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Bandar Tasik Kesuma, Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia
Kelab Kayuhan Kuntau (KKK) is a non-profit cycling club that is funded through its membership. Formerly known as Bdr Tsk Kesuma 3B MTB Club, Kuntau now has more that 230 members from all around Malaysia. Centered at around Semenyih area, Kuntau members come from as far as Segamat, Kelang, Puchong, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Sg Petani. Our President, Tuan Syed Shahzan has been elected as the lifetime President. As a registered cycling club, Kuntau organises a wide range of formal & non-formal activities designed to enhance the riding opportunities for existing cyclists and make it easier for new entrants to take up cycling. Cyclist around Malaysia are welcome to join our weekly activities. To name a few, Kuntau has organised Jamboree Kuntau in 2012 with 1400 participants. The club also conducted a series of Mini Jamborees back in 2009 and 2010. With some other neighbouring cycling clubs, we carried out some friendly rides around Ulu Beranang and Broga area. Recently we organised a very joyful event for the club member, the Kuntau Internal Jamborace 2013. We also conducted a must have 2-weekly activities which are the Friday nite ride and Sunday morning off-road Ulu Beranang ride.


Kelab Kayuhan Kuntau (KKK) yang ditubuhkan pada tahun 2009, telah didaftarkan dengan Pesuruhanjaya Sukan Malaysia (PSM) pada 4 Julai 2011. Kemudian secara rasmi telah dilancarkan oleh Ketua Pengarah Majlis Sukan Negara, YBah Dato' Zolkples Embong pada 17 September 2011. Gambar diatas adalah acara penyerahan sijil pendaftaran PSM dari Dato' Zol kepada Presiden hensem KKK En Syed.


Monday, October 11, 2010

ECC Burung Hantu Nite Ride - 30/10/2010

ECC Burung Hantu Nite Ride which is scheduled on the 30th of October, 2010, will be the first official off-road nite ride for Kuntau members. Quite excited knowing more than 1300 riders will be gathering at Ayer Keroh, but might not be an exciting ride because the introduction of cut-off time at each of the 5 sectors. Many riders will be disqualified (not meeting the cut-off time) not due to tiredness, but to the huge traffic especially at single track route. 45km will not be a problem for our riders to complete, but it will if we want to compete. Well ahead, training is needed for rookies to pace with our senior riders.

To Kuntau riders, please refer to the official ECC website for the necessities that we need to prepare prior to the ride.

- Bob Wyne -

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