Cycling, but make it Malaysia

Our first-ever ANZA Family Triathlon Day was a roaring success! Over 30 kids aged 4 – 13 years old went down to Sentosa to learn more about triathlon. Our fantastic ANZA Cycling volunteers taught the children skills across swim, bike and run, and then the kids put it all together with a mini-triathlon! It was brilliant to bring the community together, and to see the kids have so much fun. A huge thank you goes to all our volunteers for making the event enjoyable and safe, and thanks also to our amazing partners, Simply Active for providing kid-friendly hydration, ButcherBox for yummy sausage sandwiches, Trouble Brewing Singapore for some adult sundowners, and Odin Mortgage for providing goodie bags for all the kiddos!

Our mini but mighty triathletes

Test of endurance

A herculean effort was made from three of our endurance riders who tackled the Audax 600km around Malaysia. Leading the charge was Scott Mitchell, ANZA Cycling Road Director, whose strategic planning and unwavering commitment laid the foundation for this epic adventure along with Harsch Koshti, the ride captain who played a pivotal role in keeping the team’s spirits high throughout the gruelling 600-kilometre journey. Harsch’s infectious enthusiasm and boundless energy was like a shot of adrenaline, ensuring everyone stayed motivated and focused.

Right: Harsch: Also known as Mr Motivator

Last but not least was Rishi Randhawa, known for his indomitable spirit and determination. Even though he was riding an aero bike, Rishi proved that dedication and hard work can yield remarkable results.

The Audax 600 is a true test of endurance, demanding physical and mental strength. However, with Scott’s guidance, Harsch’s motivation, and Rishi’s cycling finesse, all three emerged tired but successful, underscoring the power of teamwork and dedication.

Anza Cycling Events Board

    The great thing about ANZA Cycling is that we have rides to choose from every day of the week, from “Monday Mandai Madness”, to our flagship Saturday morning club rides, to the Sunday recovery ride. If your new year’s resolution is to get active, check out an induction ride from January onwards.
    ANZA Cycling’s semi-regular drinks night returned in October, as the club gathered to celebrate a fantastic few months of racing and riding. We closed the year with our famous Christmas Party in December, which included one lucky prize winning recipient returning home with a new bike. No excuse not to get on the road in 2024!