WORD of mouth brought them here, and Ed Clancy and Aaron Gate believe the growing reputation of the OCBC Cycle Singapore will make it even bigger over the next few years.
TNP PHOTO: Yap Ning
Mr Walter van Praag suffers from cystic fibrosis, a genetic life-threatening condition.
Few who have this illness live past their 20s, according to studies. Mr van Praag, a Dutch-born Australian, is 47.
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After the death of yet another cyclist, the calls for a separate cycling lane on our roads have regained momentum recently.
Cyclist Freddy Khoo, an avid triathlete, died after a collision with a lorry at Loyang Avenue last month.
The trio have been measuring the lane widths of some Singapore roads in a bid to improve the safety of cyclists.
While the standard lane width is 2.8m, Mr Francis Chu, Mr Yang Tah Ching and Mr Chuah Sun Soon found that some lanes are up to 4m wide.
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She and her partner were cycling along East Coast Park when she came across the fallen cyclist.
There had been a collision and the woman cyclist fell and hit her head on the ground. She was not wearing a helmet.
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Almost 1,000 children took part in the OCBC Cycle Singapore’s Tricycle Ride on Saturday.
The event was open to children between the ages of two and five.
TNP PHOTO: Kua Chee Siong
Thousands of cyclists are gathering at City Hall today to take part in the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2012.
Among them is Dr Christina Liew (above), a part-time dentist.
TNP PHOTO: Mohd Ishak
Grab a mate and be knights on bikes on March 17 for the inaugural Cycle Quest 2012, organised by The New Paper.
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