Theo, Chu Wa and myself at least grabbed a photo in Holland Village Swensen’s, courtesy of Ladybug, before we left on Thursday night. We were there for a Cycling in Singapore blog meetup. The few of us who pen this group blog some from a different experience of focus on cycling to work, foldables, leisure cycling by the layman, park connectors, transport and urban policy and design, opportunities for family cycling, etc.
We started the group blog in August 2004 and have been steadily blogging since. There were times when we went quiet. In the past year posts and comments have picked up and we all agree it has been a useful repository.
It has been a couple of years since we ALL met, although we have met individually. We don’t blog half of what we observe and there were too much news, thoughts and strategy ideas that our mailing list could cope with. So we met to exchange thoughts at the speed of sound!
Unfortunately Paul Barter had just left slightly before Chu Wa took out his new camera. He had a home-cooked meal waiting. Chen Munn was away in Russia presumably taking photos off cyclists and bicycles, amongst other things!
We had a fruitful time and agreed not to wait so long for the next meetup! As we waved each other off, Chu Wa cycled his foldable off to the nearest MRT and Theodore headed home on his commuting bike.