AN angry Anuar Manan cannot wait for the start of Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) on Friday and believes this year's race will be one for the fans to savour.
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Telekom Malaysia Berhad has always been a significant contributor to the success of the biggest race in Asia, Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL), which enters its 17th edition from 24 February to 4 March.
As if making foldable bicycles is not difficult enough, Tern develops the Andros Stem - an adjustable stem that not only adjusts for height, but also reach.
A $5,000 Specialized Dealer Grant through Asheville retailer Motion Makers helped leverage funding for the $130,000 project. Almost $80,000 has been raised for the project so far.
Top Malaysian cyclists Azizulhasni Awang and Josiah Ng will surely be praying for better luck in their return visit to the newly-built London Velodrome when the Olympics rolls by in July.
Merida has launched a new lightweight race bike, the Scultura SL, that they say is the most advanced road model they’ve ever made. The frame weighs just 844g, tests have shown that it is extremely stiff, and Merida reckon they’ve engineered in a high level of comfort thanks to the use of flax fibres in the construction.
FIGOS Operations Director, Mr Tang Kok Wai proudly announced that FIGOS will contribute a variety of FIGOS Merchandise which includes clothing, track-suit and sports shoes to the organiser with an estimated value of RM *50,000, the merchandise will be for invited guests, officials of the secretariat and volunteers.
Thomas Binggeli, the new CEO of BMC (see photo), sits firmly in the saddle: just three months after joining, he announced considerable structural changes – from a reinforced management team to a sharpened brand profiling.
Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM), the official broadcaster of the prestigious Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) 2012, pledged its commitment to provide the best coverage for the annual cycling tour.
China has been one of the main engines of growth for car companies in the last few years. That phenomenal momentum in China's thirst for more autos may be coming to an end, however. Last month sales of cars and light vehicles dropped 23.8% year-over-year, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers.