We will be ranging Swifty Scooters soon.

Swifty-ScootersSwifty Scooters was founded by husband and wife team, Jason and Camilla Iftakhar in Manchester UK. Their shared passion for design, sport, and two wheels gave birth to Swifty Scooters, where Jason hand built and assembled the original SwiftyONE in their workshop. The feeling of riding a Swifty brought a sunnier vibe to life in the North West (UK) and has been embraced by customers from all four corners of the globe.

GQ Magazine, March 2012 “when traffic is glacial, trains overloaded and exercise time at a premium, kick scooters are an appealing alternative for city commuters.”

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My Bike Shop outlets are pleased to range them when they arrive in Q4 2015. We will be getting demos in by July 2015.

Enjoy the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWybXSXrxas

Rocketeer — Bike Friday Pocket Rocket 18-speed flar bar


Bike Friday founders are roadies at heart, and while they have created Bike Friday for a portable bike for travels, the roadie spirit is never far away. And in the Pocket Rocket, they have realised this spirit.

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The same classic steel frame that is characteristic of Bike Fridays is still there, and also the lovely design of the seat post which folds down instead of being lowered when you want to fold, meaning that your seat height position is always fixed and no need to readjust again when unfolding. What you get now on the Pocket Rocket are 22”-sized wheels and caliper brakes for modulating braking power, especially at high speeds – yes you will appreciate when you reach that kind of speeds on the Pocket Rocket. The handlepost does not fold down compared to other models of Bike Fridays, to give stronger stiffness to the bike frame, instead it is held by a round clamp that can only be released with an allen key (nicely provided and secured under your water bottle cage), so it still can be removed when you need to pack down your Pocket Rocket for travelling.

For the recreational rider that would also ride the bike for fitness, and enjoys some speed in the process, you may consider the basic Pocket Rocket with flat bar setup. This particular model is also an excellent entry point for riders to be introduced to the Bike Friday or Pocket Rocket family.

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You get 18 speeds on this model – enough to cope with hills and flats, SRAM X5 trigger shifters, SRAM X4 rear derailleur and Shimano Claris brake callipers – components worthy to give you a road performance on this bike. Currently we will also fit you with Wheelsport Smart 1.0+ 451 wheelsets for wheels that roll well and holds speed well (more on that later).

For a test ride, we took the Pocket Rocket (flat bar) to Marina Barrage. Our route went through the city and parts of East Coast Park, to have a good mix of slopes, long stretches of roads and park connectors. Yes, we took the chance to check out the new bicycle connection from East Coast to Marina Bay – a joy to ride!

The 18 speeds on the Pocket Rocket give you low gears to tackle hills and slopes (or when you want to take it REALLY slow), but we really want to mention that the Pocket Rocket is best at the sprint. The 22”-sized (or otherwise 451) Wheelsport Smart 1.0+ pairs well with the bike to give a ride that is easy to roll off (just use the lower gears if you need) and plenty of high gears to hit for more speed, but the beauty of the ride is that the profile rims make it easy to maintain the high speed. Plus with the steel frame and fork (can’t mention enough of that), what you get is a smooth, stable and comfortable high speed ride.

At this point, we bring to you the unassuming nature of the bike, which understates the high performer that it is. At the high speed (35-40km/h range), the bike felt solid and you don’t feel any flex at all. With the big bike feel and handling – characteristics that are standard of a Bike Friday product – you probably may forget at some point that this is a foldie. Don’t take our word for it, experience the joy for yourself!photo_2015-04-24_09-48-16

In conclusion: The pocket rocket stays true to Bike Friday heritage – a portable steel bike that packs into a suitcase and still rides like a big bike. It may not fold as fast or pack as compact compared to other members in the Bike Friday family like the Tikit, but its key offering is that it rides like a roadie.


The BIKE FRIDAY® POCKET ROCKET is available exclusively at our outlets, in a wide range of colours and prices start from SGD $2400. Speak to our BIKE FRIDAY specialist staff today!


