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Had a blast at the Tadom Warrior Sprint 2015 event, It was not by any means difficult however it was enjoyable. Having obstacles back to back as the course itself was around 3km only. Here is my POV video from the event.    

Before entering the Klang Premier Century Ride 2015 I had heard from my team-mates about the danger of this event due the condition of the roads in Klang. However I chose to brush it off and register anyway. This being only by third event I had ever registered for, as previously I had only done one proper century ride an another 128km enduride. Also I do find it strange that they call it a century ride when the total distance was only 122km. Most probably the organisers lack the understanding the methodology of a century ride. Anyway before flagging off, I had done some research on the route, which was very flat, and I had imagined it to be fast paced and difficult for riders to breakaway from the main peloton. The elevation gain for the total ride was only around 100 meters. This meant it would be difficult to see any breakaways…

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Regardless of how far you will be riding your bike, there a few essentials that you should not leave home without. It might seems excessive at first, however this will prevent you from being stranded in the middle of nowhere and not being able to pedal home. I will not cover all the items that you can bring along, however I will concentrate on the essentials you will need. These are the items that are always with me on any ride. 1. Spare tubes One of the most essential item to bring on a ride is the spare tubes. Now personally I would carry two tubes when going on long rides alone or when riding in a small group. As the unluckiest of days could result in two punctures in a day. During larger group rides, you can make do with just one spare tube. As in case of emergency there…

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Fuji Sportif 2.1

Growing up my parents introduced me to cycling fairly early, I was handed down a red bicycle which had what I called Swedish styled brakes, where you had to pedal backwards so that the brakes would engage the rear wheel. Till today I can still recall the scrapes and burns from falling off the bike for those first few attempts on learning how to balance myself on two wheels. And when the moment finally came, when the bicycle was well balanced and travel just as I wanted it to go, the feeling was spectacular, a sense of freedom. Now flash forward 25 years and I have just picked up my first road bike, I had never imagined that the world of cycling was a $6 billion dollar industry and that some bicycles would literally cost  you and an arm or a leg. Cycling as a kid was much simpler, it would either…

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I’ve actually contemplated for quite some time now to buy a new lens, and as I have praised this lens many times before it was no surprise that the Nikon 35mm 1.8G DX would be my top for a prime lens along side my trusty 50mm f1.8.  This will not be a thorough review of the lens but just a short test run with the lens as I have yet had the time to full test the lens to its fullest potential. So far its been great shooting with a prime lens again, as essentially with a 35mm on cropped sensor is actually  52mm focal length if it was a full frame camera.  From the very brief time I’ve had with the lens I can positively say that lens gives excellent image quality for each shot, it is a value for money lens as it does not cost an arm of…

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