Art of Speed Malaysia 2015 is back!


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With the burgeoning growth of custom enthusiasts including 2 and 4 wheels customizers, die-cast toy collector, music and art genres, the organizer of Art of Speed aims to grow and make Malaysia as the hub of convergence to all custom lovers.


Art of Speed, Malaysia’s own homegrown OlSkool & Kustom Kulture event is taking things up another notch this year by introducing the AOS Triumph Invitational Bike Build-Off. The first of its kind to be held in Malaysia and aired on TV.

Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd and Art of Speed will be holding its inaugural “Triumph Motorcycles Invitational Bike Build-off” climaxing at Art of Speed Malaysia 2015 this coming 6 & 7 June at MAEPS Serdang.


Four builders from Klang Valley including 3 workshops and 1 backyard builder will be competing against each other over 60 days to complete their creation with an initial budget of RM10,000 cash and parts worth RM2500.00 given to each builder. InGear, an automotive program in Astro Awani will be covering the work in progress and the show will be aired every Saturday at 9.30pm starting this March. The customized Triumph motorcycles will be displayed at Art of Speed 2015 event where an International jury will select a Champion.

Among prizes to be won by the AOS Triumph Invitational Bike Build-Off Champion includes a 1-year contract as official custom builder with Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd, Triumph Motorcycles Exclusive Distributors in Malaysia, Trophy and much more.

A Public Choice award will also be presented and members of the public will be able to vote via a downloadable app for Android and IOS available soon from Art of Speed Malaysia 2015.

A lucky visitor to Art of Speed 2015 event stands a chance to win one of the customized Triumph motorcycle, choosing their favourite to take home from the line-up of four amazing builds.


Asep Ahmad Iskandar, the man behind Art of Speed said, “The Build-Off winner will not only win the title but builders selected will have the honour of participating in Malaysia’s first bike build-off and reap the benefits from exposure to new audience via TV and social media”.


Yang Berbahagia Datuk Razak Al-Malique, of Fast Bikes lauded this effort and supports the creativity and innovation displayed from such a program.


Apart from airtime on TV, mini web-episodes shot by award winning Directors Think Tank Production will also be aired on Art of Speed and InGear web and social media domains to bring viewers behind the scenes of this invitational bike build-off.


The 4 selected custom builders are Hungry Ghost Customs Inc. (Ahmad Junaidi b Abd Aziz), Awesome Works Engineering (Sallehudin b Hj Hamzah), Big Cat Motor Art (Hazuar b Hassan) and Eastern Bobber (Omar@Maharani b Jumiran). All four will be customizing the motorcycles in open class and café racer categories.


Art of Speed 2015, organized by Switchblade Kuala Lumpur, stays close to its roots, retaining the tagline “Celebrating Art in Automotive Culture” that highlights the crossover of lifestyle and art but with more regional relevance.


Since its opening in 2009, SwitchbladeKL, which has been promoting the ‘So-Cal’ sub culture in Malaysia, is now even more vibrant – giving vintage hot rods, choppers, American muscle cars, retro Japanese vehicles, classic cars, art and music revolving around this lifestyle more exposure.


Art of Speed 2015 will also be a regional platform for enthusiasts around the region to gather and meet icons from beyond South East Asia. It also aims to inspire and market local creative products to international markets. This year, the event is supported by Tourism Malaysia, recognizing the burgeoning growth of visitors and fans of the custom culture scene from the region.

Among other attractions at Art of Speed this year will be the special appearance of Scott “T-Bone” Jones from Noise Cycles USA, Andy Carter from Pangea Speed USA, Shige Suganuma from MOONEYES Japan, Dino Dalle Carbonare from Japan, Kimura Kengo from Heiwa Motorcycles Japan, Masa from Luck MC Japan, The Nash from Burnout Magazine Japan and art collective pinstripe group from Japan; Wildman, Makoto, Mr. G, Jetwrench and Boo.

Three custom built vehicles will be at the show to share with Malaysians the caliber of international award winning custom vehicles. The three vehicles are specially brought in from Japan.