Product feature – BIGFISH LINE


Sometimes we own a bicycle because it is a practical thing to have. We just need a mode of transport to move us from place to place. We just want a bicycle that folds so that it can stowed away in a limited storage space. But sometimes we want more than a no-frills requirement, and would not mind some aesthetic form on top of function, some substance to add onto the basic frame, and a fold that is attractive. You then consider the Bigfish Line.


You can feel the focus on design by this European bicycle maker from the moment you handle a Bigfish Line in your hands. Clean design lines of the bike frame, powder-coated paintjob and a matt finish for its handlebars show the intent of this bike to score high on the form factor.


The fold is intuitive, underscoring the designer’s attention to function as well. The Bigfish Line has an innovative 4-step fold that allows you to fold in any order, because the folding parts do not overlap each other, making it stand apart from other folding bikes. No more memorising of folding steps! This bike folds fast as well – in 10 seconds, or less, once you get familiar with the bike.


One more outstanding point about the fold is that you can actually fold down the bike without needing to lift up the bike at all at any point, i.e. both wheels touch the ground throughout the folding process. Once folded, the bike does not need to be carried, simply push it along trolley-style by holding by its seat; or in more tight spaces like the train, lift it up from the front and wheel the bike on its rear wheel.
Imagine what a breeze it is to handle this bike! This slimfold approach to the
folding design means the folded bike will easily stow away under a desk, or upright in a broom closet.


The Bigfish Line is designed to be a fuss-free and low-maintenance for leisure and commuting use. It has a Shimano Nexus 3-speed internal hub which is maintenance-free, and 3 speeds mean you have minimal gears yet have enough to get you almost anyway in the city and parks in Singapore. For an added touch, there is a chain guard which protects you from accidental stains on your pant legs or skirt, so you can comfortably ride this bike in your work clothes. The bicycle wheels are 16” in size for lesser rolling resistance to make it easy to ride and take up a lesser footprint when folded, but don’t let the small wheels deceive you to think the ride performance is compromised. The Bigfish Line has the same wheelbase as a full-size bicycle to give you a ride that is as good and comfortable as a full-sized city bicycle.

cityOn the road, this bicycle does live up to its promises. It was very comfortable to hop on and ride off and the upright riding position and long wheelbase really makes you feel you are riding a full-size city bike and not a foldie. We took the bike to ride in our city and it was a really sweet ride. The bike felt fast and there was little road shock from the pavements, and the added sweetener was that we could roll the bike onto the train when we had to connect between different locations.

So, if you commute to work or just ride for leisure, and want to do it in a stylish and attractive bike; or you are someone that appreciates a good folding bike, come check out the Bigfish Line at our shops today!


The BIGFISH LINE is available exclusively at our outlets in stylish colours of orange/white/black at the price of SGD $799.

New model Focus – 2015 Tern Verge X18


11034203_1034217773258729_4710745671997929179_nAny premium car marque would have a roadster among its lineup, and in similar fashion, up and coming bicycle maker Tern has made its aspirations clear with the latest addition to its stable – the low-slung, long wheelbase Tern Verge X18. (We managed to snap a shot of the Verge X18 with a Porsche 911.)

First Looks

Like any true blue (pun fully intended) roadster, understatedness is not the Verge X18’s intention. The full aluminium body frame, hydroformed to produce the nice signature curves of the Verge series and polished to a chrome finish, plus the subtle angular slants on the frame surface to base the bright blue accents – the Verge X18 is designed to be flashy. The aluminium weld joints have also been sanded down to give a clean look and enhance the chrome visual. But it’s not all looks, “Looking under the hood”, you see the new wheelsets based on the Kinetic Comp X, an ultra-strong 20″ aero wheels, and you feel it the moment you push off. The Verge X18 delivers a complete road bike experience in a bike that fits under your desk.

