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WATCH: Chris Martin Biking Around Mall of Asia

Maybe he's warming up for an electrifying performance.
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Just before 5 p.m., Chris Martin already made the headlines for visiting a cancer-stricken fan in the hospital before the Manila leg of Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams tour. According to an article in Interaksyon, the patient, Ken Santiago, had intended to watch live but he was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer in February. His brother Kheil reached out to Martin via an open letter on Facebook.

But apparently the Coldplay frontman still has a lot of excess energy before what is supposedly a power-packed performance. Lines for the sold-out show began as early as 2 p.m. but patient fans were given a treat when, just a few minutes ago, Martin cruised around the MOA grounds on a bicycle. 

For those of us who weren't willing to fly to Singapore or shell out a few thousands for a ticket, here's a gift from fast fans who were able to capture the moment:

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