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This year’s showcase will include a curated indoor (100,000 square feet with air-cond hall) Show and Shine competition, an outdoor concert organized by Pineapple Concert, MotoJamm featuring Aaron Twite from USA, an art gallery themed Moto Circus with local and international artists, Pin-Up Workshop, Kustom & Coffee Talk, Car & Motorcycle “Mascot” Run, children and family activities include Giant Bubble, Hotwheels and Star Wars costumed charity phototaking, a Soapbox Show & Go!, a youth arena featuring indoor skatepark and graffiti exhibition.

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You can watch the overview of Hall A at this link

Among other highlights will be retailers at the marketplace, vintage and jeans market by PintuMerah and local brand indoor tradeshow by Tempatan Universe, which in overall will feature more than 200 brands.

The winner of Best of Show motorcycle and automobile categories will win trips to the MOONEYES Yokohama Hotrod and Custom Show this coming December which is believed to be the best kustom kulture show in the world.



Yokohama Hot Rod and Custom Show 2014. Custom motorcycles, cars and lots of it!

Words : MizzDeni and MOONEYES

Picture credits : MizzDeni and MOON of Japan Inc.


Yokohama Hot Rod and Custom Show 2014

Custom motorcycles, cars and lots of it!

We were back at the 23rd Annual Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show on the 7th December 2014. The show took place at Pacifico Yokohama exhibition hall and it has shown that the event grew each year.

The tradition keeps going on to host the event on every first Sunday of December. This year, Art of Speed brought 19 cool gear heads including from Malaysia, Indonesia and China!


This year similar like last year, we created an affordable package with the help of MOONEYES and also The Nash from Burnout magazine. We managed a 5 nights stay in Yokohama. This also includes garage visits in Tokyo and also in Yokohama.

On the first day we arrived in the land of the rising sun, we had mind blowing garage visits around Tokyo. First stop was Bratstyle located at Akabanekita Kitaku in Tokyo. The ever-friendly owner, Go Takamine, welcomed us and showed us around. We were really impressed by the immaculate workshop where his team was doing some final touches and detailing on the bikes for the custom show.


Next stop was Sundance, a Harley-Davidson specialist in Tokyo. Unfortunately, the owner Take ‘Zak’ Shibazaki was not around but we were greeted by his crews and showed us around at his shop. Sundance is famous for engine work & we saw a lot of modifications done along with killer customization.


We also stopped by at Bad Land, a workshop which also specializes in Harley-Davidsons. We met with Keiichi Kuwai, the owner and he was very generous showing us around and explaining his business and some of the work-in-progress in his shop. His team consisted of his own brother and few others helping in the workshop managing customization works for mostly modern H-D models like V-rod. Keiichi-san then brought all of us to his other storage area about 3 minutes away from his workshop and Wow-ed us with his latest work-in-progress, a Night Rod Harley-Davidson ready to be handed over to its owner. The bike was at his photography studio area and he invited all of us for a group photo! That was very generous of him. He then posted the group photo on his Facebook FanPage and garnered about 2,400+ likes and 33 Facebook users shared the picture within 24 hours! We were really honoured!

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Last garage visit for all of us was Blues Mobile Speed Shop owned by Takeshi Watanabe located at Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama. It was about 3 pm and it started to drizzle a bit. This workshop is located uphill and the bus driver parked our bus at a small alley. We took a very nice walk up to his workshop. The view was very nice. We saw organic farm by the hillside and very surprised that there is a hidden barn with all American cars stored outside & inside Blues Mobile Speed Shop. Takeshi-san was really surprised with our visit and welcomed us. His team was also finishing a 3rd generation Ford Thunderbird for the Hot Rod Custom Show. The team had two more days to finish the car! We also took a walk near his shop and saw lot more American cars parked over there. Such a perfect view in nice weather.


We arrived at the hotel at Sakuragi-cho in Yokohama area at about 5.30pm. The hotel was highly recommended by our dear friend, Nash from Burnout Magazine. He was there ready waiting for us to assist us to check-in.

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Friday, we took everyone out and showed them the train stations, how to buy the tickets and what not. A trip to Shibuya and doing the “Wefies” (group selfie with our cameras) at Shibuya crossing then some of us split up and had some free and easy time. There were so many interesting shops along the main roads and it was a wonderful time getting ‘lost’ in Tokyo!


