Saturday, July 31, 2010
We need to come up with an easier way to accomplish / streamline the following :-
1) When to ride ?
2) Who wants to ride ah ?
3) Where to go ?
4) Who calls / text / twitter / what'sup who ?
Frankly, all the above takes more time than the ride itself. My suggestion (open to other ideas) is to create a default !!
This is my proposed default.
When to Ride - Monday, Wednesday, Friday (open to suggestion, we can change the days) (Saturday & Sunday is open to other riding projects other than the default)
Where to go - Check the La Gauk Run route
What time - 5:45pm - 6 pm (open to suggestion)
Where to meetup - TK Gadong (next to fuel station, perfect for fillup)
Who leads / sweeper - none (we all know what to do)
Safety Briefing - none (we all know what to do)
Riding Speed - don't care (ride safe, that's all)
Peer Pressure - We got nothing to prove, so ride as per your own comfortable speed and capabilities (especially during corners), most importanly, ride safe
Left behind - so what ?, just meet up at our last stop, no big deal
Most importantly, who wants to ride that day, please do come, who don't feel like riding, busy for work related matters, no pressure to come. No need to call la. hehe, We will push off at 6 pm (as of now, this can change and open to suggestion). Whoever comes late, just ride and meet up at end point. No big deal.
The only rule that should be adhered : is to always be in pair or more. Never leave a single rider by him/herself. Whoever wants to ride faster may do so, the rest who wants to take their time and cruise can do so (in pair or more). No need to speed to catch up to next pack, just use your own judgement and common sense.
Note (the route may change and will be notified as per when that happens). As of now, our default start will be at TK (Gadong) and we will end up either at Sampurna (Gadong) or Kayu (Jangsak). We will pick the end point before we start each run. Anybody who wish to add their suggestion are most welcomed. This is not concrete. Keep the rules simple, most importantly, ride more, talk less and be safe.
Friday, July 30, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Gay but sweet..
Adam's making a crazy monkey techno dance.
Irwan, i like your style haa.. u just won one million dollar.
i still like your style irwan.. XD
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
- TK Menglait 550pm, jalan 6pm
- iLotus Curves
- Old Airport Right Curve
- Right @ Edinburgh Traffic
- Kumbang Pasang Curve
- Left behind Immigration
- Straight pass Edinburgh Traffic
- Old Airport Left Curve
- Airport Rings
- Underpass Manggis Roundabout
- Roundabout Sg Akar turn Mabohai
- Kebangsaan/ Mabohai highway
- Big screen SOAS turn right
- Traffic light Jubilee/SOAS turn left
- BOMBA traffic turn right
- Mahkamah Curve
- Roundabout Jame turn Beribi
- Roundabout TAIB straight
- Roundabout Beribi left to Jangsak
- Jangsak Curves
- U-Turn Jangsak
- Maju Traffic turn left
- 360 at roundabout then right to empty area
- U-Turn at empty area back to roundabout
- Roundabout to Maju traffic
- Roundabout Beribi
- Roundabout TAIB
- Roundabout Jame
- END SAMPORNA
Monday, July 26, 2010
Saturday, July 24, 2010
By Andrew Liszewski
Because I’m sure everyone loves adding yet another item to the list of things they have to buy batteries for, KJ Global is selling this electronic bike bell which runs on 2xAAs. To be honest I’ve no idea how it’s an improvement over the bell you’ve been ringing since your tricycle days, maybe it’s a bit louder? Maybe a bit more annoying so pedestrians or vehicles don’t ignore it? I’m not sure. It is waterproof though, so you don’t have to cover it up should you get caught in the rain, and it runs about $26 (£17.63) from the aforementioned KJ Global.
Bubbles and King Kong need this upgrade!
By Andrew Liszewski
It’s not uncommon to see a van or even a car that’s been specially converted so they can be driven by someone who’s confined to a wheelchair, but motorcycles are a different story. Until now, it’s been impossible for someone who’s physically disabled below the waist to enjoy the open road experience, but the Conquest, from a company called Mobility Conquest, changes that. As you can see in the photos, it’s not exactly your standard looking motorcycle, but its unique design allows it to be driven by a person in a wheelchair, while they’re still in their chair.
An automatic ramp at the back of the Conquest makes it easy to enter or exit the vehicle, and a simple locking mechanism ensures the driver, and a passenger, both remain secure during the ride. An 1170 CC engine gives the trike a top speed of 105 mph and a 0 to 60 time of 7.6 seconds, and a set of push button Kliktronic controls allow the driver to shift through all 6 gears (5 + reverse) right from the handlebars.
Somebody get me one of these. I really want to ride! I guess this is what Batman would ride if he were a cripple.