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Greipel opens 2018 in style at Tour Down Under

André Greipel won the first stage of the Tour Down Under by beating Caleb Ewan over the last 50 metres.

No decision to demolish Velodrome Rakyat, says national cycling federation

Malaysian National Cycling Federation vice-president Amarjit Singh, in denying a news report that the International Cycling Union (UCI) had ordered the recently repaired velodrome to be demolished, says no decision has been made on its status.

Around the world in 79 days: British cyclist smashes record

Bouncing his grinning one-year-old in his arms, Beaumont said the world record was "an absolute dream come true".

oBike bike-sharing app gaining traction

The coming of MRT and extensions of LRT routes have created a real need for bicycles to cover the “first and last mile” of a person's journey to and from public transportation hubs.

PM congratulates Malaysian contingent for 111 gold medals

Malaysia notches 111th gold medal through national track cycling ace Azizulhasni Awang, who is also world champion in men’s keirin.

Navy man fights pain to earn gold for Malaysia

He had suffered a fracture in his pelvic bone but wins gold in cycling event.

World champion Azizulhasni targets winning 2020 Olympic gold

After winning world title in Hong Kong, Mohd Azizulhasni Awang says he cannot be complacent, as "the more we achieve, the harder we need to work to maintain it".

Johor Bahru cycling deaths: Cops seek more time to finish probe

Police deny purposely delaying the investigations into the case which resulted in the death of 8 teenagers.

Cops identify 2 who called for public rally in JB

They had called for the illegal rally in connection with the recent cycling incident that took the lives of eight teenagers.

The cycling tragedy is far from over

When cyclists become a menace, the authorities and not just the parents alone, must find ways to contain, control and regulate these individuals.

Woman driver in cycling mishap released on police bail

Johor police chief Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd says 22-year-old was released after police recorded her statement about the accident.

Too much control will stress him, dad says of injured cyclist

Survivor of yesterday's horror crash now in hospital with hip injury, sneaked out of home despite warnings.

For some, frustration, not sympathy for dead cyclists

I nearly crashed into one group myself, says Uber driver. They play hide and seek with cops, says worker.

Parents must supervise kid cyclists, says cycling group

Malaysian National Cycling Federation says cycling safely is not just about the "where" and "when" but also about the safety of the bicycles themselves.

Schools to act on bicycle ‘gangs’

And don’t let it happen again, Johor MB says of accident in which eight cyclists were killed today.

Sad, but not tragic, says Nur Jazlan of Johor deaths

As MP for the area, deputy home minister offers condolences but also tough call on "new generation of delinquents" who need to be kept off the streets with a curfew.

Johor police call on public to report late-night cyclists

8 schoolboys killed by a car today were using illegally modified bicycles for speedy joyrides.

Disqualification haunted Azizulhasni in the final

Malaysian bronze-winning cyclist claims he would have been disqualified in keirin event had he committed the same infringement committed by German rider, who got away unpunished because he was 'a whiteman'.

Azizulhasni gets historic bronze in cycling

'Pocket rocket' takes third place in closely contested final of keirin event for first ever cycling medal for Malaysia at the Olympic Games.

Citizenship woes of Johor cyclist born in Germany

KDN letter calling him for citizenship interview raises hopes for his inclusion in national cycling squad.

Utar vice-president dies after falling from bicycle

Teh Chee Seng was cycling with friends in fine weather, on a straight road heading to Kampar, say police.

KJ: Cyclists, parents aware how much they stood to win

Youth and Sports Minister defends meagre sums awarded to children who won first to third spots in cycling programme, saying it is more important to encourage children to take up cycling.

Shame, say netizens to RM10 prize money award to cyclists

Youth and Sports Ministry taken to task for giving such a small amount to winners of an event to encourage young cyclists.