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Zilla

Any cyclist here?

Post by Zilla » Thu, 21 Oct 2004 3:19 pm

Hi,

I'm looking for a cycling partner.
Cycling alone is damn bored.
So, if any of you in the same case, let me cycle with you.

Male or female, can contact me.

Hope to hear from you soon !

Ciao ciao, :lol:

Zilla - zilla@pacific.net.sg

Dan

Post by Dan » Thu, 21 Oct 2004 4:14 pm

I have a bell but no cycle.

That's no good really is it :(

Zilla

You got what?

Post by Zilla » Thu, 21 Oct 2004 11:26 pm

Hi thanks,

Well, at least you got a bell.
Thats a good start.

Let me introduce myself to get attention here.

I'm a cycling lover. Young female.
Working as a executive in Advertising industry.
Good looking, ambitious and funny.
I dont take life seriously and ussually laugh along with it.
I'm single and looking too!
I'm hoping to get to know someone warm and cycling lover too.
We can go cycling to the mountain and enjoy the view!

Right guy, pedal to me ASAP.

Zilla - zilla@pacific.net.sg

roach

Post by roach » Fri, 22 Oct 2004 4:48 pm

Shame you're in Singapore, i'm a real keen cyclist, but in Phnom Penh - long way to cycle to enjoy the view from the mountain you're on about...

Zillaa

Nice mountain view, indeed !

Post by Zillaa » Fri, 22 Oct 2004 6:19 pm

Well, thanks for replying.
You can start cycling to me if you interested, better start now as it will took you long time before you reach Singapore, and when you reach here i hope you still got enough energy for the Mountain View :lol:

I cant believe, none of the people here is cyclist.
Not even, looking for a attractive cycling partner like me? :cry:

World peace...

guest

Post by guest » Fri, 22 Oct 2004 6:53 pm

Zila,

U checked yr mail?

Guest

Post by Guest » Sun, 07 Nov 2004 2:38 am

Hey i am finding someone to cycle too! Maybe we can go cycle together sometime.

cybert

night cycling

Post by cybert » Thu, 27 Jan 2005 2:47 pm

Would you prefer night cycling?
i think it is cooling that way...
thinking of gathering more people to join as club, more fun

James

night cycling

Post by James » Fri, 04 Mar 2005 10:39 am

yeah, sound's good.
i'd be up for joining in with a bit of night cycling.

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cycling partner

Post by Goldy locks » Mon, 28 Mar 2005 2:43 pm


Zilla, My husband and I are being transfered to Singapore in July both of us are active cyclist here in Perth. My Husband knows a bloke up in Singapore who rides with a group up there. When I find out a little more on the group where they start how far they go blah blah blah.... I will let you know other wise depending on your fitness level and how far you like to ride I would like to join you ( when I get there of course ) by the replies you may have even started up your own peloton by then.
Im a fit and very active 38 yrs young! :)

avid cyclist

Post by avid cyclist » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 1:25 pm

Hi peeps :D

Here are the websites for a few of the cycling groups

Singapore Amateur Cycling Association (SACA) http://www.cycling.org.sg/
Singapore Bike Hash http://www.twa.com.sg/sbh/
ANZA Cycling Club http://www.anza.org.sg/index2.php?page=cycling

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Post by Goldy locks » Wed, 30 Mar 2005 8:08 pm

thanks for the web sites Avid cyclist nice to see so many varied rides to choose from. We will be sure to try them out when we arrive. Just curious what are the road conditions like surfaces, traffic etc...We both ride road bikes ( Bianchi & Colnago). :)

avid cyclist

Post by avid cyclist » Thu, 31 Mar 2005 1:11 pm

Singapore has very good quality roads. However, they’re really crowded during peaks hours and motorists don’t normally make any allowance for cyclists so some do end up cycling on the pavements ! ! ! Early morning cycling’s ideal, especially Sundays. It’s much cooler then too.

My favourite places to cycle at are Pulau Ubin http://www.wildsingapore.com/ubin/places/cycling.htm and Upper Pierce reservoir. :D
Cyclings trips to Malaysia (http://www.rsyc.org.sg/photos/bicycle/; http://www.pbase.com/icky/) or Indonesia (http://user.chollian.net/~hwayon/sing/) are pretty common too.

One could also join the triathletes when they’re doing their cycling training.
Triathlon Association of Singapore (TAS) http://www.triathlonsingapore.org/
http://www.tribob.com/camp_schedule.html

View more cycling photos on SACA’s gallery or http://www.sportsphotox.com/

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Post by Goldy locks » Fri, 01 Apr 2005 9:08 pm

Thanks Avid cyclist we recognise the club kit from the Anzac cycling club as some of the guys in the bunch here have purchased them whilst riding up in singapore. All sounds good - a ride suited for all up there Im sure we will fit in nicely.

Nice to see they have a good triathlon scene too.

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Post by Edtan » Tue, 04 Dec 2012 9:26 am

We have a group cycling here at Thomson OCBC/Long House on Sunday and Saturday.
Saturday as early as 6am Joy Rider group.
630am Joy Rider and others

Sunday 8am : Group cycling mostly veteran over 50 yrs old but dont be mistaken they are fast too.
830am Larger group around 60 to 100 cyclists

You are welcome to join any of the above group. Btw the 8am group on Sunday, we started this group at OCBC since 1992 with about 10 cyclists.

Ride safe.
cheers

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