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Bike upgrades are a normal process and while we do not do trade-ins, we help our customers sell their bikes at our shop and this page offers our customers a page to list bikes worth considering. Bikes sold as it is and terms are cash terms.

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109 thoughts on “Pre-Loved or clearance items

    1. Jerry, a higher budget ensures you buy folding bikes with folding mechanisms that are reliable and do not pinch or snap your fingers. Do come by, we have a S$299 Aeon that may do the job but the Hi Tensile steel frame has its setbacks. Aluminum frames start from S$515.

  1. Hi,

    I love your shop and I am thinking of dropping by one time. Would you give me some heads up of your retail price for Dahon Vitesse D3? and Dahon Roo D3? Still haven’t deceided which one I should get for fun riding around the neighborhood.

    Appreciate it man.


      1. Hi MBS,

        Thanks for the reply. So sad there won’t be any Vitesse this year.

        I would like to compare prices from Tern as well, does your distributer have Tern brands? How much is Tern Link C7?

        Thanks bro!

  2. Hi appreciate if you can advise on the following:
    1) What is the weight for BF Tikit Express? I can’t seem to get this information anywhere.
    2) How may gears / low gear ratio for Tikit Express?
    3) Does the Tern X10 or the Tikit Express have a closer saddle to bar handle reach? I currently have a Dahon D3 curve and I somehow still feel that the “reach” is alittle far for me after pushing the saddle as much as I can. I am about 1.55m and 48kg.
    4) I like the weight of the Tern x10. Weight is a factor I am concerned about and appreciate if you can recommend any other comparisons of the same category. I am a casual rider in Singapore. Comfort is more important than speed for me on Singapore roads.
    Thank you very much.

      1. Hi there. Thanks for the reply.
        I did just that and Kian Lim attended to all my questions accordingly as promised with much patience and wearing a smile too:)
        When I am eventually ready to invest in a luxury foldable bike, MBS will be the place I will go to!

  3. Thanks. I been to ur shop only once. U must be thinking why i was looking hard for a foldy. I m Desnai also. I was looking at 16inches also. They are so far not to my expectation. I only hv brompton, it is compact but not light enough. I then look at Dahon Mu Uno, it seen that it is light(abt 10kg) and can roll, fold width is only 10inches. But it gear ratio is too high, I afraid I m not fit enough to ride it on slope. I used to lower gear ratio. I m not a speedy rider, I m more of a casual and leisure rider. I wonder u can help me. appreciate it. I seen in ur facebook, ur service are well commented. That’s why, though i stay far in AMK. I still look for u. Thanks.

    1. Desnai or Chin Oeng, If you want to cycle uphills and not physically conditioned, a bike with necessary low gear range is required. But with everything, the more the gears the weight increases. Fixies are for urban and city cycling – seldom are they used for hill climbing. In Singapore with the exception of Mt Faber, the slopes in Singapore are considered gentle and 7-9 speed bikes will work. Light weight bikes are best for climbing hills, that’s why your current 16 inch bike takes alot of effort because of its weight. The Tern X10 is a good choice, many have bought it for its light weight, gear range for gentle slopes like Singapore and the occasional centrury rides and a price tag that overall is not far from what you paid for your current bike.

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