Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Ride 2 Rescue

They cycle for over 26,000 km across the globe in order to bring the reality of child trafficking to the eyes of the world. To see it for what it is - the third most profitable industry worldwide, after drugs and weapons.

Child trafficking occurs every day with children being sold for as little as $10 into underground brothels, sweat shops and war.

With the help of programs like Worldvision's Child Rescue we all have the power to make a difference and work together to abolish child slavery.

Ride2Rescue riders Daniel Seehusen, John Clark, Tim Holman, Aaron Turner were joined by 400 cyclists escorting them to Park Royal Hotel.

Video by Jimmy Leow

Monday, 30 January 2012

Birthday boy Kenny !!

Happy Birthday Kenny!!!

Keep smiling!!
Kenny celebrates his birthday tomorrow, 31 Jan 2012.

Sunday, 29 January 2012

Ride 2 Rescue

Penang Chu Bi Chu Bi Club members took time off to join 400 cyclists accompanying 6 cyclists who cycled from UK crossing more than 26 countries to promote Anti Child Trafficking. The group will eventually reach Australia at the final part of their tour.

For more information about the group visit www.ride2rescue.org

Friday, 27 January 2012

Nan Shan Challenge 2012 at full swing

Members are choosing Nan Shan as their most popular route to ride as the Nan Shan Challenge 2012 is drawing to the end of January and soon be entering the month of February. To some, there is still some catching up to do and as for some members, they have done more than projected.

The challenge to complete their personal target for the year is a testimonial that CBCBC members are making effort to be healthy and push their personal level higher than expected. There is no competition nor a prize but it is an effort to achieve their personal best, an effort to look up to the man in the mirror with pride.

Oriental Kok warming up?

Kin Kin Yeap and Headmaster Yong eager for action

Our official fruit inspectors

One two cha cha cha

Where have all the flowers gone?

Our favorite hideout

Banana, anyone?

You can see Butterworth from here

Passion fruit

Ah Hin koh, plantation owner, great guy

Fearless Yeoh made it to the top

Fearless Yeoh and MMB Guan