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    Quote Originally Posted by noob117 View Post
    yea haha their so fast! flat road can pedal up to 40km/h!
    Wow, you're very fit!

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    i plan to cycle around this week and take photos...any bros wanna join me ?

    i'm staying at sbw btw

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    lol i cycle. but my camera not with me.

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    hi guys, i'm a newb thinking of getting a aluminium framed bicycle with normal shimano gear, disc brakes and decent comfy seat for long distance cycling...maybe front subs too...wat should my budget be? i dun mind 2nd hand...is $300 possible?

    sorry if this question sounds stupid...
    Hard to find at ur budget of 300$

    Mine Avalanche 1.0 2nd hand around 400$ with Tserv Slick 1.75" tyres , V brake, and all GT Stock parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    Hard to find at ur budget of 300$

    Mine Avalanche 1.0 2nd hand around 400$ with Tserv Slick 1.75" tyres , V brake, and all GT Stock parts.

    I think have, Polygon $280 at C2C shop in AMK.

    Or

    Aleoca bike at Carrefour.

    ...me recovering from strained muscles before i can cycle again

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    Quote Originally Posted by cichlid View Post
    I think have, Polygon $280 at C2C shop in AMK.

    Or

    Aleoca bike at Carrefour.

    ...me recovering from strained muscles before i can cycle again
    eeeee. hypermarket bikes reeks. not comfortable.


    fast recovery bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    eeeee. hypermarket bikes reeks. not comfortable.


    fast recovery bro.
    thanks bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by cichlid View Post
    I think have, Polygon $280 at C2C shop in AMK.

    Or

    Aleoca bike at Carrefour.

    ...me recovering from strained muscles before i can cycle again
    Polygon is also available at Rodalink. They have outlets in Toh Guan, Thomson and East Coast Rd. Quite good value for money brand. I will avoid buying from hypermarket if possible.
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    My vintage cycling shoes
    Since late 1990+


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    WOW....rarely see this vintage shoes ard now days....nice bike you had bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyloh View Post
    WOW....rarely see this vintage shoes ard now days....nice bike you had bro.
    Ya, if you see someone wearing them, you will know it's definitely me,

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    i loved those shoes. used to have a pair the model before that, then when i wore those out, got a pair like the ones in your pic (M100, i think they were), and when i wore those out, got the next model up, still have them but haven't cycled for a very looong time now.

    sigh... my babies are just sitting in the garage/shed waiting to be ridden again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patch17 View Post
    i loved those shoes. used to have a pair the model before that, then when i wore those out, got a pair like the ones in your pic (M100, i think they were), and when i wore those out, got the next model up, still have them but haven't cycled for a very looong time now.

    sigh... my babies are just sitting in the garage/shed waiting to be ridden again.
    Get them out, it's time for a ride

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    haha... yeah, one of these days, i'll dust off the old husky and take her out for a spin.

    before married, was cycling crazy. weekends were spent on the saddle all day and night. trips to malaysia and batam were frequent. i remember one year, my gf, now my wife, said she couldn't get her CNY cards posted out to her friends and relatives on time, so i volunteered to hand deliver them around the island. got on my bike and rode all day, east coast, west coast, south and north, by the time i got home to AMK, i had travelled about 130km, legs were rubber and just had enought strength to carry bike up the strairs home... hahaha. it was a good day's ride.

    i'm looking to rebuild my stumpjumper as it's just a frame and fork at the moment. the parts were transfered to my wife's rockhopper so that she'll have something to ride over here. the stumpy is a hardtail with no suspension, 7 gears in the back, 3 in front, canti brakes and thumb shifters!

    this is the old husky, take a couple of years ago...



    she started out as a frame and a rigid fork, i selected the various componets to build it up to suit my needs. the judy fork and hydraulic brakes were courtesy of my gf (now my wife), otherwise, it'd still be a rigid bike with vee brakes. hahaha
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    haha... yeah, one of these days, i'll dust off the old husky and take her out for a spin.

    before married, was cycling crazy. weekends were spent on the saddle all day and night. trips to malaysia and batam were frequent. i remember one year, my gf, now my wife, said she couldn't get her CNY cards posted out to her friends and relatives on time, so i volunteered to hand deliver them around the island. got on my bike and rode all day, east coast, west coast, south and north, by the time i got home to AMK, i had travelled about 130km, legs were rubber and just had enought strength to carry bike up the strairs home... hahaha. it was a good day's ride.

    i'm looking to rebuild my stumpjumper as it's just a frame and fork at the moment. the parts were transfered to my wife's rockhopper so that she'll have something to ride over here. the stumpy is a hardtail with no suspension, 7 gears in the back, 3 in front, canti brakes and thumb shifters!

    this is the old husky, take a couple of years ago...



    she started out as a frame and a rigid fork, i selected the various componets to build it up to suit my needs. the judy fork and hydraulic brakes were courtesy of my gf (now my wife), otherwise, it'd still be a rigid bike with vee brakes. hahaha
    wow ur bike looks retro man.... i love the color... now is time to rebuild ur stumpjumper with SLX or XT which is a good buy for now. maybe now is time for cyclist gathering cum photo taking... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyloh View Post
    wow ur bike looks retro man.... i love the color... now is time to rebuild ur stumpjumper with SLX or XT which is a good buy for now. maybe now is time for cyclist gathering cum photo taking... lol
    Agree, the frame look very nice with the cureve top tube...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyloh View Post
    wow ur bike looks retro man.... i love the color... now is time to rebuild ur stumpjumper with SLX or XT which is a good buy for now. maybe now is time for cyclist gathering cum photo taking... lol
    i built the bike back in '98. the frame was already 2nd hand when i bought it, had dings, scratches, etc. but it was straight and rock solid. that's still the original paint and decals on the bike. i've never ridden anything stiffer than this bike. power goes directly to the rear wheel without any frame flex.

    ah... i don't know if the new XT stuff would fit into my stumpy. i got the bike in the early 90's. anyone have a 90's XT groupe set lying around?
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    SUPER URGENT! ! !

    MY PANRACER TSERV slick back wheel suddenly no air. i dont know what happen as my friend was using it ! SUPER ANGRY , my bao bei broke down at yishun damp. And i got to push her home.

    when it can back , no air in front , as what i know one pair of the wheels cost $100? Does it a tube inside ? or its tube-less ?

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    sounds like your friend rode over something which has punctured both tyres.

    i've never come accross tubeless bicycle tyres before, but normally bicyle tyres have inner tubes. you can purchase a patch kit for a few dollars and fix the flats yourself. or buy new tubes and replace old ones. (you can patch them up and keep as spares as well, so that next time you get a flat on the road, you can install them and still ride home.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    SUPER URGENT! ! !

    MY PANRACER TSERV slick back wheel suddenly no air. i dont know what happen as my friend was using it ! SUPER ANGRY , my bao bei broke down at yishun damp. And i got to push her home.

    when it can back , no air in front , as what i know one pair of the wheels cost $100? Does it a tube inside ? or its tube-less ?
    hi! tserv no tubeless leh, only got tubed one. i think you can check your inner tube and see if it's pinched flat or not.

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