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Saturday, March 3, 2007

Cycling tips and ideas

Anyone who want to help me to break the world record in one leg and handsfree marathon cycling for fund raising or charities, let me know

Email me at:
8888.henry@gmail.com

Let me know if anybody beat the record of cycling 12 km non-stop handsfree and using only one leg, since I can't get an answer from GWR.
Am I the world record holder in one leg, handsfree marathon cycling?

I hope to break the one leg, handsfree cycling marathon record in cycling for some good causes.


Some of my ideas were adopted and implemented in post(Feedback)

Cycling had lots of benefits;
It's healthy, environment friendly, low maintenance & space savings.

As China and India industrialise and spiralling of fuel prices. The huge emission of fuel in the air by the huge increase in motorists.

Cycling I think is one of the most efficient way of staying healthy. A person can cycle hours and hours without feeling very tired. If he go to east coast he can enjoy the morning sea breeze riding up and down watching the sea, time seem eternal and cycling is an inexpensive recreational activities.

I use to cycle hours and hours doing difficult tricks. There are metal poles fixed on the concrete floor there, which I use to practice often riding handsfree and using only one leg.

Singapore going to have 6.5 million people and 18 millions tourists imagine the congestion at the peak hours and the fuel it emit.

If more people took to cycling to works the road will be less congested and healthy less fuel will be consumed the air will be healthier, oil price will drop- good for the economy.

More innovations, inventions & better ideas will results in the area of cycling as interest increase.

Japanese had an underground bicycle parking system.



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3 Comments:

Blogger Tan Chee Yong said...

No offense but I think there are people in the world like in China where they can cycle a day handsfree and using only 1 leg too. Haha

May 21, 2009 at 6:04 PM  
Blogger Henry Leong said...

Hope that u show it.

June 3, 2009 at 7:02 PM  
Anonymous Timepass said...

Lame statement Tan! Learn to appreciate effort!

September 20, 2009 at 5:50 AM  

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