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    Quote Originally Posted by startrails View Post
    HAha bro, i think if there's a passion in something that you do, an amount of money spent is "well-spent"!

    I think i must have blasted more than 10K in both hobbies..

    Heng still single. got family jialat man.
    lol, bro.... cannot put the amt here.... scally my mrs come in and spot check and cfm tonight no bed for me to koon.... lol...
    shoot for fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    pinholecam is a regular on Saturday.
    I am non-regular :-p
    Should be joining tomorrow Wednesday though, even if it's just to welcome back the snail queen.
    If you are not regular no one is

    I'm pretty out of shape with baby duties. Now even 90km is a BIG problem

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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.
    I do the Sat 5am and the 6.25am 2nd loop up to Pasir Ris.
    The guy with the Soul tri-bike.

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    Would anyone happen to know which MTB I can get with a budget of around $400, besides the Polygon bikes?

    It is going to be used for casual riding on the road and as an alternative mode of transportation to and from my workplace, which is about 3 km away.

    I am about 1.7 m tall.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drafting88 View Post
    Would anyone happen to know which MTB I can get with a budget of around $400, besides the Polygon bikes?

    It is going to be used for casual riding on the road and as an alternative mode of transportation to and from my workplace, which is about 3 km away.

    I am about 1.7 m tall.

    Thanks in advance.
    i also newbie into bike, got myself a 2nd hand giant rincon (but cant remember what size liao) with suntour xct-v2 fork. i am also 1.7m. so far so good. cost me $250 iirc, c/w new sets of tyer. using it for casual cycling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    i also newbie into bike, got myself a 2nd hand giant rincon (but cant remember what size liao) with suntour xct-v2 fork. i am also 1.7m. so far so good. cost me $250 iirc, c/w new sets of tyer. using it for casual cycling.


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    When you cycle regularly very soon you'll be as slim as
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    you'll enjoy your bike more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drafting88 View Post
    Would anyone happen to know which MTB I can get with a budget of around $400, besides the Polygon bikes?

    It is going to be used for casual riding on the road and as an alternative mode of transportation to and from my workplace, which is about 3 km away.

    I am about 1.7 m tall.

    Thanks in advance.

    You'll find a M size bike suitable. With your budget you can
    get one from Giant, GT, Wheeler and Raleigh.

    Make sure you know how to secure it well with a shackle
    lock around the crank area. For details of locking your bike
    go to www.sgcycling.org.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drafting88 View Post
    Would anyone happen to know which MTB I can get with a budget of around $400, besides the Polygon bikes?

    It is going to be used for casual riding on the road and as an alternative mode of transportation to and from my workplace, which is about 3 km away.

    I am about 1.7 m tall.

    Thanks in advance.
    If you are going to lock it in public view when you commute, then my advice is to get as cheap a bike as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    If you are going to lock it in public view when you commute, then my advice is to get as cheap a bike as possible.

    Good advice indeed, have two market bikes stolen,
    each of them cost not more than $300.

    One park just outside the HDB flat along the corridor
    while the other one park in heavy human traffic
    bicycle park inside a big shopping centre.

    In both cases, the thieves cut the thick chain and escape
    with the bicycle leaving the cut chain on the floor.

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    Anybody here taking part in the OCBC Cycle 2010?
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    i wonder ah .. the 40km challenge can wear ur own outfit ? anyone did that last year?

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    How about riding on the evening of Fri 25th Dec, 2009
    to view the excitement of the downtown season's
    celebration.

    Meeting Place: Newton Car Park

    Time: 7pm to 11pm

    Route: Cruise around at leisure with stops for breaks
    and drinks.

    Equipment for Cyclists:
    Helmet, front and rear blinkers is a must.

    If you keen to join, let it be known in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    How about riding on the evening of Fri 25th Dec, 2009
    to view the excitement of the downtown season's
    celebration.

    Meeting Place: Newton Car Park

    Time: 7pm to 11pm

    Route: Cruise around at leisure with stops for breaks
    and drinks.

    Equipment for Cyclists:
    Helmet, front and rear blinkers is a must.

    If you keen to join, let it be known in this thread.
    alamak bo helmet eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    How about riding on the evening of Fri 25th Dec, 2009
    to view the excitement of the downtown season's
    celebration.

    Meeting Place: Newton Car Park

    Time: 7pm to 11pm

    Route: Cruise around at leisure with stops for breaks
    and drinks.

    Equipment for Cyclists:
    Helmet, front and rear blinkers is a must.

    If you keen to join, let it be known in this thread.
    wah bro, go town on christmas eve on foot is a killer.. on bicycle is hell man.. with all that traffic, both motor and human..

    but gd initiative!
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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    alamak bo helmet eh.


    Better get one for your own safety.
    It looks very disorganised/disrespect to cycling with
    some riders not having a helmet but riding a good
    quality bicycle.

    Not to say the least, it is all about equipping for
    this activity of riding on a bicycle. Anything can happen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by startrails View Post
    wah bro, go town on christmas eve on foot is a killer.. on bicycle is hell man.. with all that traffic, both motor and human..

    but gd initiative!

    Heavy traffic or no traffic it is all about how you
    disciplined yourself when you are on a bicycle.
    No negative thoughts and you'll be on the way to
    enjoy every minute of it.


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    Bro
    Why not have it at the prata place?
    Safer there la....
    As mentioned, town isn't a safe place to cycle...
    Quote Originally Posted by forward View Post
    How about riding on the evening of Fri 25th Dec, 2009
    to view the excitement of the downtown season's
    celebration.

    Meeting Place: Newton Car Park

    Time: 7pm to 11pm

    Route: Cruise around at leisure with stops for breaks
    and drinks.

    Equipment for Cyclists:
    Helmet, front and rear blinkers is a must.

    If you keen to join, let it be known in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyloh View Post
    this 2 hobbies can make a deep big holes on the pants leh.... imagine if you are into remote control cars and heli.. lagi jialat...
    Haha, Coincidence, I into competitive road cycling, freelance wedding photographer, & recently started play remote control car after juz got married on National Day and now very busy with these 3 expensive hobbies & pocket slowly got hole.

    PS: Juz bought a Soul S3 wheelset ( 2 weeks ago), & a tripod & Kenko filter yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mutant View Post
    Haha, Coincidence, I into competitive road cycling, freelance wedding photographer, & recently started play remote control car after juz got married on National Day and now very busy with these 3 expensive hobbies & pocket slowly got hole.

    PS: Juz bought a Soul S3 wheelset ( 2 weeks ago), & a tripod & Kenko filter yesterday.
    u power la, i only have recreational mountain biking, squadron photographer and running.. enuff to kill me.. slowly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bumortic View Post
    any fixed gear riders out there??



    mines the black Surly Steamroller
    yo dude, nice ride. =)


    can enlighten me more bout that kind of bike. im planning to get a bike but i was leaning more on the 'street' to sport element....ya know what i mean?
    snap snap snap.

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