Dean Koh

National Road Cycling Championships 2012

The Womens’ Open Road Race Podium (L to R): Kate Poat, Dinah Chen & Angela Huang. It was a scorching weekend with no less intensive cycling action at the Singapore National Road Cycling Championship last weekend. A total of 444 cyclists across 18 categories participated over the 2 day event. Some hot local favourites included Dinah Chen, who won both the women’s open time trial and road race titles. For the final and most talked about Men’s Open Road Race, Darren Low, OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team rider crossed the finish line ahead of Nick Swallow from Great Britain...

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As ‘Esi’ As ABC

  Introduction Most people have a love-hate relationship with foldable bikes. Fans of them love the cute tire sizes, fancy designs and most importantly of course, the ability to ‘transform’ the bike into a more compact size for storage or transportation. On the other side of the spectrum are purists who insist on riding a proper sized road or mountain bike. When we speak about foldable bikes, brands like Dahon and Brompton will inevitably come to mind. However, there is a relatively new brand in the market, which offers not just the standard manual foldable bike but also something...

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EuroBike 2012: A Sneak Peak of Crank Brothers offerings for 2013

Wheely nice wheels by Crank Brothers What really struck me at the Crank Brothers booth at EuroBike this year is their use of bright anodized colours and artful arrangement of their range of products, from wheels to stems to pedals. The display which really stood out was the colourful array of wheel models, making most visitors like myself wanting to take one pair back to match the mountain bikes we have at home. Highly ‘poisonous’, if you know what I mean. One of the signature products which come to mind immediately when the name “Crank Brothers” is mentioned is...

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