Been sweeping websites for a reliable guide on how to spot counterfeit products and here’s a pretty good one I’d like to share with you guys. On the topic of counterfeit, I personally have no issues with products made in China. Let’s face it, nearly 90% of the things in my house are made in China. But these aren’t just goods made in China. they’re counterfeit. That means they’re inferior to the original in
Location: Padang Besar I always had this mindset that as I biked cross-country, there would be people behind on my trail, whether to record this journey or just to make sure I don’t end up as roadkill. So I’d get this urge to look back every once in a while and every time I did, I realised that I was alone. The three days I had already spent on the
Day 8 felt like a great start. Not only did I get through 7 days of this journey, I had a really interesting encounter. I was on my bike in Thailand heading north, just like the rest of the 7 days but the difference was in my view. Right in front of me was an aged Caucasian man, with not a strand of black left on his head but still going strong on
Yesterday I came across an article about a man who wasn’t exactly a cyclist, per se. But better yet, he was a man who cycled for a selfless cause. Bai Fang Li devoted his entire life to a trishaw, his means to earning a buck not for himself but children who needed an education. In 20 years, he managed to donate 30 million Yuan (Rm20.7 million) to the benefit of
Stumbled upon Zahariz Khuzaimah’s trailer of his travelogue show “Dengan Basikal Aku Menjelajah.” where he rode to Tien Shan Mountains and wielded his forest skis up the impossible slope. Inspiring and especially because it was a one man expedition, much like mine. Look out for more news on the world of biking here on Moocycle. Nothing makes me happier than knowing that people are learning something new about cycling.