28 April 2019, Perak – The rain with strong winds did not put a stop to 1,400 cycling enthusiasts from different countries from kicking off 121 kilometers ride at the 12th TNB Janamanjung Fellowship Ride (TNB JMFR) in Teluk Batik, Manjung, Perak.
In fact, the rain lasted for almost three hours while the riders were pedaling their way to the finish line, causing each participant soaked up from the start line at Teluk Batik Public Park. They pedaled to Parit town and Ayer Tawar which boasted views of Tanjung Belanja near the Perak River, before returning to Teluk Batik.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Sultan Azlan Shah Power Station (SJSAS) in Manjung, this edition becomes more meaningful when Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) will celebrate its 70th anniversary on the 1st September 2019.
Deputy Secretary-General (Energy), Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC), Noor Afifah Abdul Razak and Local Government and Local Government Exco, Public Transport, Non-Muslim Affairs, and Kampung Baharu Perak, Yong Choi Kiong flagged off the thrilling ride at 5.30am.
The presence from TNB Chief Corporate Officer Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman, TNBJ’s Generation’s Chief of Staff, Roslan Abdul Rahman and TNBJ Managing Director, Datuk Shamsul Ahmad was overwhelming.
The 12th TNB Janamanjung Fellowship Ride took and concluded triumphantly in five hours. There were cycling devotees from all walks of life from the youngest children aged 13 to the oldest riders aged 70. There were also disabled and visually impaired participants.
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