3 months ago, togoparts.com launched #TOGO810, the first of Singapore's first-ever "Ride Anywhere, Anytime" cycling tri series. The game plan was simple: the participant would have to cycle at least 810km within 8 weeks and he or she will automatically qualify for a Finisher Jersey. Believe it or not, 243 riders actually completed the distance within the given timeframe! Now that #TOGO810 is over, what is next?
With a distance of 217.2km, cycling enthusiast Alan Grant smashed the current Singapore Book of Records for the longest distance covered on a stationary bike in 6 hours by a male, which was previously set by Zeng Yukai in June 2008. The previous record was 142.4km.
As distinct as they may be, cycling enthusiasts and green activists now have a common ground to rejoice about. In a press announcement by the Ministry of National Development (MND), developers will have to take the needs of pedestrians and cyclists into consideration when developing new infrastructures.
Friedrichshafen, Germany – Wide, wider, widest: Is this the trend that will shape bikes in 2017? Plus sizes, not just in tires but also for other bike components, are already in style this year in the biking scene. But apparently it just won’t be enough width. Working towards an unprecedented 36 gears may be part of the craze. In any case, bike experts are already certain that the 12th sprocket is on the way. Whether they’re right will become apparent at the next Eurobike, from August 31 to September 04, 2016.
The nation’s largest cycling event – OCBC Cycle – returns for its second edition on 1 and 2 October this year. OCBC Cycle 2016 promises more exciting experiences, more interesting activities and more great deals for participants, their families and friends.
Sleek makeover and high performance from the best pound-for-pound competitive-level mountain biking cranksets, derailleurs, cassettes, shifters, levers, rotors and hubs on the market.
Di2 now features wireless customization capabilities with upwards compatibility to XTR level
As the weekend of TTSH Charity Ride 2016 drew near, our Charity Riders watched the weather reports of Taiwan anxiously as temperatures plunged and rain was expected. Although we braced ourselves for the cold before we set off, nothing could have prepared us for the strong winds, made worse by the rain that greeted us the moment we touched down at Taoyuan International Airport.