Terengganu Century Ride 2012


Distance                : 160 km
Start /Finish          : Dataran Shah Bandar Kuala Terengganu (centre of town on    way to Pasar Payang)
Event Date            : 16 September 2012
How To Register  : Please fill the below on line form or down load form and fax 
Categories            : Men Open, Ladies Open, Men Veteran and Men Senior Veteran
Hotels                    : We have book few hundred rooms at near by hotels 
Bicycle                   : Road Bike
Closing Date          : 30 August 2012
Entrance Fee         : RM100.00
Expected Riders    : 1000 
Ciclista Jersey      : Only for the paid participants by 30 August 2012
Medals                   : For those who complete 160km before cut off time (8 hours)

Hard September!

Hey, CFAL 4th edition is back!


Our GGCC Club are listed here @ BaikBike page. 

Big thank you BaikBike! :D



24th March 2012 (Saturday)
  • 10AM – 5PM – Goodies & bib number collection (Padang MPK1/Taman Kerang)
 25th March 2012 (Sunday)
  • 6:00AM – Arrival of participants (Padang MPK1/Taman Kerang)
  • 6:30AM – Briefing
  • 7:00AM – Flag off
  • 12:00PM – Expected arrival of the first rider/group
  • 2:00PM – Prize giving ceremony & Lucky draw
  • 4:00PM – Expected arrival of last rider


Please read all information before register.
  • Registration is already open, and it is available ONLINE. The registration MUST be accopnaied with receipt/proof of payment. Only the first 500 who paid will get their participation confirmed.
  • The fee is RM100. The fee covers goodies (t-shirt or KIV jersey, registration certificate & goodies from sponsors) & refreshment after the ride. Those complete the 160KM ride will get a medal & ‘survivor’ certificate.
  • Payable to “Kuantan Century Ride
    Maybank 556011051480 (email address: registration@kuantancenturyride.com).
  • Those who already registered but have not paid, please bank-in the money & email prove of transaction together with your FULL NAME and IC/Passport number toregistration@kuantancenturyride.com, attention to Mizi (Tel: 012-937-6657). Mizi shall reply your email to confirm the payment.


New 2012/2013 Jersey

Available size : S, M, L, XL, XXL
Available color : Blue/Yellow
Price : RM 220.00 [Free postage]
Please email us your details to : gogudangcc@gmail.com

Road Bicycle

The term road bicycle is used to describe bicycles built for traveling at speed on paved roads. Some sources use the term to mean racing bicycle. Other sources specifically exclude racing bicycles from the definition, using the term to mean a bicycle of a similar style but built more for endurance and less the fast bursts of speed desired in a racing bicycle; as such, they usually have more gear combinations and fewer hi-tech racing features. Certain of these bicycles have been referred to as 'sportive' bicycles to distinguish them from racing bicycles.
Compared to other styles of bicycle, road bicycles share common features:
  • The tires are narrow, high-pressure and smooth to decrease rolling resistance.
  • They usually use multiple derailleur gears. (Single-speed and fixed gear varieties exist)
  • The bicycle is of a lightweight construction.
The term road bicycle can also describe any type of bike used primarily on paved roads, in contrast to bikes primarily intended for off-road use, such as mountain bikes. Other road bikes include:
  • Touring bicycles are designed for bicycle touring: they are robust, comfortable and capable of carrying heavy loads.
  • Hybrid bicycles are designed for a variety of recreational and utility purposes. While primarily intended for use on pavement, they may also be used on relatively smooth unpaved paths or trails.
  • Utility bicycles are designed for utility cycling: are a traditional bicycle for commuting, shopping and running errands in towns and cities. 
  • Roadster a specific form of the Utility bicycle developed in the UK.
  • Recumbent bicycles are designed for variety of recreational and utility purposes, but are characterized by the unusual riding position in which the cyclist is seated in a reclined position.