Charity ride

  • Encik Mohd Adib akan menunggang dari Pulau Pinang menuju ke China atas tujuan amal.
  • Dana yang diraih akan disumbangkan kepada St. Nicholas’ Home, Pulau Pinang.
  • St. Nicholas’ Home, Pulau Pinang, memberikan penjagaan buat orang kelainan upaya penglihatan.


  • Mohd. Adib will ride from Penang to China for charity.

  • The proceeds will go to the St. Nicholas’ Home, Penang.

  • St. Nicholas’ Home, Penang provides care for the visually-handicapped.

“Ride for Sight” will Mohd. Adib ride from Penang to China for charity from 20thNovember 2018.

The ride seeks to assist the St. Nicholas’ Home, Penang. St. Nicholas’ Home provides assistance for the visually handicapped from ages 6 through 77 irrespective of religion, race and background. They provide programs such as handicraft workshops, handing out low vision aid perscriptions, aftercare and job placement service, home for the elderly blind, among many others. There is also a multi-handicapped program caters to those who are afflicted with other afflictions in addition to being visually-handicapped.

This is why Mohd. Adib’s calls the ride “Ride for Sight.” The ride will take approximately 27 days to complete.

“My ride kicks off on the 20thNovember 2018 and end on 15thDecember 2018.The route I will be riding is from Penang – Thailand – Golden Triangle Border (Myanmar, Thailand & Laos) – Shangri-La – Tibet – Kunming – Laos – Thailand and back to Penang,” said the thirty-year-old Mohd. Adib.

The rider is no stranger stranger to overland rides on his Yamaha FZ150i. Among his achievements were:

  • Solo ride around Peninsular Malaysia in 2013.
  • Solo riding in the 7 Nations Expedition which covered Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Laos and Myanmar in 2016.
  • Taking part in the Colombo Bike Week in Sri Lanka in 2017.

Mohd. Adib is raising funds for St. Nicholas’ Home through the sale os exclusive T-shirts. He will donate 10% of each sold to the home. The shirts are available through Mohd. Adib’sand Kembara Jiwa’sFacebook pages. Price for the T-shirts are RM50 (short-sleeved) and RM60 (long-sleeved).

Mohd. Adib can also be reaced at 016-4734748 for further information.

  • Tunggangan amal Pink October Charity Ride 2017 telah pun berlangsung dengan lancar sekali pada hari Sabtu yang lalu.
  • Tunggangan ini adalah bersempena dengan Bulan Kesedaran Kanser Payudara yang jatuh pada bulan Oktober.
  • Kira-kira 200 orang peserta telah menyertai tunggangan ini.


  • The Pink October Charity Ride 2017 went off without a hitch today

  • The ride is in conjunction with October being the Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • About 200 participants joined the ride

Organised by Hawa Motor Club and Ipoh Road Clan together with support from the Malaysian Cancer Society, and hot on the heels of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride (DGR) last month, the Pink October Charity Ride (POCR) 2017 proceeded well today.

While DGR sought to raise awareness towards prostate cancer in men, POCR’s objective was a campaign to highlight breast cancer research.

About 200 participants congregated at the Malaysia Handicraft Development Corporation’s (Perbadanan Kemajuan Kraftangan Malaysia) grounds for the flag off.

There was a good mix of motorcycles: From mopeds and scooters, to standard bikes, naked sportbikes, adventure-tourer and 1000cc superbikes; besides the large number of customs and café racers – including the famous Puting Beliung (“tornado” in Bahasa Melayu).

Participants were provided a white T-shirt with the words “Pink October Charity Ride” emblazoned on its back, patches and stickers. They may also donate to the Malaysian Cancer Society (Yayasan Kanser Malaysia).

As more and more riders, young and old arrived, it soon became apparent that this wasn’t a ride which encouraged only female participant. There were as many men as there were ladies. It’s encouraging and heartwarming to see that both the Pink October Charity Ride and DGR transcend the gender barrier, despite both rides sought to raise awareness for afflictions common to respective genders.

And despite gutter politics kicking up religious and race issues, everyone rode together for a common cause, regardless of religion, ethnicity and creed. How common is it to see a 150cc café racer ride alongside an R 1200 GS? Or a Triumph Street Twin next to an S 1000 RR?

The participants were briefed by the Chief Marshal and Royal Malaysian Traffic Police escort, before being flagged off.

The convoy proceeded at a steady pace until it reached Naza Auto Mall in Petaling Jaya.

There were lucky draws and a helmet bidding session throughout the day. Participants were also offered a free health check-up, free of charge.

Seeing the success of this Pink October Charity Ride 2017, we hope the event will continue next year with even more participants.

  • The Ride For Jalil convoy will be held from 29 April 2017 – 30 April 2017

  • The goal is to create public awareness on cancer and raise funds for the Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation

  • Over 700 big bikers targeted to join the convoy from Muar to Johor Bahru with five stops in between the two-day event

The ‘Ride For Jalil’ pre-event was launched yesterday in conjunction with the Johor Bike Week. The event and pre-event launch was graced even more with the presence of Yang Amat Mulia Tunku Abdul Rahman Al-Haj Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Tunku Panglima Johor at the Pelangi Leisure Mall, Johor Bahru. (more…)


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