Thank you to everyone who's followed and participated in this environmental video journey. In Southeast Asia and everywhere.
In the heart of the world's most populous island, one where cities like Jakarta and Surabaya are known for their near endless grit and sprawl, Jogja is clean, friendly, bikeable and teeming with student life, culture and art.
A long bridge connects Malaysia to Singapore. Every day thousands of moto-mounted labourers stream across to work for the big money in Singapore and return home each night to their families in Malaysia.
At the southernmost tip of Continental Asia, where Malaysia looks out over the water at the island of Singapore, is the point known as Tanjung Piai. In this region, Serina Rahman invited Green Riders to visit the community where she works and lives.
What he didn't mention at the time was the scope of his vision. All students would build and maintain their own bicycles from recycled junk yard parts. His route planning would include mangrove exploration and the southernmost point of continental asia.
Light our way, track our way and record our way... CatEye lights, cycle computers and even the brand new INOU. Provided for GREEN RIDERS by GH Speedbikes, in this gear review, we give our run down on CatEye products.
The Green Riders review the Endura Humvee and Humvee Light baggie shorts with liners, as well as Hummvee, FS260-Pro and Burner jerseys.
In episode six, GREEN RIDERS are invited to join Food Tour Malaysia for a late-night feast in all the dark corners of KL. We get to peek into the deliciousness that is Malaysia's multiculturalism, and witness the greatest pork-soup fired cover of We Are the World ever. Seriously. Ever.
Limar helmets have been keeping our brains safe, and their lenses have been keeping our (well, Kenny's) eyes on the road. Provided for GREEN RIDERS by GH Speedbikes, in this gear review, the Green Riders give our run down on Limar.
In episode five, GREEN RIDERS go to the source and find Southeast Asia's first rubber tree, in Kantang, Thailand. We explore the complex, rubber-made story behind this most common of materials, a story of pestilence, slavery, deep jungles, big dreams, dashed hopes and a whole lot of drippy, white sap.