Singapore Women's Cycling Team in the month of April 2004 and in the ensuing
years, at her own expense, devoted herself entirely to connecting women from all
walks of life through the sport.

To make ends meet, Noor Azmah provides feelance aerobics lessons for women.
Her commitment and personal sacrifice for the love of the sport and her country can
be traced to her uninterrupted 10-year feelance aerobics instructor stint at the
Singapore Island Country Club ( Bukit ).

In 2007, she was a nominee for the Singapore Sporting Inspiration Awards ( SSIA ).
Like all true sportsmen & women, her dedication to the sport of cycling is born of
pure passion
Taman Negara International MTB Championships, M'sia - 1994                     
Genting Highlands International MTB Championships, M'sia -1995                
Langkawi MTB Cross-Country Championships, M'sia -1996                               
The Rain Forest Cup, Kuching, Sarawak ( cross-country 1996 )                      
NTU Road Race, S'pore ( criterium 1996 )                                                        
Malaysia National MTB Championships 1996                                                   
The Runway Cycling Road Race, S'pore 1996                                                
The Singapore Polytechnic Criterium ( road race 1997 )                                
Universiti Teknologi Malaysian MTB Championships, Johore 1997                
Terengganu Marang MTB/DH Challenge 1997                                               
Kenyir Eco Fest, K.Terengganu, MTB Nat'l Champ Series 1997                      
Pre Asian MTB Cycling Championships, Malacca 1988                                 
Desaru Off-Road Open, M'sia 1998                                                                  

Australian Disabled Cycling Championships, Perth ( tandem 1998 )
Women's Open 1km Time Trial                                                                   
Women's Open 3km Individual Pursuit                                                        

SAFRA MTB Championships, Sentosa 1999~2000                                          
The Barelang Tour of Batam, Indonesia ( road race1999 )                               
DORO GP MTB Championships, Desaru ( 1999 overall championships )        

Southern Cross Multi Disabilty Championships, Sydney ( tandem 1999 )
Mixed Category Road Time Trial                                                                   

Pulau Ubin Mountain Bike Race ( 2000 )                                                        
Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games ( tandem cycling )
Women's Open 1km Time Trial                                                                 
Sentosa MTB Championships ( overall champion, Dec 2002 )                         
SACA Road Race, Sentosa ( 2003 )                                                                  
SUBARU International MTB Race, Sentosa ( 2003 )                                        
Singapore National MTB Race, BT 2005
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Major Mountain Bike/Road/Road Tandem Cycling Races Entered          Honors
Some of Noor Azmah's overseas race exploits include:
Race Officials doing final checks at the
2000 Paralympic Track event. ( Noor Azmah in pink helmet )
Southern Cross Multi-Disability
Championships,Sydney
( tandem 1998 )
Desaru Off-Road Open, Malaysia 1998.
From Left: Noor Azmah, Noor Azian Alias and
cyclist from Selangor Cycling Team
1994 - 1995
Mountainbike Pro Centre, Denison Seah & Eugene
Berita Harian article on Noor Azmah being nominee
for the Singapore Sporting Inspiration Awards ( SSIA ), 2007
Noor Azmah participated in countless races between
1994~2005 and retired from competitive cycling in
December 2003. Her participation in many overseas
competitive events are commendable and account for
her proficiency and knowledge in a broad range of
cycling disciplines.
In the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games, she earned a
chance to compete against many of the world's best
cyclists; the Paralympic Games also left an indelible
impression on her, compelling her towards perfecting
a dream to do her country proud. She founded the
1998 Desaru Off Road
Open Championships.
Johore, Malaysia
Kenyir Eco Fest, K.Terengganu, MTB National
Championships Series 1997
1996 - 2000
Alston Wheeler Express, Alston Lim
1999 - 2000
Mapei (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Felix Quek
2001 - 2005
Hup Leong Company, Gilbert
1996 - 2000
Oakley (Singapore)
2000
Polar (Singapore), Adrian Mok
2005 - 2006
Jeannie Lee