AhPek Biker - Riding Adventures
Let's Cycle 2015
Let's Cycle is Malaysia's 8TV program about two cyclists (Baki & Rickman) taking on Peninsular Malaysia in 2014, cycling around the peninsular within a month. They not just cycled but went on to meet the people at the places that they stopped at, learnt and participated in the distinct local culture. Wherever they went there was always a warm welcome for them, with the locals proud to show them the local culture.
This year, in 2015 8TV is doing another TV program but this time with a unique twist. They have invited three other cyclist to join them in their cycling adventures. These will be senior people whom many may think old but who are young at heart (and perhaps physically they are too). The objective is to demonstrate that older people can take on tough physical tasks like cycling and at the same time enjoy life even in their later years. The three who will join them are Uncle Lim (a septuagenarian); and my friends Sin (of the hApPy HaPpY blogs) and Fenn, both of whom are in their fifties.
Together they will cycle from Kuala Lumpur to Penang Island in a week. Along the way they will pass the night at Kuala Kubu Baru, Bidor, Ipoh, Sauk, Kuala Sepetang, Bukit Mertajam. Their route will take them pass towns and villages where there will get to see and experience the distinctiveness of each place and their people. What an adventure it will be!
8TV WILL START AIRING "LET'S CYCLE 2015" FROM OCTOBER 4TH 2015. SO LOOK OUT FOR IT!
Some friends and I were able to join Fenn and Sin to give them some moral support for part of their adventure. We may not have been part of the TV program, but it was still an interesting journey for us. Below are the tales of the parts that we were involved in, click on the respective photo to view individual blogs:
MORE RIDE BLOGS COMING SOON.
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