The Ride


Back to the first point why a roadster analogy was used, because when you climb into the seat of the Verge X18, you know this is a bike designed to perform like a road bike. With a shorter Physis 3D handlepost than currently available in other models of the Verge series, you get into a very aerodynamic position that you can find similar in a full-sized road bike. The low-slung Verge frame and 406-sized wheels gets you real close to the ground and you can literally see the ground rushing at you when you sprint. Sweet!

Tern has worked with sister companies to get custom-built Syntace VRO

VX18 Shimano SORA  Shifters47 stem and Kinetix Pro X drop bars, resulting not only do you get a very neat package of a folding road bike, you also get comfort both in body and mind that you are riding a bike that is fitted for its purpose. A Kore road performance saddle rounds up the cockpit, making sure you are comfortable and well-fitted.

The crankset does not disappoint – FSA Gossamer crank, chain and bottom bracket, for a stiff setup in the pedals department for a very solid power transfer from the legs to the wheels.10560482_822046621166486_3590908039994905879_o

Shifting is done via a Shimano Ultegra rear derailleur which is very satisfying when you make the crisp and efficient gear changes. The choice of Shimano Sora front derailleur and STI brake levers though, was somewhat surprising. Maybe this is due to it being Tern’s first production of a drop bar model and they were trying to keep the bike to a reasonable specification, or perhaps it is a sign of a higher-spec model in the foreseeable future?10841844_822046584499823_2501962292190747383_o

This writer comfortably did 35 km/h during the test ride, and without maxing out the Shimano Capreo cassette, so your “engine” willing, the 9-tooth sprocket would easily clear the 40km/h barrier without breaking a sweat, and 10986856_822046574499824_3411678239148816792_nmaybe challenge the 50km/h barrier? On a foldie? All these thanks to the stiff frame construction, which did not flex nor creak at all when pushed. This really gives confidence to ride to the heart’s content. Front chainrings : 53/39T with Shimano Capreo, 9-26T, 9 spd delivers the range and the use of the FSA BB386, its pedal to the metal.

And you know you can only sprint as much as you can brake safely. The braking department is supported by Kinetix Pro X caliper brakes (yes…. custom-built).

Aero Wheels
10856447_822046701166478_7273274081841226316_oYou know the feeling – you take your road bike onto the pavement or park connector, and you can’t negotiate the narrow turns or tight spaces without doing a balancing act to avoid falling over. The Verge X18 gives you none of that, with an agility that clears narrow spaces, thanks to its 406-sized wheels. And the aero rims, also custom-built (*yawn*) by Kinetix for Tern, are not just for looks (although it could fully serve its function just on aesthetics). Together with 10446290_822046631166485_2524728074410218715_othe Sapim CX-Wing bladed spokes to really cut the wind and give you that added speed, the high-profile rims also absorb a lot of the road vibrations and gives good suspension, which makes for a really comfortable ride whether at high or low speeds.

Let’s touch on the downsides to this compact beauty before we conclude this review. The use of Shimano Capreo cassette means that it can only be paired with Capreo hub. The compact frame and calliper brakes means that the maximum wheel size is Etrto-406 and cannot fit on 451-sized wheelset. So there is a limit on upgrade options. But then again, you wouldn’t use a 9-tooth sprocket on a 451-sized wheel.

And after the generous use of the phrase “custom-built” in preceding paragraphs, yes, the price does not come cheap for this model, with a MSRP of SGD$3,200.

A light and compact bicycle that performs whether high or low speeds, road or pavement. And with the looks to match its performance. If price does not pose an issue to you, go get it!

The Tern Verge X18 is now available at both our outlets. Try it, it sets the new benchmark for road specs foldable bikes!

