This is perhaps Kruzer’s shortest ride but without sacrificing the experience. Carefully selected, this beautiful, spacious house is a dream home for many. Nestled in the secluded, lush, verdant private estate within Leisure Farm, this accommodation with its own private pool was an ideal getaway to relax and unwind for the short weekend.
One of Kruzer’s easy rides for R&R is Malacca. We usually stay near Bert’s Garden as that’s where we spend most of our time. However for this trip, we stayed at a place closer to Malacca Town. This place was chosen as this used to be the home of our dearest club president’s family during… Read more »
Fraser’s Hill is one place we can’t seem to get enough off. It must be the charm and simplicity of the location that draws us back again. Tuck up on a hill without much usual tourist attraction also helps with less crowd. But most of all, it is the road up Fraser’s Hill (and the… Read more »
Contrary to our previous trip to Malacca – a historic town known for antique shops and its night market, this trip, we escaped to a secluded destination thats situated near a forest. De Serenity is located in an area that is familiar to Kruzer as we have been to two other places, Awanmulan and The… Read more »
Kruzer celebrates its 12 Anniversary at yet another new location this year. It is also the first time we actually celebrate our anniversary on the actual day of the club’s registration date (woohoo!). Templer Park Rainforest Retreat has been on our list but due to its popularity, it has been hard to get a booking…. Read more »
What better way to unwind over the weekend than to dip in your very own private pool with a your buddies while enjoying… Posted by Kruzer on Tuesday, 15 December 2015
2009 was when it all began. What started out as a motorcycling trip by 2 Kruzer founders in Ladakh – a mountainous region in the disputed northwest Jammu and Kashmir area in north India – spun off a trilogy of motorcycling adventures with a Himalayan experience in 2011, followed by 2014. Though pictures are worth… Read more »
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We did a recce on the 8 Sept and found a nice place for our ride. Its been a long time since we found new places and this one is a gem tucked in a hills of Berembun Forest – Awanmulan Its built on a private agricultural land some 1000ft ASL where it offers a… Read more »
Kruzer Kamp 20-21 Sep 2008
I’m just too busy to write these days…so I left it to my trusty machine to do the thinking for what’s so cool about Kruzer Kamp II!
Lost on what to bring along on a motorcycle camping ride? Here’s something that might help!
Want something new and exciting? Bring your riding into another level of experience!
Rest.Eat.Shoot? 23 August 2008 by Kenny
Why do I have the feeling I got cheated on this ride? Read on and find out……..
Kruzer R•E•S August by Isaac
I remembered the first time I ascended Mt Ophir some 22 years back. There were just 2 of us, driven with audacity of being young and foolish. With much trial and error on the track, we finally made it to the summit after 10 hours. Adding to the foolish and ignorance, we camped right at the… Read more »
Kruzer's New Look!
Thanks to all who turned out for the launch of the new Kruzer Website. We certainly hope you like the new clean look of the website!
Lookout for our new mugs coming to you soon
Kruzer @ Silk Bay. 19-20 July 2008
Only a quick 2 hours away from the 2nd Link, Tanjung Sutera (Silk Bay in Malay) is really a hidden gem in all sense of the word. With its entrance right beside a little plantation road, it’s nestled in the quaint corner of Sedili Besar, away from the jetty where fishermen launched their boats in search for the day’s catch.
Damaged Switch Assembly due to arching During our day ride in June, my valk just died. Suspecting a blown fuse, I got the 30 amp fuse replaced. However after a moment, it busted again. I soon had to take the risk of permanently damaging the switch assembly’s(figure a) connectors casing. This had to… Read more »
Lake 2 Lake – May 2008
17 – 19 May 2008 by Tony We all may find out – there are certain things that stick with you for life. Fun of riding is something sticks to me. Since very young I already started! Not riding a motorbike but riding a bicycle. I remember it’s during my kindergarden time, after a Sunday… Read more »