Saturday, 27 August 2011


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1st. Joo Ngan Professional Bike Centre Ampang
(facing main fly over shop lot)
No 377-1, 4th Mile, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03- 4257 5249 Datuk Ng Joo Ngan 019- 3312 550

2nd. Joo Ngan Son Bicycle Specialist
(opposite Uptown) (BHP petrol station opposite shop lot)
Joo Ngan Son Bicycle Specialist
Damansara Utama (opposite Up Town):
No 3, SS21/37,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 603-7727 8742
Fax: 603-7727 8741
HP: 012- 6542234 (Edwin), 012- 383 2234 (Kelly)
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3rd. Joo Ngan Son Bicycle Specialist
Desa ParkCity (Jaya Jusco extra):
Lot: 27, no: 5,
Persiaran Residen Desa Parkcity, Kepong.52200, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603-6280 7622
Fax: 603-6280 7622
HP: 012- 6542234 (Edwin), 012- 383 2234 (Kelly), 016- 3958782 (Johny)

4th. Joo Ngan Pro Bicycle Centre Sri Petaling
(from bukit jalil & highway, pass Endah Parrade & BHP petrol station, straight up till traffic light, we are just opposite shop lot.)
(facing main road, opposite traffic light & Tadika Sinar Jaya)
(behind Chinese Herbal shop),
No 46- G, Jln Radin Anum 1, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603-9059 1828
HP: 017- 332 9936 (Karen) , 012- 494 9936 (Eddy Siow)

5th. Joo Ngan Son Bicycle Specialist
No: G-03A, Ground floor, No: 1, Jln PJU 1A/ 48, PJU 1A, Ara Damansara, 47301 P.J.
HP: 016- 3958782 (Johny), 012- 6542234 (Edwin), 012- 383 2234 (Kelly)

NG JOO NGAN became a cyclist by accident. It all happened when Ng was around 15 and Ng elder brother Ng Joo Pong asked him to challenge their neighbour in a cycling race. Ng accepted the challenge and race with him... but he loss. That loss had a profound effect on him. He felt bad at letting his brother down and decided to challenge the friend to another race a week later. In the meantime, he trained as though as he was going for a national cycling competition. `I used to wake up at 5am and train for two hours every day before going to school,' sayed Ng. second race, Ng beat the neighbour hands down. He felt euphoric. He also had an epiphany: with training and discipline comes victory. It was a lesson him with unforgettable. That first taste of victory set him on the path of becoming a cyclist. He used to follow his elder brother for cycling competitions. With no one to coach him, he learnt from his mistakes and from experienced riders. `I didn't think of what career I wanted or what to do with my life. My dream was to constantly challenge myself,' says Ng.Nineteen-seventy was a banner year for Ng. He also won the National Sports Council `Sportsman of The Year' award. After his return from the Asian Games, Ng slowly moved to coaching. He was asked to coach the KL Cycling Club and like cycling, it was something he learnt on the job on his own through hits and misses. `The first year I coached, we did not become overall champions. But from the year after that, for the next 15 years I was with them, we were champions every year,' he mention proudly. His impressive work with the club was getting him noticed and in 1977, while still coaching the club, he also became the national cycling coach. Over the years, he has trained such champions as M. Kumaresan, Tsen Siong Hong, Teoh Chen Hai, Cheng Chong Ming and Ali Hassan, to name a few. `All these years, my cyclists have won more than 53 gold medals at various events at international level. No matter how good a coach you are, if you do not win races, you are a flop,' he says. `He is a very dedicated coach, it is difficult to find a person of his calibre,' says Kumaresan. `He is disciplined and patient. He will be at the training grounds earlier than the cyclists. I learnt all about punctuality and discipline from him. I haven't seen anyone like him who is so passionate about coaching.' Ng's dedication to his sport was recognised by the sports fraternity, and in 2004, he was awarded the National Sports Council `Coach of the Year' award, a recognition some believe, was long overdue. The government recognised his contribution to cycling and has bestowed on him the KMN and AMN titles.
Datuk Ng Joo Ngan was born on the 21st August 1947, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

He is considered the most successful cyclist in Malaysia history having won the most competition and the Asian Games.

He started cycling at the age of 15. It all started when he accepted a challenge to race with his elder brother friend, their neighbour. He lost the race but after a week of training, he won the next race. From that day onwards, he train cycling daily and within a year, he was a national cyclist representing Malaysia.

Personal Achievements

1966 Represented Malaysia for ASIA Games, Bangkok

Overall 4th placing for TEAM time trial
1967 Represented Malaysia for SEAP Games, Kuala Lumpur
Bronze medal for 4km Team pursuit
Silver medal for 100km Team time trial
Bronze medal for 200km road race
1968 National Champion for 40km Individual time trial
National Champion for 25km Criterium race
1970 National Champion for Track & Road race in Seremban
Represented Malaysia for Tour of Jawa
Overall Team & Individual Champion
Represented Malaysia for ASIA Games, Bangkok
GOLD medal for 200km road race (Record Holder)
Silver medal for 200km Team road race
1971 National Champion for Individual road race of Tour of Malaysia
8 days race totalling 1,020km
Awarded "Sportman of the Year 1970"
1973 Represented Malaysia for SEAP Games, Singapore
Silver medal for 100km Team road race
Bronze medal for 100km Team time trial
1974 National Champion for 200km road race. In conjunction with the Federal Territory Day on the 1st of February 2010, Ng Joo Ngan was conferred the Panglima Mahkota Wilayah (P.M.W) which carries the title "Datuk". The ceremony was carried out at the Istana Negara Kuala Lumpur.