From Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh, from lonely highways to crowded city roads, Aaron Chan, Zaim Rosli and Shidi (of Pedal Malaya) gave us a look into their lives on the bike, and how the Levi’s® Commuter™ collection enables them to be truly comfortable on their favourite mode of transportation.
In collaboration with urban culture portal Streething, we documented the lives of three prominent Malaysian cycling personalities. See their stories through these Live in Levi’s® Project Films. Click here to watch and visit Streething for more info.
A downhill cyclist and a model, Aaron Chan balances the two contrasting lifestyles with little fuss. Although a constant fixture in the Malaysian fashion scene, he continues to wear his battle scars from racing competitions both local and international with pride.
When he's not on his bike, Zaim Rosli is a popular photographer. Based in Ipoh, Zaim caught the cycling community's attention when he released SEKSA!, a cycling travelogue that chronicled his 410km journey from Johor to Kuala Lumpur on a fixed gear bicycle.
It is definitely no easy feat to educate and build interest around bike safety but Shidi set out to make it happen. With the hope of seeing Malaysia become a bicycle-friendly country, Shidi founded Pedal Malaya in 2011 to organise community-based events to promote bike safety.