Sigma Topline BC-1600 Review

Product Courtesy of Hup Leong Company SRP: SGD58, Additional RDS cordless unit SDG45 Availibility: Now Introduction of the company Sigma is a German company, which started off making cycling computers since the 80s, and has been in operation for 20 years. They have revamped their whole range of cyclometer for 2003. Introducing the new Topline series, which boost technological innovations such as: – Complete new supports for handlebar and stem mounting – Full text display – Easy, completely re-designed menu – Correct, digital data-transmission with the RDS system In the box The standard BC-1600 package comes with a wired...

Read More

Polygon Tyrano Review

Product Courtesy of Rodalink (S) Pte. Ltd. Retail Price: S$890 Availability: Now Polygon is not new to the biking scene having sponsored multiple cycling teams in regional races. They have been selling bikes locally for many years targeting mainly at the recreational market. Shift in corporate strategy has seen them attempting to re-position their market standing and trying to penetrate into the mid-range market. With their immense experience in bike manufacturing, it is easy for Polygon to come out with quality bikes that can give other manufacturers a run for their money. The Tyrano is their new generation of...

Read More

Extralite UltraStemUl Review

Product courtesy of: Seng Chu Hin MSRP: SGD300 Availability: Now Extralite is an Italian company notable for producing ultra lightweight frames and components for both mountain and road bikes. One of their flagship products would be the UltraStem Ul. One of the lightest XC stem around. Most people will be amaze when they got hold of these in their hands. The 100mm stem we acquired, claims to weigh a mere 94 grams. The Ul come in four different lengths, 100mm(94g), 110mm(98g), 120mm(102g) and 130mm(106g) with uniform +/- 4-degree rise. First Impressions A close inspection at the stem will reveal...

Read More