New model focus – 2015 MITCycle V8


We are doing a series of new models focus. We are starting this year with the MITCycle V8.  When you see the MITCycle V8 in its folded position, the first thought that would likely strike you would be how compact the fold is – think how much (or little) storage footprint it occupies. This translates to ease of storage at home or when you have to carry the bike around, whether in the car boot or on public transport. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The next thing that would leave an impression is the weight of the bicycle – at 11.8 kg, the MITCycle V8 is the lightest bike in its class. It is really going to be a breeze whether to carry the folded bike into the house for storage (although you can also easily roll it around in the half-folded position), or to lift it into the car boot or up the bus.  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAUpon unfolding, be pleasantly impressed:

  • Seatpost with dual screw adjustments for that sweet spot.
  • Internal cable routing so there was no OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAmessy or loose cables that would have affected the thin and clean look of the bike frame
  • Open gear system! Means not only that the gearset is easily upgradable, it also means the manufacturer can put popular Shimano and SRAM hubs than more expensive internal hub options. This brings down the overall bicycle cost significantly – a design coup by the manufacturer.

Freewheel design and open gear system is possible on the MITCycle V8 due to the use of a tensioner by the manufacturer – this keeps the rear derailleur in place. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA   Ride experience:

  • Choice of aluminum for the bike frame means a very light and rigid ride. There was no flex in the frame and really inspires the confidence to push and ride hard if desired.
  • 8-speed gives all the gears you would need, plus enough on tap to accelerate or pick up the pace
  • The result is a very lively ride, not your speed demon but handles well for sharp turns and quick zips

You can expect to ride comfortably at a speed of 10-15 km/h on the bicycle lane. With an upright riding position, this bike is great for either daily commute or leisure riding on our park connector networks to take in the scenery.10940432_814154435289038_9009349125957094460_n10487583_814154541955694_4761742458652100530_n   If there was any limitation on the bike, it would be that it is more suited for OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAriders 1.7m or below.  This writer at the height of 1.75m, found himself stooping  at the seat. Also, the short wheelbase and tall seat position means no aerodynamic riding position, so this would not be a bike you are looking for if you are after a sporty ride! The MITCycle V8 is available exclusively at My BikeShop and My Bike Shop Too!

Olive Brown, Matt Black and Gunmetal Silver @ S$1099.

Shore bags from Thailand – casual and stylish, designed for the cyclists

We are happy to range the growing popular Shore Bags in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Designed with style in mind, the designers of Shore Bags from Thailand inject a flair of adventure and style to bike bags that we know today. Currently they have the Brighton Classic series and they come in 6 colours. Brighton Classic series

Water resistantThe bags are made from waxed canvas and leather. With high capacity within the bag design, this bag will contain all your needs. Designed with the cyclist in mind, it will fit cyclist’s use. Smartphones, tablets, cameras – this bag is made to protect your valued gadgets. The bag construction is made to weather good protection via the soft and water resistance materials. So you could be sure that your stuff will be safe even in inclement weather.
This shore bag is designed to straps onto the loops on the back of saddles like Brooks, Berthoud, Rivet and Selle Anatomica. It will fit other saddles with additional loop adapter.





Shore bag on Road bike

The Brighton bags -Measurements: 30cm (Length) x18cm (Height) x15cm (Width) 9 litres (Approx.) 750grams
• Available in 6 colors, black, dark brown, light brown, light grey blue, Mustard yellow, Green
• Adjustable long strap is provided, so it can be also used as a shoulder bag for everyday use, or anytime you want to take a walk with Shore bag
• Safe side pocket, with zip top closure, this is smart solution to keep all item safely. Eg mobile phone, car key, wallet, etc… 4cm (Length) x10cm (Height) x15cm (Width)
• Convenient side pocket, great solution for frequently used items, such as mobile phone, note, coins, pen, flashlight, etc…4cm (L) x10cm (Height) x15cm (Width)
• Safe front pocket, with zip top closure 22cm (Length) x10cm (Height) x4cm(Width)
• Camera bag insert, perfect way taking camera with you everywhere you ride. Fit with compact and mirrorless camera 8cm (Length) x13cm (Height) x13cm (Width)
• Rear Tablet slot, It fits the iPad and 10-inch tablet. Best fit with iPad mini and 8-inch tablet
• At the bottom, elastic rope is designed to take stuff like portable mini pump, camera tripod, even shoe
• This bag could also be strapped onto the handlebar.
• Saddle loops required for non Brooks saddle

