Azizul and Shah Firdaus to bring along cutting-edge bikes

WXR Vorteq

PETALING JAYA: It’s not a battle between men alone but machines too.

That is the case in cycling as the bike a cyclist uses will likely decide who emerges victorious in the Olympics track cycling competition in Tokyo and the Malaysian team do not want to be left behind in the bike technology war.

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