I wonder ..


canonmono

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I wonder if organizing a biking cum photoshooting outing will be a possible one cos i just got a folding bike( used to do mountain biking becos of the high risk ) can go on train and basically anywhere .. any comments and negative thoughts to any single one of my words is welcome.
 

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canonmono said:
I wonder if organizing a biking cum photoshooting outing will be a possible one cos i just got a folding bike( used to do mountain biking becos of the high risk ) can go on train and basically anywhere .. any comments and negative thoughts to any single one of my words is welcome.
Why not? I think it's a great idea but tough to decide on a meeting point since not everyone owns a folding bike
 

canonmono

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don have to own a folding bike, any bike is good and if possible can take those without bike on ur back seat .. my folding bike can only withstand another 30-35kg lady with a 5kg camera equipment before it spilt into 2 ..
 

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I used to cycle and take photos. But it's very tiring and also, you got to guard 2 items. Your bicycle and your camera instead of 1. Think of it, is it worth the trouble?
 

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On the contrary, having a few ppl cycle and shoot together means that we can always have some1 to keep an eye on the bikes while the others can concentrate on shooting. (take turns to do this of course). I enjoy going out on my foldie exactly 'cos can go to more obscure places easily - just limit gear a bit lah. Count me in if you organise!
 

canonmono

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On the contrary, having a few ppl cycle and shoot together means that we can always have some1 to keep an eye on the bikes while the others can concentrate on shooting. (take turns to do this of course). I enjoy going out on my foldie exactly 'cos can go to more obscure places easily - just limit gear a bit lah. Count me in if you organise!
im using brompton and you? see which weekend i free then will post on 'gathering and outing" ..
 

aryanto

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go single gear, slower and enjoy scenery more :)

Okay before everybody PM me, the chiobu already married to the guy using birdy bike


Me finally have a Ben & Jerry @ Singapore Zoo (cycled from Yishun MRT)


With the gang in Melaka - eat.. cycle.. eat.. cycle..


Yellow @ Holland V
 

aryanto

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In the bumboat, crossing to Pangerang to cycle to Sungei Regit


Naughty in Melaka


I have gone up to Fort Canning on a single gear


I have cycled to sentosa siloso beach with it. :p

 

canonmono

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In the bumboat, crossing to Pangerang to cycle to Sungei Regit


Naughty in Melaka


I have gone up to Fort Canning on a single gear


I have cycled to sentosa siloso beach with it. :p

Nice is that a strida LT bike? i went on a kranji tour and i discover many nice place, got macro as well ..
 

aryanto

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Nice is that a strida LT bike? i went on a kranji tour and i discover many nice place, got macro as well ..
It is my yellow strida 3.
I have another white strida mini (strida 4?) but have not taken any photo with it. It is like strida 5 but a bit smaller. I bought cos it is cute. :p

After that never consider upgrading yet. :D
I have not cycle much now due to family commitment, but hopefully will be able to again in a few months time.
 

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