Walton Seah

2008 World BikeTrial Championship

2008 World BikeTrial Championship The 3rd leg of the 2008 World BikeTrial Championship – also its final round – was held on 23rd and 24th August in Itadori Seki, Japan. 113 riders from 11 countries took part in the event, with five Singapore riders amongst them. The first day kicked off with the opening ceremony, followed by the rounds for the Femina and younger rider categories. The heavy rains that came down upon the event site did not stop the participants from proceeding to their respective sections and riding them in their rain gear! Kazuki Terai in action The...

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The National BikeTrial Championship, Round 3 Bishan Park Eco Pond

Article contributed by Walton Seah The National BikeTrial Championship Round 3 – Bishan Park Eco Pond Organized by: BikeTrial Singapore Supported by: Singapore Sports Council Sanctioned by: Singapore Amateur Cycling Association. Sponsors: Monty Singapore, Attitude Bikes Pte Ltd National BikeTrial Championship Round 3 was held at Bishan Park 1 Eco Pond, the most popular location for BikeTrial Championships in Singapore. It attracted the most number of participants since Round One with a total of 22 Junior/Senior and Elite Category riders, and 18 in the Open Category –  the category which was meant for beginners. Also attending were members of...

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BikeTrials Singapore Visit to Seramban , Malaysia 2008

Visit to Seramban , Malaysia 2008 The demo National riders from BikeTrial Singapore were invited to demonstrate the skills and stamina required to ride trials. The sections consist of wooden pallets and a Red Bull Ford 4WD truck. On Saturday (14th June), there was a youth and sport event in Komplek Belia dan Sukan (Youth & Sports Complex) in Seremban , Negri Sembilan. The event was organised by the Negri Sembilan State Government. There were a lot of booths showcasing youth related sports activities and career oriented opportunities. Some VIPs were there to give their important two bits on youth culture et al. The...

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