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.
We have always dreamt of a hardy bike that is easy on maintenance, competently enjoyable at any type of trails wherever we travel and possessing timeless killa good looks that makes us look good all the time. (Ed: Sounds like a dream any mountain biker would have … ) The addition of the Ohlins RFX36 M2 Air Fork and the TTX22M Coil shock to one of our project bikes could be the final piece to fulfil this dream.
Polygon Bikes has come a long way. From offering the best-value deals packed with sought-after components to gathering a world-class race and freeride team, their spirit to make their mark in the lucrative and respectable mountain biking world is definitely commendable. A couple of hits and misses and years later, the Siskiu series was born. Following the tradition of value-for-money packages, the Siskiu trail bikes continue to attract many segments of mountain bikers – from beginners to seasoned riders. Here’s a first look at these new additions to the stable.