  Inside the bags

A focus on Kali Helmets – yes we are ranging them along with other brands






CHAKRA™ Meaning: Hidden Power

Bringing the immortal power of the CHAKRA™ Helmet to market has long been the dream of Kali Protectives. The possibility of featuring an ultra lightweight polycarbonate shell and an EPS liner bonded together with patented COMPOSITE FUSION™ technology at a reasonable price point. For Adults and kids

The PLUS version includes all the advantages of the CHAKRA™ helmet along enhanced graphics and fit-adjustment system, plus a lower polycarbonate wrap for long lasting durability.

AVITA™ PC Meaning: To be protected

The AVITA™ Helmet utilizes patented COMPOSITE FUSION™ technology to capture the best features of polycarbonate materials. Weighing in at just 300 grams, the AVITA™ kali-protectives-composite-fusionhelmet provides the new reference in lightweight, full-featured and expanded coverage mountain biking helmets.

AMARA™ Meaning:Immortal

Borrowing from its Sanskrit name meaning Immortal, the AMARA™ Helmet is one great all-mountain helmet. Featuring an ultra lightweight polycarbonate shell and an EPS liner bonded together with patented COMPOSITE FUSION™ technology, the AMARA™ Helmet is sure to fill your all-mountain needs.

AVANA™ Meaning: To be protected

The AVANA Helmet utilizes patented COMPOSITE FUSION PLUS technology to capture the best features of CARBON FIBER and polycarbonate materials. Based on the core of the AVITA helmet, the AVANA adds deeper EPS protection in the back of the helmet while also enhancing the overall fit and comfort you’ve grown to love

MARAKA™ XC Meaning: Killer 

The MARAKA™ Helmet introduces patented COMPOSITE FUSION™ PLUS technology into the high speed Cross Country racing category. In addition to these geometric shapes of softer foam next to the rider’s head, the MARAKA™ also introduces SUPERVENT™ technology, providing a critical reinforcement to each helmet’s venting structure in case of helmet impact. Lastly, the introduction of the BUMPER FIT™ SYSTEM assures a precise fit with special pads designed out of an absorbent cross-linked polymer material to both hold your head in place as well as absorb shock on impacts.

Weighing in at just 300 grams, the MARAKA™ helmet provides the new reference in full-featured, lightweight cross-country cycling helmets designed specifically for the type of impacts cyclists encounter with higher speeds. Yes, we were thinking of 29’er racing!

LOKA™ Meaning: Everything Not here yet.

The LOKA™ is Kali’s introductory level road helmet, still featuring many of our top end technological advancements. Such features include COMPOSITE FUSION™ PLUS technology, which combines the benefits of COMPOSITE FUSION™ (EPS foam molded directly into the rigid helmet shell, eliminating gaps between shell and EPS) with a layer of pyramidal EPS cones within the cross-section of the EPS liner.

LOKA™ follows the Kali model of including industry leading technologies and features at each price point.Loka

SAVARA™ Meaning: Hellhound

Tough to beat, the KALI SAVARA™ helmet sets the pace for introductory level full-face downhill helmet protection.

IMG_8132aThe Technology

The purpose of a helmet is to absorb the energy of an impact to minimize or prevent a head injury. A helmet does this by transferring the energy to the foam, which crushes as it absorbs the impact. However, the way in which a helmet is constructed can play an important role in how the helmet absorbs the energy.

There are basically two ways that most companies construct a helmet. The traditional construction of full-face and skate-style helmets features impact foam glued to a hard outer shell. The other common way, which is typically used in cross-country-style helmets, has the foam molded directly to the hard exterior shell and is commonly referred to as in-molding.

