To this rider, e-scootering along the park connector must have been boring affairs. Otherwise, why would he be taking his adrenalin rush to the next (but insane) level by cruising along the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) in the morning of last Friday (23 June)?
As part of its green initiatives and in support of the government’s call for a car-lite society, building services firm MCC Singapore has given each of its roughly 1,000 full-time employees a bicycle. MCC Singapore, which owns MCC Land, the developer of The Alps Residences condominium, invested about $250,000 into this corporate initiative. Safety gear and accessories, such as helmets and reflective shirts, are also provided.
Shimano unveils an all new lineup of Gravity and All-Mountain footwear and pedals at Fort William, developed in collaboration with the World Cup winning Atherton siblings, Dan, Gee, and Rachel.
The introduction of shared bicycles, which are a pretty common sight these days in cycling-friendly Singapore, has been both a boon and a bane. And it seems that the bane factor has taken itself to another level, thanks to the increasing number of reports on illegal parking and abuse of the shared bikes. To tackle the problems, the Jurong-Clementi Town Council inked a memorandum of understanding with the three bike-sharing companies - Mobile, ofo Singapore and oBike - to manage issues arising from illegal parking or unsafe bicycle use.
The long awaited TOGO-X challenges are back for 2017, better than ever.
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