Hi folks, As bicycle touring is not a popular pastime in Malaysia yet, we hope with the pictures and reports made in this website, it will certainly spur some interest amongst fellow cyclists. We are no pros in this field, just merely amateurs with some interest and pea size knowledge on bicycle touring. We are not on fully loaded tour bicycles specially designed for hardcore travellers , but most of us are on converted MTBs and Hybrids. Its love for bicycles and travels that made us leave the comfort of our motorcycles and put ourselves in situation of hardwork pedalling. Early on the 15th January 2011 we made our move out from Muar when it is still darik. Bicycles were transported on our cars and we made a short journey to Keratong 2, (Bandar Tun Abdul Razak) where the cars were parked and bicycles are taken down to mark the beginning of the journey. The estimated distacnce was only around 60 km to destination, a favourable distnace indeed and we expect to cycle an easy 5 hours on the road, plus food, drinks and ciggarette stops. Just 10 kilometers after starting the jpourney, we made a brief stop on this bridge. It has a fascinating view of flowing water underneath. Vehicles are not plenty yet at this time in the morning, but be warned that these vehicle that do passes through this stretch certainly travel at very high speed.Sometimes it gets kida scarry when they passed zoom us. A rear view mirror installed on your bikes makes it more safe and you will be more aware on oncoming vehicles from the rear and thus wont take you off guard full of surprises. Pic above: from left Najib, Su and Cheng. Cheng, at the Melati Junction. This road ahead will lead you to Temerloh as well. We took this secondary road, which link Muadzham and Keratong. Picture above showing Najib trying hard to be on Cheng's tail but to no avail. Cheng is the King our group, sort of leave-no-prisoner rider when travels through hilly terrains.The kind who will show no mercy leaving you behind.