On August 17 to 20, Sky Adventure Club of Taylors University College took on a new challenge which has never been attempted before. It was not a normal outing like in the past, not the usual camping or hiking experience that was done again and again, this was a cycling pledge which aimed to put advertising on a new edge by cycling all the way from Subang Jaya down to Muar, Johor and doing road shows along the way in conjunction with our great country’s 50th birthday. The pledge was not another Guinness World Record moment; however, it turned out to be an adventure to be remembered for the 15 participants and 1 chaperone that took on this challenge. This was a pledge where
All of us gathered at
Roadshow at Putrajaya
with FlyFm crews at Putrajaya
In the morning, at around 5a.m. it was raining so heavily that we got up and packed up and stayed in the cars till it was over. At around 7 a.m. the crew cooked breakfast and we ate our fill till at about 9 something, we all packed up and prepared to continue on with our journey. The journey on the second day was not as long the first day, we picked up the pace and cycled at a faster speed and also there wasn’t as difficult as the first day with less uphill climbs and not as steep as well. At around 5p.m. we arrived Malacca and stop by
Everyone got up at around 9 something and had breakfast before starting off for the final leg of the journey. At 10 something, we headed out and pushed on to Muar. This leg of the journey was the shortest of the whole trip as the journey lasted only about 4 hours where we stopped at Tanjung Emas to have our lunch cooked by the crew of course. At about 4 something, we left Tanjung Emas and headed to town where we set up our stand and began promoting till about 5.45 when we finished, packed up and did a little shopping for ‘otak otak’ before departing back to Malacca. At about 7 something, we stopped and dismantled the bikes, stuff it in the van and headed back to Malacca.
Roadshow at Muar
At the end of our rigorous journey, we all woke up at about 9 to 10 a.m. had chicken rice balls near Jonker Street for breakfast and walked around to shop for souvenirs before heading back to Kuala Lumpur and arrived at Subang Jaya at about 5 p.m. where the bikes were unloaded, reassembled and kept at Taylors Business School car parl, packed up our belongings and headed home for the comfort of our own beds.
Overall, this is another successful event that was organized by the Sky Adventure Club of Taylors University College. Accomplish or Do Not Begin!!!