anyone who knows the racing scene in Asia won't be surprised that there are so-called 'illegal' crits springing up here and there, most get no bother and are out of the way so as to not annoy any of our friendly car-bound fellow folks. when there are almost no races being sanctioned by the cycling … Continue reading Singapore non-sanctioned crit organisers arrested
great ride last weekend by CPCS rider Donald MacDonald from Singapore (by way of Scotland) and his Direct Asia teammate Pierre-Alain Scherwey. the pair were riding in the Singapore Cycling Federation Celebration Series TTT and managed 3rd place, behind the Infinite team rider and the winners, from the Kenyan national team, no less! great work, … Continue reading Crank Punk Coaching Systems: Donald MacDonald hits the podium!
i'm so excited i think i might wet my pants. Thursday today, i've a to-do list for my to-do list, i've that much stuff to plow through before i take off tomorrow to Singapore to take part in the National Champs there. i missed them last year due to a race somewhere but i won … Continue reading Singapore National Champs & then MONGOLIA!
Taipei airport, 7pm, Tuesday 27th. immigration point. 'sorry, can you come with me please?' these are not the words you want to hear when you are just 2 meters from crossing into a country. you turn to see the origin of the words. see the uniform. white shirt. black pants. functional shoes. small badge, gold-edged. … Continue reading racing in Batam & the Immigration Nightmare
yes, i'm in Singapore, over here to race in just a few short hours on Saturday morning, Batam 6 Bridges race, which you may have guessed, yes! is a race over 7 bridges. i like Singapore, it's kinda scary in that it is way too clean for a city but other than that it is … Continue reading cp vid #2: crankpunking in Singapore