretty cool indeed..the variation of tarmac involved from gradual to steep slopes to run on... but heck, its the pretty normal for pacesetters to train there its familiar ground... having fun in the sun..Stats avg : hr 154 bpm. Saw Raymond,Richard,Laif ,Pheobe and other i missed out..... however didnt see that genetically modified Ashly there.. she must be somewhere..

Pictures below courtesy of Andy and Joanne whom came all the way to snap and cheer all of us.

Cheers guys!!

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Pics of Interstate 2007

Now crank it up...

Turn up the tempo...

Yeah! rocking it...

Yap tucked in, breathin in, breathin out..

" I was once a handsome prince until an evil cyclist named Dennis put a spell on me...."
that's one massive peloton...
if i can't have a pink t-mobile anymore least i have a pink pcc jersey

Never seen so much pink before....on one spot.

i 'm with World Champ

nice...very nice can we eat now?

James , Don, Boon Foo being in front...

Hell Yeah.....!

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More Interstate 07 pictures

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INTERSTATE 2007 Pcc Cycling - Feel the love yet?

How does one start writing-up an epical bicycling adventure that starts in the suburbs of Ipoh and traverses to the coastal town of Penang in 80 hours? It is difficult enough to remember exactly what happened right before, during and after those 80 hours, the whole ride seemed a blur.With the knowledge of knowing that this Interstate sets the bar in terms of luxury accommodation,ballroom presentations and not forgetting the food.... Here's what left a lasting impression.

Everyone wakes up,fill up ,gear up,jeered up and meet up at the lounge of casturina hotel.I'd said i'd promised to stay with the group. (which i did not manage to,either too fast or too bonked ).Then blame it on the ever uncertain dynamics of the whole peloton with the rider's personality mixed up with their bikes personality and the exchange of energy between them, i'd swear they are half people , half bicycle .Which in results i came to an epiphany of realizing that every trial and tribulation in a long distance event is root caused by knowingly being there on the bike and "gives'ing it "

And yep folks - it's all in the mind, especially in a cyclist mind riding Interstate 2007.

"When you're out there on the bike, you've got a lot of time to think. And what goes through your mind has the power to get you that extra 50ks or bring you down and make cycling seem impossible."

"when you're out there on the bike , knowingly push on with the fact there is 30 riders following , what goes through your mind to power on for the next 30mins to make the pull"

"when you're out there on the bike , knowingly pushin on with the fact there is 10 riders is catching up on you , what goes through your mind to catch them when they pass by while having limited or no reserves left within to hook on "

I'd says there's no rules for good and bad days.

Sometimes you do 150ks and you feel like you could go on for another 50 more - it might be a beautiful day or you might have a good tailwind. But when you're sun-stroked and burnt and there's another 40 ks to go, sometimes you do want to stop. You have to be able to imagine the friend that's waiting for you , the nice cold shower or the nice cold drink to take you through the last k's .. otherwise you couldn't do it. Knowingly there is an untapped reserve within that guides you thru an autopilot of zen like nature which pushes and says "its alright, you'll make it"

The memories of motion still lingers in the muscles of the legs and round and round they seem to goes.( i'd swear i still feel it now)

Feeling satisfied in life is a matter of finding the right perspective from which to view it. At least that's the conclusion I came to after finishing this year's Interstate 2007.

In epilog,

i'd say its job well done to the PCC committee..i'd thank the collective effort of everyone ( including sponsors,support, camera dudes & dudettes ) in which this will never be able to materialized. i'd say thanks to those extra 110++ rider to make up the amount from last years 150 to 260 this year ( whom dared to register) . i'd say thank for the awesome weather.
and i'd say thanks that everything went well...and no bike were harmed. ;)

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Eurobike 2007. Enjoy

Interstate Picture are a in the mids of distribution and collection , Meanwhile enjoy Eurobike's pic@flickr

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Race Win with helmet Cam : Featuring Limp Bizkit & Disturbed , very Cool.

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Cliff Bar commercial : HiIarious....

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Interstate 2007

Goona love the Sunshine.....

258 rider...258 bikes. 258 helmets, 2 x 258 bottles..Min 516 spare tubes. Spinning at whole 20,640 rpm.

No pushing.. no stress, just ride

Tip 1: Powergel expensive? Try dates, as in dates the fruit...not girl date...

Tip 2: bring zip lock bag for rain.

Tip 3: bring zip ties.

Tip 4: Wash your shoes.. or wash/replace you insoles before interstate . you dont want it to stink the room.your room mate will hate you.

Tip 5: Bring bike lube.rain takes ur oil away.

Tip 6: Bring clean your bike. Ahem ..sho"cough" wer room..last day.cough..
Tip 7: End every ride with a positive note.

Tip 8 : bring a camera its a darn good excuse to take a rest :)

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