On Saturday morning, our crew and myself headed out to Pacifico Hall and met up with Joop, our buddy from Singapore. He is a leather artist and we shared a table in the Rat Island at the show with him. Joop is a close friend and this year, Joop is back to the show for his 3rd time. We started setting up our table and made sure everything was ready for the big show on Sunday.

We met Shige Suganuma, the owner of Mooneyes and his team briefly. As usual, the MOONEYES team is very professional and this year MOONEYES had set up a Blue Panic Security Team to supervise the “Shizukani” campaign at the venue. “Shizukani” (Shizuka is quiet in Japanese) or “Be Calm, Not Loud” campaign launched by MOONEYES since early 2014 worldwide to activate a calm surrounding at the event venue. The aim is to control the noise pollution from all visitors coming & keeping noise level to a minimum.

That Saturday night, we attended the ‘Little Get Together Party’ hosted by the show at the hall and then went to Dice Magazine Party in Yokohama. More than 700 international guests attended the party that night and it was awesome!


The big day had come and the show itself took place at Pacifico Yokohama exhibition hall on Sunday December 7. In support of the “Shizukani” campaign, no motorcycles parking are provided this year. It is a big change compared to previous years because as visitors, we always considered the parking lot as the hidden show in itself where you can view all the hidden gems of Japan parked at the basement parking. It didn’t stop the show-goers as the event this year recorded 15,000 people in attendance including more than 800 visitors from all over 25 countries such as Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom and USA.

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The show started early at 9am but due to heavy line-up in front of the show entrance, the organizer opened up the gate 30 minutes earlier! Starting off the show is their official ride-in and they featured last year’s show winners. HCS2013 Best of Show Automobile; Ace Automotive 1960 Buick Invicta and HCS2013 Best of Show Motorcycle; Cherry’s Company 1967 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead. If you remember, Art of Speed Malaysia also picked the same bike as our choice. It was great seeing Kaichiroh-san and the bike look the same after 12 months! Both vehicles rode through the ride-in alley and got all the event spectators excited and flashes of camera started snapping pictures.


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Then, the show’s international guests started to ride in too. First was Galpin Auto Sports with their 1934 Ford Coupe “Iron Orchid”. Gene Winfield’s infamous 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup “Pacifica” then made its way down the center isle. Next was Walden Speed Shop 1932 Ford Coupe.

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Next were the motorcycle guests with Kiyo’s Garage and his 1970 Honda CB750 KO “Cherry Blossom” followed by Duane Ballard of DB Custom Leather and his 1981 KZ1000 “Kosmosaki”.

Then, it was the top bikes from the Born Free 6 show held in California (June 2014). Leading the way was Kosuke Saito from Sunrise Cycles LA with his 1936 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead “Hill Billy” which one the Invited Builder’s Choice Award at Born Free 6. Followed by Brent Rogers and his 1946 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead that won Best in Show at Born Free 6. The bikes were immaculate and clean.

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Next was Oliver Jones of The Cut Rate. He was also an invited builder at Born Free 6 with this killer 1977 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead.

Kutty Noteboom of Hippy Killer Garage built an amazing trike named “The High Priestess” for his wife Jamie. It’s a 1960 Harley-Davidson Flathead Servicar. Jamie took the honours of handling the ride-in. The crowd got more excited.

Last but certainly not least was Paul Wideman and his 1940 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead “Jane Doe”. This bike was the MOONEYES’s Pick at the Brooklyn Invitational Motorcycle Show.

A tradition after the ride-in is completed; each guest stands on the small stage and greeted the audience and media. Afterwards, all the bikes and cars are moved into place and the show officially kicked into gear.

The show recorded 300 show cars, 650 show bikes, 30 collectivities alley, 50 Pinstripe artistes, 40 scale models/pedal cars, 80 entries for Custom Paint Contest with theme “Sign of the Times”, 95 awards for winners and 270 vendor booths!

Live music from Japanese rockabilly bands kept the crowds entertained all day.

As 2014 marked the 25th year anniversary for Hiro “Wildman” Ishii or better known as Wildman, the legendary Japanese pintripe artist, MOONEYES dedicated a special section to commemorate his anniversary next to the Rat island featuring an art gallery with contributing artists from Japan and overseas.

