Tour of Singapore 2011 teaser.
Check this one out!
This is almost 2 years overdue, but better late than never we suppose.
For those who were involved in Tour of Singapore 2010, enjoy reliving the moments!
We might just see you again this year.
Do make time for this event. It’s for a good cause. Support these good people.
“Date: Saturday February 11 2012
Meet-up location: McDonald’s, Kallang (Carpark)
Ending location: Mcdonald’s, Kallang
Estimated distance: 80km (EAST SIDE ROUTE!!)
Donation: $15 per head (All guests are entitled to a TR Bikes discount voucher)
Hey everyone! We are back for the 2nd series of our fun rides! And this time, we’re doing a NIGHT RIDE!
Any bikes are welcome to take part in this ride. All riders, upon donation of $15, will be entitled to a 15% discount courtesy of our beloved local bike shop, TR BIKES. Estimated distance will be 80km, with an average speed of 20km/h.
THIS IS NOT A RACE!
RIDERS ARE ADVISED TO WEAR HELMET, AND SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE REAR (RED) HAZARD LIGHTS!
Riders from the previous Pedal For A Cause #1 need not donate again BUT YOU CAN DONATE STILL CAUSE DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!!!
To take part, please log onto http://www.awwa.org.sg/. Click under Donate and select the tab of ‘Pedal For A Cause’ under the ‘Please select the cause or activities/events that you wish to support’ section. Please print out the pay pal receipt once you have donated and bring it with you on the day of the ride! IT’S THAT EASY!!
Team Kayuh Kuat Kuat will be putting together a series of 4 fun rides around Singapore to raise funds for their adopted cause Asian Women’s Welfare Association in preparation of their main cycling event in June 2012. So join the fun-loving team on Saturday February 11 as they traverse through the eastern part of Singapore.
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pedal-For-A-Cause/203158183048979“
Finally I managed my time to head down to the track and witness some of the young and promising riders and even the veterans competing the bmx race. I’m quite happy with the track condition so far as there’s no crack on the jumps and sets but the local cycling association would’ve done better to promote BMX racing to the masses.
Be part of Singapore’s first-ever Wheelchair and Handcycling sports community race event open to both the able-bodied and the physically challenged. Click here for more info.
This needs no introduction. Don’t snooze!