Category Archives: Reviews

Long term review: Bollé The One Helmet

Bollé first foray into the cycling helmet scene is aptly called The One. Why do they The One ? Nobody knows. The One however does pack a number of extra features, some of them unique when the helmet was introduced … Continue reading

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Review: Bryton Rider 310

Bryton released the Bryton Rider 310 at the end of 2015 as an replacement for the Rider 30. It offers all the features that the rider 30 has but with the addition of being able to support input from your … Continue reading

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B’Twin Count 4 cycle computer

Not everyone has the financial capacity to triple digits, nor have the willingness to spend that much on a cycle computer that gives you all the stats you need about your ride. If one needs to get a basic computer … Continue reading

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Raleigh MV8 Upgrade

On my previous blog post, I reviewed the Raleigh MV8, where I liked its long wheelbase, but didn’t like its stock wheel. It was a good riding frame for 400 sgd or so. I made the faithful decision to upgrade … Continue reading

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First Look: Time Ergodrive Handlebar

Introduction Carbon bits are expensive, especially one from a renowned company such as TIME where its bicycle frames and accessories are made in France. This is rare in an era where companies would rather outsource its carbon production to Taiwan … Continue reading

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Raleigh MV8 Review

All along, I had a certain fascination on mini velo, they look really small and are designed to go longer distance as opposed to a BMX. To put it simply, they are in my best description described as non fold-able … Continue reading

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Review: Fizik Tri Gel Pad

Aerobars often come stock with cloth elbow padding, which may suit some people. For me, I do not like to use cloth based padding, as they will stink under Singapore Humid weather and they come out easy after the cloth … Continue reading

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