Where to ride during the Chinese New Year?Thursday.. Friday.. Saturday.. Sunday.. Whoooaah! A whooping four long days of non-work festive holidays for this Chinese New Year (CNY)! For many of us, the duration of the holidays is long enough to make us sit down and ponder “so, how shall I spend my Saturday and Sunday?” after the yearly ritual of visiting relatives (and vice versa) during Nian Chu Yi (first day of CNY) and Nian Chu Er (second day of CNY). Well, there are a few things that you can do. You can choose to visit your (more distance) relatives (we hope that we are not getting some frowns). Or you can choose to get out of Singapore to Bintan Island for a short getaway. Or you can choose to stay within Singapore and grab a hotel stay for a short staycation. Or you can choose to ride. Yes, the fourth option sounds fun! But where?
5 New Things to Do in 2015 as a CyclistFor most cyclists (including myself), it seems that plying on the same cycling route on that weather-beaten bicycle will soon become a stodgy activity in no more than a couple of weeks. Continuing with that same path is likely to familiarise you with the typical timings that the elderly couple from your adjacent apartment will be walking their Jack Russell Terrier. Somehow, novice and avid riders alike, we cannot seem to stay put in the same place doing the same thing. As cyclists with a ride-hard-and-play-hard attitude, we have a penchant for new stuff. Anything. As long as it is new to us.
5 reasons why you should buy from the Togoparts e-Store1. Delivered Right to your Doorstep - FastWe understand that bicycle supplies are rarely a matter of life and death but it is always good to get your toys or replacement parts early before the weekend rides. We aim to deliver the stuff to you in 2 working days unless specified otherwise (by our partner merchant or by Ta-Q-bin our courier partner)
Box section and semi-aero wheelsGiven that this is your first road bike, and assuming that you are only owning one set of wheels, you should aim for a best set that money can buy that suits the terrain of routes you are likely to take most often.