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This year the Custom Paint Contest focused on Wall Clocks with the theme “Sign of the Times”. Our friend, Joop also entered this contest with his signature “coffin” design wall clock with his catch-phrase “Never Forget God”.




The show also had a few spotlights and highlights for all show vehicles. This year, the show featured The Digger Beat spotlight for motorcycles. The spotlight featured two of the guest bikes (Duane Ballard’s Kawasaki and Kiyo’s Honda) as they were fine variations of diggers. There isn’t really a defined example as most owners have their own interpretation and it also depends on what generation that one like and where it is from. From there, the show collected a few entries that entered the The Digger Beat and it was a great example to show to the spectators.

For cars, it was The Enchanted World of Color spotlight featuring cars and also bikes with focus on paint presentation. There was also the Crown Classics highlight to mark the 25th anniversary of the brand.










The Rat Island has also grown into a worldwide and international area where cars, bikes and international artists and friends came to hang out at the area. The perimeter of the island is fenced off with tables featuring return guests and new faces too. The cars and bikes were popular too as they are sitting among the crowd. Art of Speed Malaysia and Joop from Singapore were here inside the Rat Island making network and new friends.




Cherry’s Company with their 1975 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead won this year’s Best of Show in Motorcycle category again but no winner for Automobile category as the organizing team could not determine a decision. Better luck next year!


Art of Speed Malaysia’s Pick goes to Heiwa Motorcycle with their bike a 1958 Triumph TR-6 own by Kimura Kengo from Hiroshima. The company also won the Best European Motorcycle Award at HCS2014.


Asep Ahmad from Art of Speed said in his congratulatory notes to Heiwa Motorcycle; “Triumph Motorcycles have had a long history in Malaysia but mostly in restored form, it is amazing to see a custom built Triumph that looks better than factory, looking fast while standing still!”


The show organizer had the Blue Panic Security Team on standby mode all day outside to supervise the traffic and also to minimize the noise pollution from the incoming visitors. A true dedication shown here because all of them were outside in the cold! We saw efficiency and true obligation from both team and also the visitors. One biker was seen pushing his bike to a dedicated parking spot after being told to switch off his bike. Some were seen walking with their helmets and bags heading to the hall after they found a nearby parking spot.

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After the prize giving ceremony, Shige-san announced to everybody that the “Shizukani” campaign was a success and informed everyone to be calm and wait for his official announcement on HCS2015 venue location.

“I am very happy and very thankful to everyone who supported and came to the show with respect. Let’s save the show and we hope to come back to this venue in 2015!” Shige Suganuma said in his speech.


(Shige Suganuma [in yellow jacket] together with Heiwa Motorcycle team and Asep Ahmad from Malaysia on stage.)








From his tone of voice, we know that it is positive and very thankful to know that the event is saved and we will come again for sure!

Congratulations again to all winners of the Hot Rod and Custom Show 2014! The show is definitely not an event to be missed and you can also check out their website which is in English to know more about the event. The MOONEYES official website had also announced the next event date is Sunday December 6 2015 at Pacifico Yokohama convention hall.

We also hope to see you at Art of Speed Malaysia event on 6 & 7 June 2015! More info will be updated at

Thank you!

January 21, 2015

Art of Speed Malaysia Icon Tour rocks Johor!

From shiny American muscle cars to rustic looking Harley-Davidsons or Triumphs, those are some of the many uncanny sights greeting enthusiastic visitors of Art of Speed Asia 2014 that happened last June in KL. Besides those who were present to witness it, many would have heard of the event that brought the local customization scene to the next level – organized by Switchblade Kuala Lumpur, a rock and roll boutique and avid enthusiast of Kustom Kulture. Now, the organizer is bringing all the local icons on a tour to introduce the fascinating automotive culture to those who were not able to come to Kuala Lumpur to attend the show.

