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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#191 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:25 am

Thats right... electrical cycle is what I'll eventually go after... but I snap just as well these new range of bikes for my eyes too to share with the kakis here laa... :thumbsup: I'm sure they'll want to see and compare and maybe launuah for one too... quite cheap some of them... average from 500 Euros to 9,500 euros.... for the die hard and creaky cyclists.... :nehneh:
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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#192 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:31 am

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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#193 Post by SilverBeauty » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:41 am

Bro Cruiser, bicycles should remain as pure bicycles, exercise while peddling :thumbsup: Want a motorized gadget, get a motorcycle =D>


Here is what I am eyeing, a Brompton model P

A key feature of the Brompton is the compactness and practicality of its fold. With a little
practice, this is achieved without any difficulty in 10 - 20 seconds. The dimensions of the
folded bike are: 565mm high x 545mm long x 270mm wide (22.2" x 21.5" x 10.6").

The multiple positions afforded by the P Type's handlebars are designed with the touring
cyclist in mind. Although they are a little heavier than the M Type's handlebars, the lower
grips, about 880mm from the ground and angled for comfort on longer stretches of road, allow
the rider to get down out of the wind and deliver real power to the pedals; the upper grips at
about 1033mm provide a welcome contrast after a long stretch of riding and also give great
control for maneuvering in traffic.

The key P Type is the P6R (also available as P6R-X) - a rear rack gives additional
luggage-carrying capacity and the six well-spaced gears will handle almost all gradients
encountered on a long ride.
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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#194 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:44 am

brudder SB, when you get to review the Qwic foldable model that can hurtle you at 45kmp against strong winds and puffing uphill climbs... than you'll wish to have that battery support for the return trip! :nehneh: I'm looking at it as a back up lah.... after cycling average 75 to 90 km...outbound, the return is the chialat trip lor... :-'


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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#195 Post by SOSweet » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:48 am

To be honest, SG is not the place for bicycle on the road, it is too dangerous with all the king of the road : trucks, cars zooming in high speed and don't give a damn to other road users, cyclists are at their mercy.
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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#196 Post by SilverBeauty » Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:01 pm

Cruiser then you will need this : http://www.carryfreedom.com/city.html
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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#197 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:03 pm

SOSweet wrote:To be honest, SG is not the place for bicycle on the road, it is too dangerous with all the king of the road : trucks, cars zooming in high speed and don't give a damn to other road users, cyclists are at their mercy.


Same here... high casualties among cyclists, motorcyclists I mean... but peddling ones are also, only in limited numbers. I am needing it for off road routes... we have bicycle lanes as you'd probably know... so, thats much safer too... and away from the congested roads....thats why, the electric is much popular these days... but the scooter is too... was tempted at this... but I want to cycle is the motive... there is another bicycle that can hit 55kmh too with about 80km radius... looks good too but heavy as well...almost 28kg in weight!!!


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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#198 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:08 pm

SilverBeauty wrote:Cruiser then you will need this : http://www.carryfreedom.com/city.html


Hahaaa... thanks on that... Honestly, I find anyone who dons a biznuz suit riding a bicycle is a real twit and a bad joker!!! :mrgreen: :ko:
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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#199 Post by cruiser » Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:13 pm

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Re: Mountain biking kaki unite!

#200 Post by SilverBeauty » Sun Nov 02, 2008 12:15 pm

Cruiser, all those versions you show are for the younger generation with endless energy :ko: ... at our age we might need this version :nehneh:
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