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    Quote Originally Posted by maxteo98 View Post
    I went to Pengerang for cycling and seafood 2wkend ago.
    1 point to note, the malaysia custom closes at 4pm.. thus make sure u plan such a way that you will be back to the ferry terminal at Pengerang around 3/4pm.

    Another thing to note is that the ferry service operates based on max head count (10 or 11 people). It will not leave until the head count is reached unless the people there agree to top up for the balance head counts. So it will always be easier to go as a group of 8-11 ppl so that everyone can chip in for the balance. Else, there can be a long wait for the ferry to fill up.

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    Get those MTB cycling shoe rather than those for road bike.The cleat is recessed within the sole for mtb shoe so you can walk like you're wearing a normal shoe...shimano ones starts from about $70...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkaiser View Post
    Went to Tay Junction @ Binjai Park today to order my GT Ava 3.0
    settled for a medium size white/red frame, decided against L size cos somehow I don't feel comfortable with the handle bars so far in front, despite me being 1.81m..oops haha!
    bike costs 650 but i added alot of other stuff, incl a pair of road tyres, helmet, cycle meter, rear blinkers, air pump and extra tubes (for the road tyres). Total came up to about 980..shiong but should be worth it.. collecting tmrw or wed, depending on my schedule
    Is it the version with Disc breaks? Tiong Hin sells the non-disc version at $540

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcticFox View Post
    Is it the version with Disc breaks? Tiong Hin sells the non-disc version at $540
    actually Ava3.0 with disc at yishun Bikelink is @ $620.

    comfirm disc one leh. $650 leh. but if not disc... i dont know what to say .

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    ya disc
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    eh someone organise a cycling trip eh. anywhere !

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    The only shoe that allows you to cycle and walk are SPDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    eh someone organise a cycling trip eh. anywhere !
    maybe we can find out the majority here with interest of riding, like stay west or east?
    so we can plan easier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob117 View Post
    maybe we can find out the majority here with interest of riding, like stay west or east?
    so we can plan easier?
    yeah good idea! I'll be on for that. I stay in the east btw but dont mind going if the ride is in the west

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    Quote Originally Posted by kg_yew View Post
    Get those MTB cycling shoe rather than those for road bike.The cleat is recessed within the sole for mtb shoe so you can walk like you're wearing a normal shoe...shimano ones starts from about $70...
    Which shop sells these shoes at reasonable prices? Thanks.

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    But i stay in the north .

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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    eh someone organise a cycling trip eh. anywhere !

    Are you game for a ride on Tuesday evening starting at around midnight, cruising anywhere
    at our own leisure. We could hit some 24 hours Kopitams all over the island for breaks
    and coffee. Couldn't do it during weekdays or weekends evening because of work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    Are you game for a ride on Tuesday evening starting at around midnight, cruising anywhere
    at our own leisure. We could hit some 24 hours Kopitams all over the island for breaks
    and coffee. Couldn't do it during weekdays or weekends evening because of work.

    Tuesday? i got sch the next day eh..

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    just back from Holland
    Fun time riding bicycles from where I stay, in Delft to the train station, then taking a train to Amsterdam and enjoying the day out.

    Very orderly, although bikes do get stolen too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    just back from Holland
    Fun time riding bicycles from where I stay, in Delft to the train station, then taking a train to Amsterdam and enjoying the day out.

    Very orderly, although bikes do get stolen too.


    WOW>..tat is the most GLAM cyclist I have seen in a long while! heheheheheh


    VAVAVOOM!!

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    anyone using diamondback recoil 08' ??
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    WOW>..tat is the most GLAM cyclist I have seen in a long while! heheheheheh


    VAVAVOOM!!
    That's 'cause the Dutch use their bicycles for transport not recreation. People just 'hop on a bike' wearing what ever they happen to be wearing that day.

    You will also see 'little old ladies' out on bikes with their lapdog in the front basket :-)

    Amsterdam Centraal also has a multi-story bike parking station next to it, see
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/spag85/1505685398/ 'dats a lot of bikes!

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    Singapore girls have not yet glam with a bicycle.

    I shot this caucasian lady last year at kampong Glam.


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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew View Post
    That's 'cause the Dutch use their bicycles for transport not recreation. People just 'hop on a bike' wearing what ever they happen to be wearing that day.

    You will also see 'little old ladies' out on bikes with their lapdog in the front basket :-)

    Amsterdam Centraal also has a multi-story bike parking station next to it, see
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/spag85/1505685398/ 'dats a lot of bikes!

    Ya...well wish that was truth here heh....

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