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  • Limited edition 3/4 sleeve raglan tees

    Now taking pre-orders! A very limited run of raglan tees with the Singapore Bike School crest will be available for sale by March 2013. Show your support and get them while they’re still baking! Specifications: 100% 30s Cotton Comb (~160gsm) White body & yellow sleeves with matching ribbed, crewneck collar [bizcart_add_to_cart id=”17″ ] We want […]

  • Quick recap:
    Downhill Mountain Bike Skills Clinic, 13 Jan 2013

    Our first Downhill Mountain Bike Skills Clinic for 2013 got off to an awesome start thanks in no small part to the support of Schwalbe, who generously handed out free tires to all participants – but more on that later. Under a slight drizzle, the clinic began promptly with a quick briefing of the day’s […]

  • Teva Links MTB Shoe review

    Marketed as a flat pedal, mountain biking shoe, The Teva Links look more like sneakers or running shoes – which in my mind strikes a welcome balance between futuristic-tron-type cycling shoes and bulky, heavily padded skate-style shoes. Construction on this shoe is top-notch. Stitching is neat and precise. From metal aglets on the laces to the solid rubber panels and protective rubber […]

  • How to make your old bike look (and feel) new

    Every now and then, don’t we all wish we had a new bike? If you don’t have the cash to make that happen, the next best thing would be to give your old bike a makeover! I love new bikes as much as the next guy, but what I like even more, is giving an […]

  • Kids + Dirt = Fun at the TnT Bike Camp!

    When I was a child, school holidays meant only one thing – endless days of riding my bike! It didn’t matter what I did or where I went, as long as I was on my bike. I would explore faraway places, learn new skills and meet new friends; all independent of my parents. I recall the […]

  • Brompton rear frame replacement

    We’re replacing the rear frame of a Brompton today and thought it’d be good to document the steps involved for those who might have to / wish to do this one day. Note: whenever you attempt to disassemble something, take time to note down how the components are originally assembled – the sequence of the washers, […]

  • The right tools for bike maintenance and repair

    Learning to maintain and repair your bike is one of the most rewarding things you’ll do as a cyclist. To get started, you’ll need a good selection of tools to suit your needs and skills – both of which will grow and evolve over time. For the new mechanic, you’ll probably be fixing punctures, adjusting […]