The official Clubhouse for Art of Speed Malaysia (C.H.A.O.S) is now in Kuala Lumpur. Located in the city centre at Datuk Keramat, C.H.A.O.S is the permanent home for motoring enthusiast & also house the office of Art of Speed Malaysia.
The new premise will also showcase curated international brands comprising of MOONEYES, Naskleeng13, Pickers Store and many more brands coming soon.
According to Asep Ahmad, the founder of Art of Speed; the new premise will also host space for community members to actively participate in lifestyle activities such as bike and car wash areas, DIY class workshops and lounging area. More specific programs are being brainstormed for future progress.
Visitors are encouraged to park their vehicles inside the premise and not to double park at the residential roadside. Preferably best to park at the main road and walk to the premise to respect the neighbourhood vibes.
As Covid enters into endemic stage, the Club House will only be accepting visitors that had fully inoculated with 14 days assessment and comply with strict SOP of mask wearing and social distancing.
The Club house will be operating from 11am to 6pm from Mondays to Saturdays.
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KUALA LUMPUR, 27 JULY 2020 – Art of Speed, Malaysia’s very own homegrown Old-Skool & Kustom Kulture event, via its newly launched social club known as Art of Speed Club Chapter; organized their first National Run bike convoy last Saturday night. The bike convoys concurrently held in 20 cities and major towns in Peninsular Malaysia including Sabah & Sarawak.
The ride was planned in less than a week started off as a casual discussion topic in their private Facebook Group called Art of Speed Club Chapter. The discussion spurred after the founder of Art of Speed Malaysia, Asep Ahmad Iskandar and his passionate team launched the AOS Club Chapter better known as AOSCC on Monday 22nd June. The virtual launch was done in the private group which now has more than 11,000 invited members whoare also Facebook user.
“LamaXRide” is coined after the feeling of not being able to socialize on the road with two wheels in Malay which is “Lama Tidak Ride”. After upon agreed in the group, the members simultaneously agreed to have the ride concurrently in their own states as the nation is still observing the current Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) which will end on 31st August 2020.
Each motorcycle clubs agreed to ride in 20 pax in segregated convoys, observing social distancing, and during registration they were encouraged to take safety measures such as checking body temperature and always sanitizing their hands with carry on hand sanitizers.
Some clubs in certain cities started in the morning and some others initiated the convoy after 5pm till late. Roughly to say about 500 riders from various motorcycle clubs participated in this National Run.
The names of the cities and total riders are as follows :
The riders also turned up in style as few sponsors were keen to donate lucky prizes to the best dressed rider. The method to determine the winner will then be done again in Virtual Meet in their private FB group this coming days by posting up pictures with the hashtag ride.