Resources

Bicycle
Transport


Aloha Bike Transport

https://www.facebook.com/Alohabicycletransport
+65 8166 6999
You can message on Whatsapp or FB



* I have really enjoyed Aloha Bike Transport. They are helpful, clean and can carry up to 4 passengers and their bikes!


Gogovan

https://www.gogovan.sg


Grab or Comfort

When you call a taxi, let them know you have a bicycle and if you can remove the front wheel or not. Often, taxi drivers will not have a problem with putting the bicycle in the trunk/boot.

Alternatively, you can order a 6-seater and should have no problem.


Please contact me if you have additional bicycle transportation resources so that I can add them to this list.


Bicycle Maintenance


Rodalink

Two locations in Singapore

As of 14 Sept, 2020 the Jurong East Store needs about a month to start receiving maintenance orders.

One Commonwealth Store near Holland Village has relocated to Jurong East.

Rodalink Jurong East
18 Boon Lay Way, #01-98D
Singapore
+65 6795 4320
https://www.rodalink.com/sg/rodalink-jurong-east

Rodalink East Coast
166B Upper East Coast Road
Singapore
+65 6242 8330
https://www.rodalink.com/sg/rodalink-east-coast


Bike Butler

Mervyn Liew
+65 9668 8934

Mervyn is friendly and very knowledgeable… and he makes house-calls, what’s not to love!

Happy customer testimonial

Cycle+Care

Eddie – in Sunset Way/Clementi area
www.facebook.com/105sunsetway/
+65 9662 0652

Eddie is super helpful and friendly, and quite affordable!

Happy customer testimonial

Useful
Info


Don’t forget to bring:

So you’ve bought a route and are ready to head out. Before you go follow this checklist for a better experience.

  1. Make sure you can open the route map on the phone you will be bringing on the ride.
  2. It helps to be able to mount your phone on your handlebars, to save you from pulling it out of your pocket every time you’re unclear about where to go. You can purchase a mount for your phone in most bike shops or online.
  3. Bring a spare power bank in case you run low on battery.
  4. Read through the corresponding instructions BEFORE heading out. This way you’ll be a little more aware of what to expect when you go.
  5. The usual sunblock, water, helmet, snack/energy bar, money for emergencies.
The BEST PCN map I have found!

This GoogleMyMaps has the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on PCNs that I have found. Put it in your library!
(If link doesn’t work, do a search for “GoogleMyMaps New PCN on bikes”)


NParks

NParks PCN maps and information


Articles:

Is rain bad for your bike?
Riding your bike in wet weather can be so much fun: While everybody else is locked inside their houses, you could have the entire road to yourself as you happily skid through puddles of water.
https://bicycleuniverse.com/rain-bad-bike/

UNEP article
Back in the saddle:
…one diversion that remains pandemic-approved: cycling. The World Health Organization has recommended it both as a mode of transport and as a way of staying healthy during the global crisis.

Poor and black ‘invisible cyclists’ need to be part of the post-pandemic transport planning too.

Nature is thriving in locked-down Singapore…check out the video of otters cruising down one of our rivers!

Could the pandemic kill car culture?…locked-down cities have opened streets to cyclists and pedestrians



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