Using an advanced form of in-molding, Kali has developed two designs that effectively disperse impact energy better than a traditional full-face helmet, which allows them to offer the same or better protection as other helmets in a lighter package. The secret is in their patented manufacturing technique and tooling; Kali is the first company to figure out how to produce the full outside shell of a full-face and then to have the EPS injected inside that formed shell. Here’s a quick overview of a traditional full-face helmet construction compared to Kali’s COMPOSITE FUSION and COMPOSITE FUSION Plus technology:

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G-Force Scale

Based on thousands of actual test results, this G-Force Scale demonstrates how impact force is registered and dissipated as the helmet takes impact. As you can see by the illustration, different types of helmet construction and materials absorb and dissipate impact energy differently.

Traditional As a traditional helmet absorbs the force of an impact, the transition from the hard shell to the foam is highlighted by a dip in the impact energy being absorbed (as the shell breaks down). This is not only inefficient, but can allow the energy to slightly magnify rather than continue dissipating.

COMPOSITE FUSION™ The way in which a COMPOSITE FUSION helmet absorbs the energy of an impact is much more fluid and effective than a traditional helmet. The smooth curve provides constant impact dissipation through the super tight shell/foam connection, reducing energy spikes.

COMPOSITE FUSION™ PLUS Compared to a COMPOSITE FUSION helmet, a COMPOSITE FUSION Plus helmet is even more efficient at absorbing impact energy, thanks to it additionally channeling impact energy laterally through its geometric shapes of dual-density foams. This promotes constant energy dissipation until the impact is relieved.

Training well with the latest tech devices make exercise fun and easy

HRM belt

Smartphones are here to stay. And with a huge number of new applications they allow anyone who takes up exercise a means to track, monitor and train EFFECTIVELY.AC082863l

We have had the pleasure of meeting trainers and dieticians from our clientele base and they all have the same advice – train correctly and safely!

HRM belt

So the world of smartphones and gadgets are really helping us achieve that. Look at the chart – that’s where you want your cardio to be for effective weight management or fitness improvements according to your age. Don’t over train or undertrain – train RIGHT!

So whatever exercise gets you happy – just do it. There are many apps that you can share – get a few friends to share, it is a fantastic way to motivate you and spur you on!

And for Cyclists, we wanted to mention just a couple of Apps that we like.

PanoBike App – The ultimate cycling performance app that utilizes your phone’s powerful Bluetooth Smart capabilities and transforms it into your bike computer, personal training and health management device. This app combines the functions of your phone, cycling computer, GPS, music player, camera, and heart rate monitor (requires purchase of separate PanoBike Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Monitor) into one, allowing you to have loads of fun on your bike ride.

Highlights of this app includes:

Panobike Trip information:
– GPS Speed: Current speed, Average speed, Maximum speed
– Distance: Ride Distance

 – Time: Ride time
– Grade
– Altitude
– Cadence and Wheel Speed information (requires purchase of PanoBike Bluetooth Smart Cadence & Speed sensor)
– Heart Rate (requires purchase of PanoBike Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Monitor)
– Pre-set Maximum Heart Rate and Cadence alarms

bikebrain_v2BikeBrain is available free from the App Store.
Latest Version: 2.8. In this version, we’ve optimized for iOS 7 and added the capability to connect to a Bluetooth v4.0 (Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready) sensor for accurate heart rate, speed and cadence measurements^. You can also pair of up to two speed and cadence sensors for two different bikes and auto start/pause/resume recording trip data when motion is detected by you speed or cadence sensor.

Inventor Sam Pearce on (literally) re-inventing the wheel

These types of stories inspire everyone who dares to dream. Inventor Sam Pearce on – literally – re-inventing the wheel… Posted November 8, 2013 by & reposted with permission from Speedmatrix

Sam Pearce talks about his journey to invent his bicycle wheel Loopwheels at The Do Lectures 2013

What makes some one set out on a journey to re invent the wheel by adding integral suspension? And when the going is tough, why stick at it?

