Over the weekend, I cycled from Pasir Ris to Punggol to Buangkok and back. It was a fun ride, mostly flat and very beginner friendly. The route to and along Punggol is pretty scenic as well. Here are some photos from the ride! Cycling down Pasir Ris Dr 12 - some bus stops here and … Continue reading Cycling Pasir Ris, Punggol and Buangkok
In the space of just a week or so, the coronavirus situation seems to have evolved quite dramatically. Here in Singapore, the alert level hasn't been raised to red, nor are the authorities using the term "lockdown" to describe the measures that are being put in place. But increasingly, it does feel like a soft … Continue reading Cycling in the time of covid-19: yay or nay?
Foldie out for a first spin at Lorong Halus bridge Here's a first look at my first foldie: a fnhon blast! It has a matte black aluminium frame, a 9 speed Shimano Sora rear derailleur, and various Litepro parts. It's also pretty lightweight at under 10kg. I bought this bike brand new for $499 from … Continue reading My first foldie: a fnhon blast
I get it, maybe you've just bought a shiny brand new bike and you can't wait to put it through its paces. Or maybe you've just dug up and dusted off your old rusty bike and discovered, to your delight, that it still works! But before you take to the roads and demonstrate your pedal-powered … Continue reading Cycling 101: 5 quick safety tips for cycling in Singapore
Here goes. The essential first step to starting your cycling journey: finding a bike! How I got into cycling again This doesn't necessarily mean buying a new bike, of course. In fact, I actually first re-discovered cycling through using a bike sharing app (SG Bike in particular) and riding one of those beaten up communal … Continue reading Cycling 101: choosing a bike
So, like many Singaporeans, I've gotten my first taste of working from home in the past few weeks thanks to covid-19. Ever since the DORSCON alert level was raised to orange, firms have increasingly been implementing business continuity measures and getting employees to work from home. At my firm, we've been split into 2 groups … Continue reading What I miss about working from office (and the solution I found!)