World Bicycle Day: how pedal power has been celebrated through art in Malaysia


Clockwise from top left: Lat's artwork for 'Town Boy', Hings Lim showcasing his 'bicycle art' and 'Trishaw Stand', a batik work by Ismail Mat Hussin. Photos: Filepics

World Bicycle Day might be a relatively new addition to the International Days family, but it calls attention to something familiar, useful and accessible to many people around the world.

For many children, learning to ride a bike is an exciting rite of passage.

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