There are many reasons why people ride.
Some ride for speed, others ride to smell the roses. Some ride for errands, others ride to keep fit. Some ride to commute, others ride for leisure.
On the 7th Jan 2012, 3 ordinary riders will attempt the extraordinary. Cycling kakis Steven Lim, Zack and GL will embark on a 24hr 400km ride around Singapore in a herculean effort to raise funds for the Yong-en Care Centre.
That's an average of 16km/h, without sleep. Certainly no mean feat and doing what few will disagree as riding for a good cause.
We first met Steven at ECP Road Safety Park where he was conducting a Safe Cycling Clinic. A well of experience and always ready to share a story or two.
Regular LCSG rider, safety marshal and sweeper. Full of energy and ever ready to lend a helping hand when required.
LCSG Titanium butt. Man of few words. Rides like the wind.
We applaud them for their efforts and wish them all the very best for the coming adventure.
If you will like to contribute (donation, water point, ride alongside etc) to the cause, more information can be found here and here.