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3 Sixty Korea – Update
Everyone’s offering an equivalent
Recently, the emergence of 16 inch wheels that appear in our market has shown the popularity of the compact fold made famous by Brompton from UK. Many times owners buy because of TWO reasons; lower price and utility of the design.
It is interesting to note that South Korea is said to be the 2nd largest market for Brompton bikes. So not surprising that there are so many variants of the bike emanating from South Korea.
Following its invention in 1979, Brompton decided to protect its bicycle and, particularly its folding system under the patent system. After 20 years of protection, the patent expired and the folding system entered the public domain, but the popularity of the bicycle continues to grow every day. Not surprising you see so many from Chinese factories. The Koreans are not spared from this either, without getting into details, 3Sixty Korea has her fair share of skirmishes with Chinese makers but they have to take the stance of reviewing their operations and to redesign their bikes for new releases.
So what are the releases? The Mti2. A 7.4kg bike that has the entire frame made of Titanium. Designed to delight with its light weight and clean lines. It was hard getting hold of stocks but for those who could get one, they become collector’s item. The Mti3 is out
Project Black Edition
Achieving a weight of 10.3kg (without pedals) but retaining the key elements – Titanium front fork and rear triangle for reduction of weight, 3 speed (upgradable) freewheel hub for ease of maintenance, light weight CNC brake levers, chainring, Gold chain, carbon protector so you do not scratch the Ti fork when folded, and carbon handlebar AND 3 Sixty will lower the price of this limited M3ES Black edition to S$2700. It is typically 1kg lighter when you compare with other designs assembled in UK, Korea or China.
Some of you asked – why has 3Sixty Korea not come out to say something about unapproved use of the brand name 3Sixty? is this not confusing? There is some work in the background but until the dust settles, the best thing that buyers can do is to buy based on the build and service support for the bike. As in all luxury goods, the items we own reflects our confidence and status psyche.
We have line up accessories and parts that would improve key aspects of the bike. Basic Alu based types and Titanium options for our 3 Sixty Korea owners.
Entry level foldables S$550 – S$699
Folding bikes that are built with strong points of reliability and global reputation. This category will find you entry levels from Kosda, Dahon, Tern and Bickerton.
Kosda – a challenger brand from China, takes on the leader brands and introduces their Alu 8 speed disc brake equipped foldable. Want it even cheaper? Do away the 3 year’s warranty to 1 year and buy at S$550.
Take back the streets! DAHON conceived the HIT as an economical and ecological tool for our most recent global challenges. At S$650, it comes with warranty and My Bike Shop Bike support program.
Bickerton Portables, after Moulton, they are the next UK brand that paved many innovations since 1971.
Tern bicycles, based in Taiwan, and has offices in the US, China, Finland, and the UK. The company’s primary products include folding bicycles, electirc bikes, and cycling accessories which are currently sold in 65 countries
16 and 18 inch wheeled foldables
The 16 or 18 inch categories are great for commuting just because they fold up smaller. Typically designed for short errands and compact storage places, they are also lightweight. We have restocked models that start from S$799 and our bikes ranged ALL come with minimum 3 year warranty and MBS Tuneup support program.
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Tyrell bikes Update 2022
Tyrell from Japan has always scored on looks and performance.
Minivelos traditionally are not foldable bikes. The first attempt to make a foldable minivelo in production scale was Dahon in 2010 who labelled their folding minvelos as Midtown series. The word “Velo” is french for bicycle, so rather than calling it a Mini bike, the Japanese have branded it “mini Velo”, with a good sense of history, culture and chic wording.
Tyrell continued this and pushed through the Tyrell FX, which till todate is a favourite for those who want looks, speed and foldable in a 406 format. The FSX for 451 equipped wheels
For 2022, the FX does away with the straight handle bar and adopts the dropbar as a standard equipped with Shimano 105 format. But you can opt for straight bars.
The451 equipped FSX and CSI is back for those who want speed and Japanese quality.
Last but not least the IVE Sports – which is the improved version of the IVE.
For 2022 Q3, the FX is coming back and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested to be notified.
Update on foldable bike brands – demos and stocks update
Folding bikes makes the most sense when it comes to multi modal commuting and especially when it comes to storage when not in use. We have come such a long way when Singapore is aiming towards a lower carbon footprint and infrastructure must help to encourage use of non motorised devices.
Here is a list of bikes that you can test ride
Price and model guide
Foldable bikes between S$550 – S$699
Foldable bikes between S$700 – S$1400
Foldable bikes between S$1400 to S$2500
I want 26 inch wheel folding bikes
I want to do more commuting and short rides on 16/18 inch wheeled foldables
Cycling has the most accepted formats of path for use.
When you want a nicer folding bike (Price range between S$1400 – S$3000)
In this category, its really a category that we call upper mid end. Most bikes come with better components and better designs. They ride faster too.
Most have latest drive trains and its a category that you really need to see the details.
