Although all bicycles sold in Japan are registered with the local government as an anti-theft measure, a study by the Tokyo metropolitan government suggests that implementing license plates will be even more beneficial.
Adiq Othman for Giro del Trentino 2012
The existence of East Flood Canal (KBT) is not only functioned as flood barrier in the north and east of Jakarta, but also can be used as a bike lane. With a 23.5-kilometer long dry trace, KBT banks became the longest bike lane in Jakarta.
Spain’s Oscar Pujol Munoz won all three titles the Tour de Singkarak after finishing in the main group of a bunch sprint in the seventh and final stage in West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Yesterday ended the 5th Stage of Tour de Singkarak 2012 and as scenic as Indonesia has always been, the riders started the 149km journey at Padang Panjang, all the way to Singkarak.
Thailand tourists looking for an active way to spend a day may find what they are looking for when the Phuket Mountain Bike Hash race returns on June 24th 2012.
The 77.6-kilometer Sawahlunto – Sawahlunto first stage starts in Taman Segitiga, Sawahlunto toward Silungkang, Sijunjung and Muara Sijunjung, then goes back to Silungkang and ends in Sawahlunto.
Japanese Masakazu Ito of Aisan Racing Team Japan was victorious in the opening stage of the 2012 Tour de Singkarak cycling race on Monday in Sawahlunto, West Sumatra.
The days when the bicycle was labeled the lowest means of transportation are fading away. Today, a bike comes with a price tag of more than Rp 60 million (US$6420) and has become a new symbol of a modern lifestyle among urbanites.
A worker at a bike rental site near Xinzhuang Station on Line 1, who identified himself only as Ji, said about 80 percent of his 1,000 bikes are lent and returned at his station every day during morning rush hour.