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Why are CRIUS folding bikes so popular

Why are CRIUS folding bikes so popular

August 31, 2019 2 min read

The CRIUS folding bikes are one of the most popular bike brands you can find in Singapore. Why is that so?

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Bike Sizing and Fitting

Bike Sizing and Fitting

March 25, 2018 3 min read

If you are reading this blog, chances are you are thinking of getting a road bike or have already gotten a road bike. As a cyclist, it’s imperative to familiarize yourself with the differences between bike fitting and bike sizing.  These terms are used by bike shops and professional fitters for the following reasons.

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Bianchi Oltre XR4

Bianchi Oltre XR4

December 03, 2017 1 min read 1 Comment

The Bianchi Oltre XR4 is a professional-grade race bike with an aggressive geometry best suited for the experienced rider who wants to take their ride to the next level. Armed with aero-dynamic designs and over-sized tubes for optimal power transfer, the bike is certain to shave a few more watts than any other top-end road bikes.
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Why The La-Bici Is Your Ticket To The Cycling-Commuting Revolution In Singapore

Why The La-Bici Is Your Ticket To The Cycling-Commuting Revolution In Singapore

March 31, 2017 2 min read

The La-Bici (Ler-Bee-Chee) folding bike will be your ticket to ride on the cycling-commuting revolution taking shape in Singapore. Why is that so?
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What Does It Really Mean To Have More Gears (number of speeds)?

What Does It Really Mean To Have More Gears (number of speeds)?

February 16, 2017 2 min read

Question: Does having a higher number of gears/speed means the bike will be faster than one with less number of gears/speed, all else being equal?

Short answer: Not necessary (surprise surprise)!
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Channel 8 News: Allowing folding bicycles onto MRT trains and buses during peak hours

Channel 8 News: Allowing folding bicycles onto MRT trains and buses during peak hours

December 03, 2016 1 min read

CycleLogy was invited onto Channel 8 News on 1st Dec 2016 to give our views on allowing folding bicycles onto MRT trains and buses during peak hours.
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Bring your folding bike onto buses and trains

Bring your folding bike onto buses and trains

November 27, 2016 1 min read

Ever since the Land Transport Authority of Singapore (LTA) has announced the 6-month trial of allowing folding bicycles and PMDs onto public transport such as the bus and MRT trains (actual article here). There has been a number of discussions and queries on the exact types of folding bicycles that are suitable.
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Interview by Chinese Newspaper LianHeZaoBao on 30th Oct 2016

Interview by Chinese Newspaper LianHeZaoBao on 30th Oct 2016

November 01, 2016 1 min read

The following news article was published on LianHeZaoBao on 30th October 2016.
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Different Types of Bicycles

Different Types of Bicycles

June 23, 2016 3 min read

There are so many types of bicycles available in the market, so which one is suitable for you? We have below a quick summary of types of bicycles and their characteristics. Hope they are useful in helping you decide which one to buy!
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Servicing Brompton Internal Gear Hub (BWR/SRF3)

Servicing Brompton Internal Gear Hub (BWR/SRF3)

April 18, 2015 1 min read

Strumey Archer (SA) gear hubs dates back to the early 1900s. In 1902, the first SA hub was produced. It has been commonly used in the good old English bicycles. Till now the SA 3-speed hub design remains mostly similar.
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Why Do Bicycles Have Gears?

Why Do Bicycles Have Gears?

December 26, 2013 3 min read

As a bicycle shop, we get that same question from customers quite often: "Why do bicycles have gears?" or "What are gears used for?"

We have decided to come up with a long version of the answer as well as a short version. Before we start with the long answer, let us define some terms, and that is the 3 stages of riding a bicycle.

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Why Balance Bikes Are Better Than Kids Bikes With Training Wheels

Why Balance Bikes Are Better Than Kids Bikes With Training Wheels

December 16, 2013 2 min read 1 Comment

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