Their first leg was Ipoh and last weekend, the show promoter held their second leg of the tour at Johor. Presented by UEM Sunrise Sdn Bhd with venue hosted by Mall of Medini, Art of Speed Asia brought the family-friendly show to the mall next to Legoland at Nusajaya, Johor last 14 and 15 November 2014. More than 20,000 visitors and participants from all over Johor and also Singapore thronged the massive adrenaline zone and automotive show area at the mall’s outdoor car park.


Art of Speed Malaysia Icon Tour Johor featured an Icon Tour Display Showcase and activities including a Marketplace, Art Gallery, Kustoms and Coffee sessions with Pa’din Musa from Abah & Sons Motoworks (Malaysia), Joop from Singapore and Izam Shariman from Curro Malaysia, outdoor movie screening, a cool pop-up barbershop, Remote Control Drift Competition by RC Drifters Kulaijaya, viewing deck with fun games and prizes; live bands on stage include an I’M Singles Virtual Concert with MARIONEXXES, The Nationhead and Clique as well as an all-star lineup featuring Kugiran D’Tepi Pantai and Malaysia’s ‘Jimi Hendrix’ Md Noor and much more!

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Participants of Art of Speed Malaysia Icon Tour also stood a chance to win Best of Show titles and other competition categories in Car, Motorcycle and Lowrider Bicycle.

Car Category winners

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The event also hosted the Johor edition of MOTACK 2014, organized by Cycle World Malaysia. This Johor edition featured trial bike riding, stunt shows and bike clinics. Special stunt performances by Aaron Twite from USA were held over a period of two days, 3 times a day. Twite hails from Atlanta, USA and is now on tour in Malaysia for MOTACK. The adrenaline track also featured twin brothers from France; Franck and Loic Vabre. Both performed motorbike and bicycle trial demos. Not forgetting the local boys, MOTACK also featured three teams from Malaysia. They are ChainStuntNation, StreetslideJB and KLFreeStyleCrew. Alex and Suhaidi also performed a special supermoto demo in the adrenaline track area. Acoi from Kuala Lumpur also performed a special trial bike demo show.DSC_0212

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List of winners

Best of Show Automobile

-       Azman Abdullah, Malaysia, Ford F100 Year 1951

Best of Show Motorcycle

-       Johari, Malaysia, Classic Raleigh Year 1927

Best of Show Lowrider

-       Rohaizad Mohd Yusof, Malaysia, custom lowrider


Car Category

Custom Retro Japanese – Jel, Mazda 929, Malaysia

Custom Retro Pickup – Mohd Iskandar, Datsun 720, Malaysia

Custom VW Aircooled – Mohd Sharizan, Beetle, Malaysia

K-Car – Mohd Saufi Ali, Daihatsu Mira, Malaysia

Street Machine – Azman Abdullah, Ford F100, Malaysia

Custom Continental – Mohd Salleh, Mercedez S Class 300, Malaysia

Rat Look – M. Faiz, KE70, Malaysia

Street Custom & Hot Rod – Mohd Syawal Ezam, Datsun Bluebird 910, Malaysia


Motorcycle Category

Open Class – Suhairi Daud, Karisma, Malaysia

Bobber/Jap Style – Ray Vatos Locos, Modenas 175, Malaysia

Modified Harley-Davidson – Mohd Zaki, Harley-Davidson Softail, Singapore

Café Racer – Thamil, Norton 88, Malaysia

Restored Classic Scooter – BB Saw, Vespa 150, Malaysia

Street Cub & Choppy – Azhar, C70, Malaysia

Restored Retro Japanese – Shahrizan, GS550, Malaysia

Restored Classic Continental & American – Johari, Classic Raleigh, Malaysia


The event was held from 10am to 10pm on both days. More information about this event can be browsed at or visit their Facebook page, Art of Speed Malaysia.

Art of Speed Malaysia Icon Tour invades JOHOR!



Nantikan kehadiran kami pada 14 & 15 November 2015 dengan ikon Kustom dari ArtOfSpeedMY menjelajah ke selatan bertempat di Mall of Medini, Nusajaya bersama host tuan rumah crew Lowrider & Kustom Kulture, @rodaradikal !!!

Pelbagai kategori ‘Show & Shine’, aktiviti & penampilan khas ‘Kugiran D’Tepi Pantai’ merancakkan suasana nanti!

