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    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_photographer View Post
    sorry bumping rather old thread. but anyone knows where to buy tandem bike?

    And your reason for a tandem bike being? As romantic as it sound to own one (abeit a pricey one) it is very restrictive and have a few down sides to owning one. Renting one at the park makes alot more practical sense. Unless you have a very strong reason for doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    You can check out Diginexx, a folding bike specialist. Their outlet is at 231 Lavender Street. They have all kinds of foldable bikes for different usuage. But be warned the price can be pretty fantastic as well.

    http://www.diginexx.com/

    If your budget is tight, Polygon has 2 different size foldable bikes, Urbano & Metro. Check them out at Rodalink. I got the Urbano, the 20" version. A bit heavy, but useful for daily commute or a fun ride at the park. It has 7 gear shift to help on the upslope. You can consider Metro if you want a smaller version.

    There are also other cheap brands like Dahon, or some other China brands, which can be found in some of the local bike shops.
    thanks for the link and info. how much did you pay for your urbano, may i ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ly View Post
    thanks for the link and info. how much did you pay for your urbano, may i ask?
    Current price is $390 as per Rodalink website. I think I bought it at a slight discount during one of their sales promotion. Metro is currently priced at $320.

    You can check out the price + pictures at Rodalink website
    http://www.rodalink.com/sg/
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    Current price is $390 as per Rodalink website. I think I bought it at a slight discount during one of their sales promotion. Metro is currently priced at $320.

    You can check out the price + pictures at Rodalink website
    http://www.rodalink.com/sg/
    now they have a 5% discount,
    and if u have OCBC card i think got 10%.
    can only use either one

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    o..who is going this Sun SAFRA runway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewdam View Post
    o..who is going this Sun SAFRA runway?
    Me. But I'll be skating though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewdam View Post
    o..who is going this Sun SAFRA runway?
    the one at paya lebar? mememe... biking with my team.. haha... rmb bring your cameras down!! =)
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    i havent sign up yet...

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    Got an old Hard Rock Frame, the wheels are rusted out, the frame is fine, do you all think it is worth while replacing the front and rear rims and tires, and roughly how much it will cost?

    Love the frame, and all, but a new bike might cost less...
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    anyone into downhill bikes?

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    Just bought a Haro Flightline 2DX last week. Awesome bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petetherock View Post
    Got an old Hard Rock Frame, the wheels are rusted out, the frame is fine, do you all think it is worth while replacing the front and rear rims and tires, and roughly how much it will cost?

    Love the frame, and all, but a new bike might cost less...

    It would be a better chance to get a response when you post a picture of your
    "old Hard Rock Frame".

    Depending on the brand and quality of the rims and tires,
    both would cost you from $300 to $800 or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Just bought a Haro Flightline 2DX last week. Awesome bike.

    GMAN

    We will be too delighted if you care to share a picture of your new bike.

    Many of the new cyclists here won't know what a "Haro Flightline 2DX" is
    and neither do I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikonsiao View Post
    anyone into downhill bikes?
    Over here friend! I'm riding a Kona Stab (2001 model) Nice to meet you all Free-rider!
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    Cool Have you decided to live out your dreams?

    "We saved our money, quit our jobs, sold our possessions, and set off to travel around the world by bicycle."

    - Tim and Cindie Travis

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    It would be a better chance to get a response when you post a picture of your
    "old Hard Rock Frame".

    Depending on the brand and quality of the rims and tires,
    both would cost you from $300 to $800 or more.
    hardrock from specialized?

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    my steed...


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    Anyone from Joyriders here? I am doing the wed morning longhouse and sat morning east coast group. Hope to see some riders here too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3lv1nh0 View Post
    Anyone from Joyriders here? I am doing the wed morning longhouse and sat morning east coast group. Hope to see some riders here too.

    my fren ..is in this joyrider grp..mostly roadie rite?

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    any mountain bikers here?

    like weekends go bukit timah hill.. or ubin ketam trails...?
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