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* I have really enjoyed Aloha Bike Transport. They are helpful, clean and can carry up to 4 passengers and their bikes!
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.
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
+65 6795 4320
Rodalink East Coast
166B Upper East Coast Road
+65 6242 8330
+65 9668 8934
Mervyn is friendly and very knowledgeable… and he makes house-calls, what’s not to love!Happy customer testimonial
Eddie – in Sunset Way/Clementi area
+65 9662 0652
Eddie is super helpful and friendly, and quite affordable!Happy customer testimonial
So you’ve bought a route and are ready to head out. Before you go follow this checklist for a better experience.
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(If link doesn’t work, do a search for “GoogleMyMaps New PCN on bikes”)
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.
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