Booth & Pendaftaran dibuka sekarang! Contact no tertera atau layari:

The Art of Speed Malaysia Icon Tour 2014 will be invading Johor this November at the Mall of Medini, Nusajaya with local host club and Lowrider crew, Roda Radikal!

Exciting activities galore for visitors and participants of our show including Icons from Art of Speed.Asia, Show & Shine Competition for Classic & Custom Cars, Motorcycles and Lowrider Bicycles, Adrenaline Island with extreme sports and RC Drift Competition, Bands on stage, Marketplace, Time Trial and many more!

Booth and Show & Shine registration is now open! Please visit to get more details and register yourself for the most awesome Kustom Kulture Show or call Adam at +6016.254.7718 for any other questions!


Art of Speed Asia goes on Malaysia tour with our local icons!

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From shiny American muscle cars to garage built Harley-Davidsons and Triumphs, those are some of the many uncanny sights greeting enthusiastic visitors to Art of Speed Asia 2014 that happened last June in KL. Besides those who were present to witness it, many would have heard of the event that brought the local customization scene to the next level – organized by Switchblade Kuala Lumpur, a rock and roll boutique and avid enthusiast of Kustom Kulture. Now, the organizer is bringing all the local icons on a tour to introduce the fascinating automotive culture to those who were not able to come to Kuala Lumpur to attend the show. Their first stop is Meru, Ipoh.


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Art of Speed Asia collaborated with Tourism Perak Sdn Bhd (TPSB), a joint venture company with Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP) and hosted AOS “Malaysia Icon Tour” in conjunction with “Blue Jackets Ipoh Speed Fest 2014” at Casuarina Hotel parking lot, Meru Ipoh last 13 and 14 September 2014.

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Over the span of two days, it was estimated more than 20,000 visitors thronged the Art of Speed “Malaysia Icon Tour” boulevard area. The jam-packed big weekend was filled with exciting activities such as games and lucky draw, BMX flatland demo, graffiti, live acoustic music, mini art gallery featuring pinstriping demonstrations, charity event for Gaza, Kustom & Coffee session and BBQ dinner.

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Art of Speed “Malaysia Icon Tour” featured Best of Show 2013/14 winners; Chopper Ministry, Abah & Sons Co. Motoworks, Big Cat Motor Art, RM Restorations, G.A.F Speed Shop, TIGA, Nashr Abd Aziz, Kean Yap and Sean Eu.

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Show and Shine participation recorded 100 entries from automobile, motorcycle and lowrider bicycle categories. The winners for the custom competition are:

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Best of Show Motorcycle Category – Dato Irwan Yusmaidi, EX5

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Best of Show Automobile Category – David Lee, Volkswagen Beetle

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Best of Show Lowrider Bicycle – Mohammad Fariz Minkom, Limousine lowrider

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Awesome Pick Motorcycle Category – Cedric Chin, Vespa Jobot

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Awesome Pick Automobile Category – Zakaria Idris Abu Bakar, BMW M3 E36

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Wan Zamani Ahmad, 34 years old, who operates Rotten Motocycle Garage from Butterworth won the grand prize lucky draw. The prize is a Tour Package 7D/5N to Yokohama 23rd Annual Hot Rod & Custom Show 2014 which will be held on 7th December 2014.

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Four pairs of Ray Ban Wayfarers were also given away to visitors and KS Tools generously sponsored two tool sets valued at RM1699 each to ‘Best Of Show’ Winners.

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The festival was launched by YB Dato’ Harun Rawi, mayor of Ipoh city.


September 17, 2014

Terima kasih and thank you for making AOSASIA14 a huge success!

Hello everyone!

Hope you’ve managed to get much needed rest after the sizzling awesome weekend that was Art of Speed Asia 2014.

On behalf of the team, THANK YOU for being part of the event and we wouldn’t be here for the third time if it wasn’t for your participation.

We recorded an approximate crowd of 80,000 people at the event and the festivities would simply not have been the same without your presence there.

We hope that you enjoyed yourselves and took home a good experience from AOSASIA14. We’d love to hear any feedback you may have, be it good or bad, on the event. For those who did not have a great time, any and all constructive criticism is appreciated as we are always trying to learn and grow. So let’s do this together. You can e-mail it to us at Thanks!

