Wednesday, 15 November 2017

GABIT TO BE ABSENT FROM ASIA SUPERMOTO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 3

2016 Overall Champion from Malaysia
Recuperates from Serious Injury


KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 15 NOVEMBER 2017 – Malaysia’s SuperMoto ace, Muhd Habibullah or better known as Gabit, will be absent from the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship – Taiwan after a motocross accident that ruptured his lungs last month. This will leave his Malaysian comrade, Khairi Zakaria, to a lonely fight for the overall championship title.

“I am sad because I won’t be racing in Taiwan. Doctor has advised me to rest temporarily for my lungs to heal. However, I would like to thank my fans, sponsors, Team KTM Malaysia ELF Racing and the organiser for their understanding and support. I will return stronger to compete for the overall standing and to make Malaysia proud again,” said Gabit.

The 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship – Taiwan will take place on Sunday, 19 November 2017.

For more information, visit www.supermotoasia.com. Global live stream available on www.twenty3.tv powered by E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd.

FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship is promoted by Asia Supersports Group, a consortium of three companies namely Bikenation Motorsports Sdn Bhd, Trade My Superbike and E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd; sanctioned by FIM Asia and Chinese Taipei Motor Sports Association (CTMSA); and supported by Malaysia Major Events, a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (an agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia), Southern Motorcycle Club Taiwan, ACCEL Technology Corporation, Husqvarna Motorcycles Taiwan, Husky Motorcycles Taiwan, Boxo Automotive Tools Taiwan, Yamaha Motor Taiwan, Metzeler Taiwan, Dragon Optic Taiwan, C.C.D. Factory Taiwan, KYT Taiwan, Malay Mail, Kelab Blogger Ben Ashaari and TX Sports.

Monday, 13 November 2017

FIM ASIA SUPERMOTO CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 3 IN TAIWAN!


Changhua Country to Host Another
Adrenaline-Pumping Round of SuperMoto Championship

CHANGHUA, TAIWAN, 13 NOVEMBER 2017 – After successful races in Thailand and Indonesia, the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship will now head to Changhua County, Taiwan for another exciting action-packed round on Saturday and Sunday, 18 and 19 November 2017, from 10:00AM to 6:00PM (+8:00GMT). As the season reaches a midway point, the qualifying and main races on Sunday will soon determine who gets even closer to the overall championship title.

United Kingdom’s Lewis Cornish, who leads the Open International Class scoreboard with a total of 100 points is followed closely by the Asian Class leaders namely, Thailand’s Trakarn Thangthong and Malaysia’s Khairi Zakaria. The trio have outpaced 2016 champion, Malaysia’s Muhd Habibullah and will continue the battle of speed and skills in Taiwan.

“We are pleased and excited as this will be our first Asia SuperMoto Championship in Taiwan, which is renowned for hosting two-wheel motorsport events with high safety standards. Moreover, with the championship moving into the third round of the season, fans all over the world can expect another high-adrenaline race by our riders,” said Andrew Ching, CEO of E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd.


The 1.2-kilometre circuit at Changhua County is slightly similar to the Thailand Circuit Motorsport Complex, with long straights dominating the track. However, the main difference will be the single off-road section with eight whoops and two table-tops, stretching as long as 200-metres. The dirt section could be an added advantage for highly trained motocross riders, such as Trakarn and Khairi.

The K1 Circuit has broader turns compared to the Indonesia’s track and the long straights on the asphalt section will provide the primary area of competition. This also means that a holeshot lead will barely determine the rider’s position at the end of the race.

For more information, visit www.supermotoasia.com. Global live stream available on www.twenty3.tv powered by E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd.

FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship is promoted by Asia Supersports Group, a consortium of three companies namely Bikenation Motorsports Sdn Bhd, Trade My Superbike and E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd; sanctioned by FIM Asia and Chinese Taipei Motor Sports Association (CTMSA); and supported by Malaysia Major Events, a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (an agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia), Southern Motorcycle Club Taiwan, ACCEL Technology Corporation, Husqvarna Motorcycles Taiwan, Husky Motorcycles Taiwan, Boxo Automotive Tools Taiwan, Yamaha Motor Taiwan, Metzeler Taiwan, Dragon Optic Taiwan, C.C.D. Factory Taiwan, KYT Taiwan, Malay Mail, Kelab Blogger Ben Ashaari and TX Sports.

Friday, 10 November 2017

Rain Alarm - Aplikasi Wajib Bagi Penunggang Motorsikal.


Salam Sejahtera & Salam 1Malaysia.

Aku yakin semua orang tau sekarang ni musim hujan yang tak menentu. Tiba² je boleh hujan ribut bagai.

Mereka² yang memandu ke tempat kerja mungkin tak kisah dengan keadaan ini, rapi macam mana pula dengan orang yang macam aku ni? Berhujan, berpanas siang dan malam menaiki motorsikal.


Tak kisah lah sebab apa pun, sama ada kita tak mampu nak memiliki kereta ataupun kita rasa lebih selesa menaiki motor. Yelah, tak payah duduk dalam kesesakkan lalulintas kat KL ni...

Aku akui, memang seronok bila dapat jimat masa atas jalan dengan menaiki motor. Tapi ada kalanya sakit hati, lagi² bila cuaca tiba² berubah. Pishang teroxx bhai... HAHA.


Ni aku nak kongsikan satu aplikasi yang seorang rakan kelab permotoran kenalkan pada aku. Aplikasi ni cukup senang nak guna dan data yang diperoleh juga hampir 95% tepat!

Nama aplikasi tu "Rain Alarm" dan boleh dimuat turun melalui playstore atau appstore.


Korag cuma perlu download aplikasi tu, benarkan aplikasi tu menggunakan gps dan data... Settle....

Walaupun aplikasi yang dimuat turun dari playstore bukan full version tapi ianya memadai. Kalau nak yang PRO version tu kene bayar lah... Mana ada benda free, tandas pun kene bayar tau...


Sejak aku guna "Rain Alarm" ni, boleh dikatakan 80-90% aku berjaya mengelak dari hujan... Yahoo...

Contohnya macam sekarang ni, kawasan rumah aku hujan lebat tapi aku boleh tau arah tuju hujan tu dan situasi cuaca tempat yang nak dituju. Senang giler...

Cerita banyak² pun tak guna, korang kena guna sendiri baru korang faham. Jadi cubalah download dulu, mana tau aplikasi ni memudahkan korang untuk merancang perjalanan.

#kitaridertiadabeza #sharingiscaring

Sekian... Selamat mencuba...

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