Malaysia

  • 2013 Jelajah Malaysia stage 1: Bukit Jalil – Rembau

    by - Jun 27, 2013
    Not even the palpable haze blanketing Jelajah Malaysia could choke the momentum of Synergy Baku Cycling Project’s excellent inaugural season as Kirill ‘The Killer’ Pozdnyakov launched his winning attack just two kilometres from the finish line...
  • 2013 Jelajah Malaysia preview

    by - Jun 22, 2013
    As the 100th edition of Le Tour sucks up most of the available column inches for the next month, many smaller UCI races will have an even harder time than usual to claw their way onto...
  • 2013 Melaka Governor Cup

    by - Apr 23, 2013
    Two veterans of the sport squared off in yesterday’s 197.6km Melaka Governor Cup, but it was CCN Cycling Team’s resident 46 year-old Lex Nederlof who usurped Singapore’s tenacious Sea Keong Loh, after the two stole away...
  • Meet the (cycling) press: Shamshul Fitri

    by - Mar 27, 2013
    From the first day the Cycling iQ blog started, I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know a core group of individuals that share a similar objective: discover and broadcast information held captive inside Asia’s growing,...
  • Cycle Asia cycling series launches

    by - Jan 21, 2013
    Spectrum Worldwide, the Singapore-based event management company which owns and operates several mass participation cycling events, including the hugely-successful OCBC Cycle Singapore, this week launched ‘Cycle Asia’; a regional concept promising to give amateur cyclists access...
  • 2013 Tour de Langkawi route announced

    by - Sep 19, 2012
    Malaysia’s Le Tour de Langkawi is arguably the pinup event in the first half of the AsiaTour calendar. Though the 2.HC-ranked Tours of Qatar and Oman have superior funding, ‘LTdL’ delivers colour, passion, energized racing and professionalism...
  • 2012 Jelajah Malaysia preview

    by - May 7, 2012
    Is there a better host country for a bicycle race in Asia than Malaysia? Climate, terrain, food, cycling culture, organizational nous – all the boxes are ticked. The nation has already hosted three major professional cycling...
  • Pro Cycling: how far would you go? Asia

    by - Mar 30, 2012
    As professional road cycling continues to spread its global wings, it has been fascinating to witness the number of Asian, Australian and Kiwi cyclists breaking into the top echelon of professional road cycling; sometimes via quite long...
  • 2012 Le Tour de Langkawi stage 10 Tasik Kenyir – Kuala Terengganu

    by - Mar 5, 2012
    In yesterday’s ninth stage, Terengganu locals had their hopes quashed by an unfortunate crash that wiped Malaysian sprinters Anuar Manan and Harrif Salleh from stage win contention. Today was the last chance for a Malaysian stage...
  • 2012 Le Tour de Langkawi stage 9 Kemasik – Kuala Terengganu

    by - Mar 3, 2012
    Pouring rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of Kuala Terengganu’s cycling-mad population at the start of today’s 165.7km ninth stage. Terengganu’s capital city is hosting the final two stage finishes of this year’s Tour de Langkawi –...