Berm Cycle comes across to us as a young innovative company with a strong passion for high quality bicycle products that skewed on the side of high octane sub-disciplines. So far, we counted: aggressive mountain biking, bicycle touring and gravel biking. And this list is expected to grow in the near future. It is no surprise that their brand culture spectrum would also include Street BMX. Enter the Berm Riot Titanium BMX frame and fork set, along with a matching 4-Piece handlebar. Bikezilla took hold of the custom Riot and spent some time with it.
Some folks only need one bike for every kind of ride. Some folks prefer an arsenal of weapons to match the occasion. If we are to ask you what is the ONE BIKE that represents the real rider in you? What would that bike be? Bikezilla presents 3 distinctly different bikes for this casual shoot-out in the hope of getting our riders to discover their true riding personality. This is not one of those usual “serious, technical and number-crunching” bike test. Rather, it is a fun, get-together ride with lots of qualitative understanding into each rider’s aspired dream bike and a conclusion for each of them to build towards their ONE BIKE that suits them best.
The Singapore Cycling Federation and PUB jointly created a trail etiquette video on the SCF YouTube Channel to highlight some of the recommended etiquette when riding the mountain bike trails in Singapore. This video came at a good time with the recent changes to certain trail sections marked as “Prohibited” to “Trail Usage Advisory”.
Quiz Time! Our editor strongly believes that Type A personality folks are more likely to hang around longer (maybe even a lifetime) with an extreme or adventure sport of their choice. In this case, mountain biking for our quiz. There are 25 questions with “Yes” and “No” answers below. Make a note of how many “Yes” you answered and read the conclusion.
Fat bikes were once the FAD toy for every occasion – beachfront cruising, cafe crawls, off road trails, sandy stretches, post rain muddy fields. We are seeing fewer of them around lately. Amongst us, there’s still a group of diehard fans for these wide-track rigs. We met the guys from Foreknow Fat Bike Club.