Singapore’s busy streets don’t stop the riders from the Tudor Pro Cycling Team from training, it just means they have to get up before the crack of dawn to hit the empty course before the morning rush sets in. The team recently competed in two races in Asia, The Tour de Langkawi and the Tour of Guangxi. The back-to-back nature of these races meant that it was best for the team to stay in Asia rather than fly home. But pro cyclists never stop moving; to be a pro means an ultimate commitment to always be training. This means they made the most of their time in Singapore.
Join riders Maikel Zijlaard, Sebastian Changizi, and Arvid De Kleijn on this twilight ride as they see the city of Singapore from the vantage point of two wheels at the crack of dawn—a side of Singapore few get to see.