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The Oft-Overlooked Facts About Tyre Pressure

Many cyclists think about the latest upgrades they should make to improve their bikes. However, something as simple as a few psi less in your tyre pressure, can actually make a great difference to your cycling experience. Having the right or ideal tyre pressure for your tyres is important before you set off riding the trails or hills. Too full a tyre could cause you a flat because of sudden explosions; too little air could mean your wheels are scraping the ground as you roll. The ideal way to inflate, would be to do so against your weight and the type of terrain you’re conquering.

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Quench Your Thirst of Seasides with The Eastern Coastal Loop

Weekends are one of the best times for spending with your loved ones. This week, you might have attempted the Northern Explorer Loop; another lovely Loop awaits you this weekend from the list of Park Connector Networks (PCN) by the National Parks (NParks). As a matter of fact, NParks have made it possible for you to cycle the whole of Singapore just on the Park Connector Networks alone.

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Cycling The Northern Explorer Loop for Solitude & Sunset

If you’re a casual rider, the Park Connector Networks can provide you with a bit of challenge and fun riding long-distance.  You can also bask in much-needed nature scenery, sound of birdsong and generally indulge in the lush green rather missing from our hectic lives.

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All Things Bicycle and Its Electric Counterparts

Traditionally, most of us have known the ordinary bicycle and owned one ourselves. That de facto mode of short-distance transport and exercise, or long distance round-the-sunny-island marathons. Of course, we would probably be familiar with our own bikes: the height of our seats, the smoothness or stiffness with which the gears and chain turn, the force we need to pedal and amount of brake force needed for turning a corner safely. One pictures a family outing out at Punggol Waterway on a fleet of – bicycles. The regular exercise an old man takes is his daily evening bike ride out on his old Wheeler mountain bike to catch the sunset along the waterway.

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7 Cyclists’ Hand Signs You Should Know On the Roads

While on the roads, one of two things can happen: road rage, or happy smiles of acknowledgment. The former is caused by cyclists or car drivers neglecting their please and thank you hand signs and simply take their right of way rudely. The latter results because of a friendly wave; a passing smile of acknowledgment as thanks at the other giving way, or according you some form of courtesy. 

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Child Riding: How to Choose the Best Type of Bike Seat For Your Child

Childhood is perhaps the easiest age to pick up new skills. The child’s brain is malleable, experience absorbed like a sponge (pardon the cliche). It is no wonder some mothers throw their children in the water at age of 1 (favorite grandmother’s tale). Or how less mollycoddling mothers let their child be lost and immersed in an issue, and leave them to it rather than come to immediate rescue.

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On Eating Right: 5 Energy Snacks You Can Have Before a Ride

Eating well prior to bike rides can improve your chances of lasting throughout the ride and boost enjoyment. The exact diet isn’t rocket science; however, not eating well may lead you to “bonking” out on rides in excess of one hour. Proper nutrition is important, says the nutritionist. So what should you eat, and how should you maintain your body before and during the ride?

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The Green Rail Corridor: From Rails to Trails

On 3 May 1932, the Tanjong Pagar KTM railway station was completed and officially opened by Sir Cecil Clementi. For 79 years, it served the general populace till its closure on 1 July 2011. it served the general populace for 79 years. Tanjong Pagar KTM station has ceased been reserved as the Singapore Railway Museum. But what happened to the railway lines that ran from Tanjong Pagar to Woodlands and beyond?

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