Monday, April 21, 2014

Tiger Radler - Drink for cyclist

Saturday, April 12, 2014

2014 Editors' Choice Road Bike Winners - Bicycling Magazine

Bicycling Magazine just announced our 2014 Editors' Choice winners! Check out the 13 road bike honorees here:

Friday, April 11, 2014

Lynskey Breakaway

Lynskey Breakaway titanium bike. Shimano 105 full groupset.

A very light roadbike. Weight close to carbon fibre for those who dislike carbon, titanium is another option to choose.
Price is less than RM9K.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Specialized Carve 29er 2014

Tested my friend's new bike, this 29er geometry is very comfortable and does not feel like riding a 29er at all.

This model comes with single speed front chain ring & 10 speed spockets. This bike is also a stiff fork bike/

Can't describe much but once I rode it, I wanted to get 1 myself.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Campagnolo Shamal Ultra Bikeradar review

Campagnolo’s Shamal Ultra is a far cry from the original 1990s Shamal, which had highly polished deep rims and was arguably the first factory aerowheelset

Instead, the modern incarnation is a 2-Way Fit affair (ready to accept tubeless or clincher tyres) with an undrilled rim bed, and tubeless valves fitted. Ceramic Ultra Smooth Bearings (USB) ensure effortless spinning for a long time, and carbon hub bodies reduce weight

Read more here

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Specialized Allez Compact - Beginner Road Bike

For those who wanted to buy Specialized Road Bike but are new and on a tight budget, the bike below might be worth considering. It cost less than RM2,600.

The bike weighs in at about 9 kg+ and comes with alloy frame. This frame is similar for all Allez models.

This bike comes with 8 speed Shimano 2300 STI which is the lowest groupset in Shimano Road Bike groupset line-up and tektro pivot brakes.
This bike is for those who are looking to start riding road bike and yet on a budget or don't want to spend too much money in case they road bike riding is not to their liking.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Giant Propel Advanced SL 3 2013

The £4,499/US$5,150 Propel Advanced SL 3 is Giant's first aero bike, launched with claims that it's the fastest in the world.

In their quest to produce an aero bike that minimizes the amount of weight compromises from its shaping, Giant went through 80 different designs before they arrived at this one. The geometry mirrors the Giant TCR and the frame and forks are made out of Advanced SL grade carbon.

The cockpit is made by Giant – it has a solid P-SLR carbon stem and as you may expect, in keeping with the frame's sculpted form, the bar has been subject to some aero shaping.

Read more below:-