We do apologize if any of us have said or done anything to offend you during the event. Sometimes with so many things happening at the same time, we may have acted thoughtlessly and for that, we humbly apologize. We have tried our best but we promise that our best will be better every year.

Do check out our FULL PICTURE ALBUM here!

We hope to see you at AOSASIA15! Plans are already underway =)

Warm regards,

Team #aosasia14

June 27, 2014

ArtOfSpeed.ASiA GO MOONEYES 2014


Our value for money package is back!

Enjoy GoodTimes in Japan for the Mooneyes HRCS2014 Show & check out local shops in Tokyo & surrounding areas.


EarlyBird Special:
1st Payment: RM1000 by 10th July.
2nd Payment: RM500 by 10th August.
3rd Payment: RM1000 by 10th Sept.
Final Payment: RM1788 by 10th Oct 2014.

Book now! Call/WhatsApp Adam at: +6016.254.7718 Email:

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ArtOfSpeed.ASiA 2014 is back, bigger & badder all thanks to our supporters! This show is for you!

Line-up for 2014, Special International Guest:

Shige Suganuma
Hiro ‘Wildman’ Ishii – Celebrating 25years of Pinstriping!
Steve Sare

Featuring: 1952 Split Window Type1 Drag Racer “The Inch Pincher III” and Nao Fujita of FLAT4

Featuring: “Carbon S30 Fairlady Z” and Yoshiya Watanabe of Rocky Auto.

Featuring: Harley-Davidson Sportster “Stealth Bullet” AMD World Championship of Bike Building Winner and Winston Yeh of Rough Crafts.

Editor for Japan: Dino Dalle Carbonare

Editor: The Nash

Featuring: Kutsom Kulture Produktion
MrG | Makoto | Jetwrench | Boo

Featuring: Jeffrey Chang of Air Runner.

Highlights of AOS ASIA 2014:

1. Show and Shine competition:
- Over 100 Motorcycles
- Over 120 Cars
- 30 Lowrider Bicycles

2. 15 bands at main stage

3. MotoCircus Art Gallery curated by Bone Alfie and the District Shop-Gallery with local and international artists, along with Art demos and commissioned work.

4. Extreme Sports Arena
- Soapbox Show and GO!
- Skate

5. Over 150 vendors:
- AOS Marketplace includes F&B, biker and car-related merchandise, cool apparel
- Vintage and jeans market by PintuMerah
- Local brand bazaar by Tempatan Fest

6. Triumph Motorcycle Photowall Competition

7. Children and family activities:
- Giant Bubble
- Tamiya
- Hot Wheels Malaysia Fan Club
- Star Wars Malaysia Fan Club

8. 501st Legion Star Wars Charity Fundraising and Phototaking for Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory

Plenty more coming so follow us on Facebook & Instagram for latest details! Viva Kustom Kulture! #aosasia14 #gayabukanjenama

May 29, 2014

Get Yourself to Art of Speed Asia 2014!


MyTeksi is the Official Ride for Art of Speed Asia this 7 & 8 June at Citta Mall, Ara Damansara.

Make your way to “CITTA MALL x ART OF SPEED ASIA” with MyTeksi and get RM5 cash-back and FREE ice-cream if you visit their booth!

They’ll be there from 10am to 10pm (Sat) and 10am-6pm (Sun) so see ya there!

For more info about the event, visit the FB page here.

Promo Area: To “CITTA MALL x ART OF SPEED” only

Promo Period: 7-Jun-2014 to 8-Jun-2014

MyTeksi Counter Operation Hours: 10:00AM to 10:00PM (Sat) and 10:00AM to 6:00PM (Sun)

Here’s how to get your one-way taxi ride RM5 direct cash-back

Step 1: 
Download the MyTeksi app from the Apple App Store (, Google Play Store (, Windows Phone Store ( and/or Blackberry World ( and activate your account.

Step 2:
Select “CITTA MALL x ART OF SPEED” as your drop-off location.

Step 3:
Drop by the MyTeksi counter at ART OF SPEED ASIA between 10am to 10pm (Sat) and 10am-6pm (Sun) during the event to redeem your RM5 direct cash-back.