After much negotiations, we are getting some limited stocks of the Verge N8 JDM version.
Guide comparing ALL the Verge series
Tern Eclipse D16
Take me back to S$700 – S$1400 price level bikes
How about bikes in the premium range that cost S$2500 and above? Click HERE
Bike prices and accessories depicted on the bikes are subject to change. For avoidance of doubt, please check with the store staff. Prices excludes racks and fenders.
How about paying more than S$3000 for a folding bike?
We have almost all the marques from all over the world- Korea, Japan, UK, USA and Taiwan. So when it comes to folding bikes, we get customers who appreciate their top end bikes like they enjoy their fine dining, exquisite cars and their finer things in life. Like cars, the exquisite bicycle brands have models with … Continue reading Pay more than S$2500 for a folding bike?
We have almost all the marques from all over the world- Japan, UK, USA and Taiwan. So when it comes to folding bikes, we get customers who appreciate their top end bikes like they enjoy their fine dining, exquisite cars and their finer things in life. Like cars, the exquisite bicycle brands have models with very much similarity.
3 Sixty Korea Mti3
4 units available for booking. 7.4kg
Tern – HQ-ed out of Taiwan
Armed with innovations, Tern is like the Tesla brand of cars. Fast, eco-friendly in mind, innovations at many levels, a new look at folding bikes, putting together innovations at the component levels and winning awards across the globe.
Tern’s answer for a top of the line premium bike – Verge X11 retailing at S$4,900. With a transmission range that spans a very wide range, you do away the dual chain ring requirement. It is currently out of stock but you can place reservations for units expected in Q4.
Surge Pro series ( non folding) mini velos are fast. They are purchased faster than Tern Roji can built them.
Another popular model is the Verge P10. The Verge P10 is built for performance. With 451 racing wheels and aerodynamic T-Tuned™ geometry, it rides with exceptional comfort and stability. With an adjustable handlebar stem, you can dial in your riding position with surgical precision. Expected delivery Q3 – Q4.
The Verge P10 is built for performance. With 451 racing wheels and aerodynamic T-Tuned™ geometry, it rides with exceptional comfort and stability. With an adjustable handlebar stem, you can dial in your riding position with surgical precision.
The Eclipse P20 is a high-performance road bike that folds down fast. With custom 26” Rolf Paired Spoke wheels, a 250 mm Physis™ 3D handlepost, and performance-tuned frame geometry, the Eclipse P20 is engineered for speed. It sports a stealth black finish, hydraulic disc brakes. Currently no stock.
The Eclipse X22 comes with hand-built 26” wheels and race-tuned geometry, it’s a full-sized road bike, but it folds down small in 10 seconds. It boasts of an Ultegra drivetrain, and a set of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. With a stealth black finish, hydroformed fork, red Syntace accents, and perfected engineering, the X22 inaugurates a new chapter in Tern design
If the Eclipse X22 is above your budget. Consider the Eclipse P20. Using less expensive components, you get almost the same performance as the Eclipse X22. Both models are not in stock.
Email email@example.com with subject title with name and contact < BRAND MODEL> to be placed on the waitlist. You will be notified when stocks are arriving.
Bike Friday Rocket Pocket – the folding bike that rides like a road bike
Bike Friday – a true blue USA-made small-wheeled bike. What is famous about them is the ride and the design.
18 Speeds start from S$4300. Perfect for sport and event riding, the bonus is that it’s a folding bike you can set your PR. Keep up with your training schedule by putting in the miles while you travel the world!
- Designed to combine Bike Friday folding and quality with modern sports bike geometry
- Folds into a 34” x 33” x 12” space so you can travel by bus, train or boat and packs into a travel case for airline travel
- Capable of riding with a rear rack for light touring
Bike Friday New World Tourist
A world-class touring bike capable of fully-loaded trips over multiple days
while still capable of serving as your everyday commuter. This is the original folding Bike Friday design, since 1992, it’s been improved over the years of experience and the best multi-use Bike Friday!
Next, the Alex Moulton range, the cycling equivalent of owning a Bentley or Rolls Royce. The Moulton Bicycle is the original full-suspension, separable, small- wheeled, high-performance bicycle, world-renowned for speed, efficiency, durability and comfort.
Expertly engineered for over 50 years and handcrafted in England, these bicycles are the world’s most efficient form of transport – designed for universal use, real performance and comfort. These bikes are not hard to spot, whether gleaming in Stainless Steel or resplendent in a custom paint job.