Just recently I had cause to think back six months to April 2013, when we had just launched our Kickstarter loopwheel-bodycampaign.  I heard from the organisers of The Do Lectures that they had posted online a talk that Sam gave at the 2013 Do Lectures. It made me realise how far we have come in six months. The Do Lectures describe themselves as “a tiny event that started out in a quiet corner of West Wales that inspires you to go and do amazing things”. The 2013 event in Wales took place just 10 days after we had launched Loopwheels and our Kickstarter campaign. Sam felt hugely honoured to have been invited to speak, and though Sam is very uncomfortable with public speaking, he was determined to take part.

The whole “making and do-ing” philosophy of the Do Lectures is just what Sam is about. Talking about his long journey to reinvent the bicycle wheel and bring Loopwheels to market was a challenging and emotional experience for him, and that comes through very clearly. But if you want an insight into Sam’s journey, watch it. Sam nurtured and developed his idea for six years before he felt he had a product which was ready to be launched.

loopwheels-2Sam took a couple of Loopwheels bikes with him to Wales. They got a lot of riding. The Do camp is not your typical commuter journey of roads, towpaths and pavements, as it’s a beautiful rural setting in West Wales, but the Loopwheels bikes didn’t mind. Sam didn’t take many photos, but here’s one, of two Loopwheels bikes looking a little bit lonely! Thanks to everyone at The Do Lectures for welcoming Sam (and the Loopwheels bikes).

loopwheels at the Do Lectures in Wales

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Bigfish folding bikes – exclusively at My Bike Shop SG Outlets

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Bigfish logo smallBigfish Folding Bike’s unique Smart Folding Technology makes folding your bike easy – without having to remember a specific order of doing things. It’s so easy! No latches, catches or screws, or having to be in a certain gear before you start … Four quick steps are all it takes to get on the road or to pack it away. A simple push and pull of the buttons is all it takes. Fold it – then wheel it

To make your Bigfish properly mobile when folded, we designed it so you can wheel it along with you as you walk. Some people wheel it upright some pull it like a trolley. Have a try and see what suits you best. Comfortable as a city bike.  Practical as a folding bike.

mbs-logo.jpg Introducing the Bigfish LINE series

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Beautifully designed, 16 inch wheeled folding bicycle –  compact, fast to fold, easy to wheel, fantastic to ride.

You’ll never know a simpler fold

Bigfish’s unique Smart Folding Technology means no prescribed folding order. It’s so easy! No latches, catches or screws, no having to be in a certain gear beforehand … Four quick steps are all you need to get on the road or to pack it away.

A simple push and pull of the buttons is all it takes.

Fold it – then wheel it

To make your Bigfish properly mobile when folded, it has been designed so you can wheel it along with you as you walk. Some people wheel it upright some pull it like a trolley. Have a try and see what suits you best.

Store it inside, safe and dry

Whatever the weather, Bigfish stays safe and protected. In your apartment, office or car, it keeps bike thieves empty-handed, saving the pain and cost of replacing your bike, while it keeps rust and rain damage at bay.

Ready in your
car boot

Why not just keep it in the car? You can quite comfortably fit two Bigfish in the boot of most compact cars, ready for your next big adventure! (Or at least for when the traffic turns to a standstill)

Introducing the Bigfish E-Bike

Bigfish Line+ E Bike combines the new Smart Folding Technology with the powerful pedal assistance. The Japanese Line_4787293engineered high quality crank-drive system with torque sensing mechanism (constantly) provide smooth and leading-edge performance. Li-ion battery with smart battery charger ensures long lasting ride and easy charging.

Line+E.  Powerful. Lightweight. Portable.

At 18 kgs, this is one of the lightest crank-drive system e-bikes on the market.  Bigfish Line+ E combines the new Smart Folding Technology with powerful pedal assistance. The Japanese engineered high quality crank-drive system with torque sensing mechanism (constantly) provides smooth and leading-edge performance. Li-ion battery with smart battery charger ensures a long lasting ride and easy charging.

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