  • All taxi bookings must be made through the MyTeksi app in order to be eligible for the RM5 cash-back.
  • Drop-off location must be “CITTA MALL x ART OF SPEED”.
  • Applicable for Budget and Executive taxis.

*Terms and Conditions Apply
For further inquiries, please contact us at 03-20355858 or

Terms and Conditions
Updated 15 May 2014

“ART OF SPEED ASIA” Promotion (“the Campaign”) is organised by MyTeksi Sdn. Bhd. (“the Organiser”) and is open to all Malaysian citizens, permanent residents residing in Malaysia and foreigners who are travelling or working in Malaysia. The following persons are not eligible to participate in the Campaign:

By taking part in this campaign, you have indicated that you have read, understood and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions. You also acknowledge and agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions below and decisions of the judges and Organiser without limitation or qualification. You further agree that all decisions of the Organiser shall be final and conclusive.

Campaign Duration

The Campaign will run on 7 & 8 June 2014 (“the Campaign Period”). The Organiser reserves the sole and absolute right to alter or end the Campaign at any time prior to the expiry of the Campaign Period without giving any prior notice and no compensation in cash or in kind shall be given.

Eligibility Criteria

Participants must:

  • Make a MyTeksi booking throughout the Promo Period from anywhere within the Klang Valley, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya area.
  • Select “CITTA MALL x ART OF SPEED” as drop off location.
  • Taxi type selected can be budget or Executive taxis.

General Terms and Limitation of Liability

MyTeksi reserves the sole and absolute right to withdraw, amend and/or alter any part or the whole terms and conditions in relation to this Campaign at any time without giving any prior notice to the Customers and the Customers agree to be bound by those changes.

  • MyTeksi’s decisions in any matter in relation to the Campaign shall be final and conclusive.
  • The promo code is not transferable. MyTeksi reserves the right to substitute and replace the promo code offered with another promo code of equal or higher value.
  • MyTeksi shall not be liable for any claims by the Customers or third-party claims or loses of any nature, including but not limited to, loss of profits, punitive, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages or for other damages and any related claims of any nature, including direct, indirect, third party, consequential or other damages resulting from or in connection with this Campaign.

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May 29, 2014

Klik Sini | Click Here!

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Salam and hello to everyone!

Bagaimana untuk melayari kolum maklumat di dalam web ini?

Senang sahaja. Lihat gambar diatas dan klik di bahagian yang ditanda dan secara automatik, kolum tambahan akan muncul disebelah kanan skrin laman web anda.

Jika anda berminat untuk berniaga di tapak acara Art of Speed Asia 2014 di Citta Mall, klik CORPORATE SPACE & BOOTH.

Untuk bakal peserta pertandingan Show & Shine, klik terus di OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM dan baca dengan teliti arahan yang telah diberikan. Muat turun borang PDF anda di komputer anda dan isi borang anda dengan menaip terus. Jangan lupa tekan SAVE dan kemudian hantar borang dengan gambar kenderaan anda di alamat e-mel yang telah diberi untuk saringan. Tunggu jawapan dari pihak kami samada anda lulus atau tidak.

Tarikh akhir untuk semua penyertaan pertandingan dan permohonan berniaga adalah pada 30 April 2014. Jika tidak pasti dan perlu maklumat lebih lanjut, sila telefon ke talian 019.373.6798.

How to go about the information in this website?

Its very easy! Please refer to the picture above and click on the area that I have marked in red. Automatically, a side panel will appear on the right side of your website screen.

If you are looking for business opportunity at Art of Speed Asia 2014, Citta Mall please click at CORPORATE SPACE & BOOTH.

For those who wants to compete in our Show & Shine, go straight to OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM and read the instruction thoroughly and and then proceed to download the form. The PDF form can be typed in and don’t forget to click SAVE. Send the form and a picture of your vehicle to the e-mail address given for scrutinizing process. Wait for our approval reply.

Deadline for all Show & Shine guests and booth requests is on the 30th April 2014. If you require more information, please call us at 019.373.6798.

Terima Kasih! | Thank you!


April 4, 2014