As a radical design, the Moulton bicycle – the first small-wheeled adult bicycle – needed credibility in the market and Alex Moulton realised the importance of this when planning the launch of the bicycle in 1962. Aided by his Marketing Manager David Duffield, himself a record-breaking cyclist, several riders were actively supported by Moulton. Coventry CC pursuit team were unstoppable on the track, their Moultons allowing them to keep in a tight group to reduce aerodynamic drag; road riders benefited from the reduced aerodynamic drag of the small wheels and, with a reputation established, the Moulton became acceptable to the most discerning club cyclists. Following the introduction of the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) rule 1.3.018, Moultons are not permitted in road-racing events – this is why you never see them in events like the Tour de France – but they are still used in time-trials and for ultra-distance events. Watch video Moulton Coventry CC 1962
How do you know you are staring at one of the high-end, handcrafted Moulton and not the standard Moulton TSR range (that gets you on a Moulton for just under S$4,400)? Other than the refined components, you will notice
the “kinked” bottom section of the spaceframe. This is a dead giveaway that you are looking at a top-end Moulton, with the enhanced performance and comfort characteristics. The TSRs are truly awesome to ride, thanks to the late Dr Alex Moulton’s pioneering work on suspension design for small wheels. Moulton has taken everything they learnt in engineering design and conceived the SST. Although no “kinked” spaceframe, Moulton wanted to improve on the TSR series, and have introduced a whole host of engineering innovation.
SST – the engineer’s dream bike
The Moulton SST possesses all the essential Moulton features for performance and comfort – space-frame construction, small wheels and full suspension – all encompassed within the iconic and inimitable Moulton architectural aesthetic. Engineered for a smooth and efficient riding experience, the Moulton space-frame is uniquely separable for ease of transportation and stowage. A step on from the TSR, the SST features a new chainstay ‘X-brace’ frame reinforcement, with an adjustable mudguard mount. Frame weight has been reduced with a round-tapered chainstay, lighter rear fork upright tube, and smaller stirrup block height. Another superbly versatile model. With a full range of optional racks, bags and mudguards, there is a TSR for every use – sportive riding, touring, commuting and leisure. Every SST is hand-built in England by highly skilled craftsmen
Next came the American revolution and putting the first man on the moon.
Dahon – 35 years in folding bikes
New models to be announced soon.
The attack of the Minivelos
Tern working with Roji released the Surge series. Non-foldable but equipped with choicest components. They are fast and lighter on the wallet. No stocks for now.
Last but not least – Tyrell bikes
The X design frame made popular in Japan is now being challenged by Tern Roji. Tyrells are known for their elegance in design and performance for riding. Watch out on our FB for latest update for bookings.
Bike prices and accessories depicted on the bikes are subject to change. For the avoidance of doubt, please check with the store staff.
Too enticing here, bring me back to the S$1400 – S$2200 range. Click HERE
Take me back to S$700 – 1400 levels bikes
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What can one choose when you are looking for foldable bikes with 26 inch wheels
26 inch wheels are what many of us grew up with when it comes to bicycles.
Can I get them with folding mechanisms? The answer is YES.
While we understand the familiarity we have with larger wheels and the misconception that we have to pedal harder, today’s technology has made small wheeled foldables riding KEEP up with larger wheels. In fact sometimes with the right transmission and fitness, small wheeled foldable outrun bigger wheels.
Here is a helpful picture
We ranging the Bickerton 1824 (24 speeds) Docklands. Designed with withe same Joe Murray frame concept but with a British flair.
Tern Eclipse series – The Eclipse is a full-featured flat-bar road bike with full-size wheels—that just so happens to fold. We loaded it up with the exact elements needed to create a lightning-fast ride with an amazing feel, all while retaining the versatility and convenience of a folding bike. Folding never rode so fast.
For restocking of Eclipse D16, Eclipse P20 and Eclipse X22. Please follow us on our Facebook. To be waitlisted, email firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject <Band/Model> and indicate store for collection Henderson or Thomson Hills
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Knee pain from cycling?
Just like everything else, the bicycle has to fit the rider’s anatomy. If we ride without adjusting the bicycle to our needs, it could result in knee pain, which is a common issue with riders.
The 4 most common causes of knee pains are due to improper saddle height or position, have a crank that is too long for the rider, rider pushing excessively high gears, or poor foot alignment.
Here are a few things you can try out before heading to the doctor’s.
If the pain is in the front of the knee (Anterior Pain):
Pushing too high gears -> Lower gear, and increase cadence
Saddle too low or far forward -> Raise seat or move seat back
Foot too far forward on the pedal -> Move foot back to have toes in line with the pedal
Crank arms too long -> Shorten crank arms by 2.5 cm
If the pain is in the back of the knee (Posterior Pain):
Saddle too high or far back -> Lower seat, or move seat forward
Too much pedal float -> Limit float to 6 – 8 degrees
If the pain is in the inner side of the knee (Medial Pain):
Incorrect foot position on pedal (toes pointed out) -> Narrow foot position by adjusting foot parallel to bicycle
Too little pedal float -> Limit float to 6 – 8 degrees
If the pain is in the outer side of the knee (Lateral Pain):
Incorrect foot position on pedal (toes pointed in) -> Widen foot position by adjusting foot parallel to bicycle
Too little pedal float -> Limit float to 6 – 8 degrees
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