Why bicycle bell is not a good idea?

April 21, 2011

I removed the bell from my bicycle, because it doesn’t make my cycling safer. In fact having the bell tend to create irritation rather than helps. One the road bicycle bell is useless. Drivers enjoying their car stereo can not hear you anyway. On the pavement, conventional wisdom says that you need a bell to […]

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Ban cars in EU cities by 2050?

April 11, 2011

Cars will be banned from London and all other cities across Europe under a draconian EU masterplan to cut CO2 emissions by 60 per cent over the next 40 years. The European Commission on Monday unveiled a “single European transport area” aimed at enforcing “a profound shift in transport patterns for passengers” by 2050. The […]

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Driver hit cyclists at Brazil bicycle “Critical Mass”

March 1, 2011

I was shocked to see the recent video of a driver attacking a group of cyclists during a Critical Mass cycling event in Brazil. This is like someone holding a gun in a supermarket, shotting everyone in front of his queue. Eric Britton, editor of WorldStreet posted many useful questions in his post . It […]

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Elvira got herself a New Year Present

February 6, 2011

After one full week of riding, pushing and folding the Jz88 folding bike, Elvira decided to purchase a new one. We are super honored and happy that she said she will definitely recommend potential customers to us and want some of our namecards for sharing. Many thanks, Elvira!

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Lightweight eBike a first in Singapore

January 24, 2011

The super lightweigh eBike is finally here! Price: SGD 1250 Specification: Main frame: Magnesium alloy Total weight: 9kg Wheel size: Front wheel, 12 inches, Rear wheel, 14 inches. Folding: double folding (body fold + handle bar fold) Folded size 65x65x33(cm) Motor: 120W Battery: Li-ion rechargeable battery (14.4V, 11Ah) Max. Speed: 20km/h Loading weight: 75kg Range […]

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