This could be your future bike helmet

Traditional bike helmets are clucnky and, oftentimes, oversized. That's why these people took it upon themselves to make a collapsible helmet with safety in mind. 

Posted 13th Oct 2016
Demand for e-scooters increases after rules on e-bikes kicked in

E-scooters have been on a rampant rise in recent times, with some shops reportedly selling hundreds of unit every month.  In contrast, consumers’ interest in e-bikes has dampened drastically.  Retailers put this trend down to the stricter rules that have been imposed on e-bikes since last December.

Posted 10th Oct 2016
Holy Crit organisers made a comeback with legalised races

The duo who made headlines about two years ago for organising a series of Holy Crit street races without the approval from the authorities have returned to the limelight.  The difference is that their races will be organised with the authorities’ full backing this time round.  

Posted 9th Oct 2016
More than 700 cyclists and Users of Personal Mobility Devices caught by LTA

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) revealed in a press statement on Wednesday (5 October) that more than 700 cyclists and Personal Mobility Device (PMD) users were caught by its Active Mobility Enforcement team for practicing unsafe riding.

Posted 5th Oct 2016
Official Launch of Treknology Premium Showroom

Treknology presented its personalised suite of services and facilities for high performance cyclists; Project One Lounge, Trek Precision Fit Studio, CycleOps Training Centre, full service Tech Centre for bike assembly and servicing and unveiled the latest 2017 Trek bicycle line-up at their premium store launch at 11 Cuscaden Road.

Posted 5th Oct 2016
Meet our #TOGOChallenge Participants

In our last challenge, #TOGO920, we asked our followers to cover 920km in a span of nine weeks. This was done to invigorate the biking community -among them, Allan Yeo a.k.a. UcleTamiya. Allen was first place finisher in the last challenge clocking in a whopping 7,714.63. But it was not all laurels and medals at first.

Posted 4th Oct 2016
Cyclists want more mass cycling events

It appears the 2016 edition of the two-day OCBC Cycle, which ended beautifully last Sunday (2 October), was not enough to fill the riders’ hunger for more mass cycling events.  Backed by the OCBC Bank for the eighth straight year, this year’s mega cycling episode attracted close to 7,000 cyclists on its second day.

Posted 3rd Oct 2016

The New Paper reports Madam Ang Liu Kiow, a 53-year-old housewife, met with an accident involving a 17-year-old on an electric scooter last Saturday 17th September.

Posted 21st Sep 2016
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