Helmets are made lighter and lighter, just like how bicycles are made nowadays. Every gram matters in maximizing your fullest potential on the bike, making you feel as if you're riding in the air, on air and with air. When these gadgets are made lighter, technology comes into utmost importance - You definitely do not want to wear unreliable safety equipments.
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Ridley's only design philosophy - Build the Best Riding Bicycle. Described By Katusha’s Robbie McEwen as the fastest bike he has ever ridden. The Noah’s aerodynamic technology offers up to 2km/h advantage in the sprint and up to 15 watts less power input needed to average a 50km/H breakaway.
Listen up City Folks - Here's what you've been waiting for! Your answer to the uncertain Nanyang climate. Yes, Minoura is here to save you from the pouring rain and the 40 Celsius scorching weather! It was 40C this afternoon... *hottt*
BioLogic, the brand that started out as an accessories division of Dahon selling parts peculiar to their folding bikes but now a fully-fledged part of the breakaway company Tern, has launched a folding helmet called the Pango that we first saw as a Dahon prototype at Eurobike.
THE Pasir Ris Town Council, in its bid to promote cycling, has converted some pedestrian walkways into bike paths to give cyclists a straighter and smoother ride. But all these have been done without any thought for pedestrians.
We all know that what we eat matters - to us, but also to the world we live in. The food choices we make every day have a great impact on the environment. We can significantly reduce our carbon footprint, and turn out healthier too!
Proctor & Gamble the international washing powder-to-baby-nappies giant has released the latest of its announcements about the Olympic athletes sponsored as 'brand ambassadors' for the forthcoming festivities in July. Yes, it's Pantene hair care products and a bevy of beauties with suspiciously sleek hair including our own dear Victoria Pendleton.
The Cheras velodrome, which is being refurbished, will be ready to host the Asian Championships from Feb 8-18. One of the areas being upgraded is the safety zone around the track while additional air-conditioned cabins are being installed for the commissars.
The organisation of Le Tour de Langkawi, recognised by the International Cycling Union (UCI) with an ‘Excellent Level of Organization’, has led Malaysia’s Leading Airline to continue it’s support for the 17th edition of the race, scheduled to be held from 24 February to 4 March.
The future looked bleak for cyclist Loh Sea Keong a few weeks ago when he lost his spot in China-registered continental team Marco Polo Cycling. The team had shifted their focus to Africa and are now registered in Ethiopia.