The New Paper reports Madam Ang Liu...
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.
Cyclists are no longer spared from being summoned by the authorities. Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan revealed in Parliament on 13 September (Tuesday) that a total of 29 summonses were issued, within a time-space of one year from June last year to June this year, against cyclists for cycling in prohibited areas.
Aerodynamic bikes just keep getting better. Recently, Diamondback unleashed the Andean, a revolutionary triathlon road bike that takes the conventional bike design to a whole new level.
The planning and designing of bicycle paths in space-constrained Singapore is never an easy task, as considerations have to be set aside for buildings, public infrastructures and other road users like motorists and pedestrians. In a bid to build streets with user-friendly cycling paths, scientists from the Future Cities Laboratory have turned to Virtual Reality (VR) to find out how well-designed streets with safe cycling paths can influence more people to cycle.
Sign up for the challenge now! To do 1050km in 9 weeks, you just ned to clock 117km weekly. Slow and steady wins the race. If you are looking to beat 2,515km to get the Elite Jersey, start early!
The new Funan is not going to be a place that sells gadgets and nothing else. At a recent ground-breaking ceremony that symbolised the commencement of developmental works, CapitaLand Mall Trust, the owner of Funan, announced that the new mall will have an indoor cycling path, sports facilities and a cinema.
Singapore’s first automated bicycle parking system is targeted to be launched in early 2017!
Developed as part of Kampung Admiralty, an 11-storey integrated development project in the northern part of Singapore, the automated bicycle parking system will be one of the key amenities in the “modern kampung”.
Last year, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) laid down a revolutionary mandate in the UCI road racing realm, approving the use of disc brakes on road bikes on a trial basis. At that time, UCI envisaged the adoption of disc brakes at all levels of racing by 2017 and was leaning towards this direction if the trial is successful.