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Yet another national cyclist has found himself in trouble with the law in just under a week.
Posted 27th Jul 2015
After three exciting weeks, 21 stages and 3,360km (2,088mi) through the Netherlands, Belgium and France, Chris Froome brought the yellow jersey to Paris to win ‘Le Tour’ for the second time.
Posted 27th Jul 2015
Pay for parking at parks
You might be used to going for your leisurely morning walk, or your long distance marathon training at the park you've been visiting for years, but there's now something new.
Posted 27th Jul 2015
6 Biking Trends To Watch

Things that go round and round


Maybe you've been biking under a rock for the last 2 years, or getting back into mountain biking after a long hiatus. Stay abreast of the bike trend curve and be set for the rest of this year! Here's the trends to watch in the fast-changing world of bike tech and bike retail.


650B+, 29+

Fat bikes have come and, well, some say this trend’s momentum is spent. But fat tires introduced riders to the joy of riding terrain previously barred to them due to lack of traction. For many, the feeling of floating over sand, snow or slippery roots on nothing more than a few PSI of air; with spades of traction to ride up any obstacle, is ...

Posted 27th Jul 2015
Vincent Ang investigated for assaulting fellow teammate
National cyclist Vincent Ang has landed himself in hot soup again.
Posted 23rd Jul 2015
SINGAPORE, 22 July 2015 – OCBC Cycle 2015 is proving to be more than just another mass cycling event with the inaugural OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship. Fifteen top local cycling teams will be taking part in this Championship, which is set to revolutionize the local cycling scene and thrill fans with its spectator-friendly and exhilarating high-speed racing format.
Posted 23rd Jul 2015
Marzocchi bicycle arm still in business
Italian bike suspension brand Marzocchi has released news of its closure, much to the dismay of motorcycle enthusiasts.
Posted 23rd Jul 2015
Funn Python Pedals

Thin and Tough

Fancy a pedal that is light, strong and extremely durable? Look no further than Funn's new Python pedals.

Weighing in at a mere 375g a pair, the Python was designed for aggressive riding whilst remaining plenty easy to service.

How easy? No hassle at all actually, as the Python uses a cartridge axle that is fully sealed on the outside. This means absolutely no crap going into the bearings and internals of the pedals, which makes for supreme durability and serviceability.

The cartridge housing is made of self-lubricating plastic, and a large contact area to share the pedalling load is formed between the housing and axle.

These ped...

Posted 22nd Jul 2015
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