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Friday, 29 March 2013

For lemonade, croissants and roast chicken

The usual suspects embarked on a long weekend ride in weird weather. It was hot, cloudy and foggy to say the least. We dropped by a French inspired cafe owned by Russel Wong (Yes, world famous photographer). Saved the day.

Poulet Vous serves a mean thirst quencher called apple lemonade. Natural, unsweetened and awakening. The aroma of croissants makes you think you are standing inside a bakery in Paris. Unfortunately the roast chicken wasn't ready and therefore would warrant our return.

Thoroughly enjoyed Russel's company and the consummate professional even got down to his knees to snap pictures of our bikes.

Bikes and food, what more can you ask for?
Holiday traffic
Self explanatory
Master at work
Blue mist
The Cinelli brothers
One handsome man
Tongues hanging out, we wouldn't have it any other way.

Poulet Vous French Rotisserie Chicken
5 Ridgewood Close

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Hump Solo

Cycling is a vicious sport but we love the pain and suffering right? Otherwise we wouldn't take up the sport. After being inspired by Tour de Francis and Lionel, I disciplined myself and had a hump solo day. Nothing beats the torture of a mid gradient but long climb and not forgetting nature. Met a few natives of Rifle Range Road along the way and ended off the ride with a nice prata along Bukit Timah Road. Oh and yes classic Klein was spotted as well.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Hump day

Decided that I should warm up the legs for Taiwan.
Yes, they are warm and should be stiff tomorrow.

An intimate session with Mr Sachs. 6 x Mt Faber ain't too shabby for a fat kid.

Tour de Francis

My inspiration for going up Mt Faber 6 times today. Credits: Halfords.com

Monday, 18 March 2013

Throwback Sundays

Off the beaten path, rigid mountain-biking like the good old days. Met Dylon and Cheryl along the way with their bombproof machines but there is no skool like old skool right?

Not! Spent the next day at the chiropractor..Ouch!

Thursday, 7 March 2013

The patch

Patches have been synonymous with motorcycle clubs for a very long time. It signifies a family or social group within a area of fellow bikers. The Old Steelers patch is commissioned to represent the camaraderie and fellowship of vintage bicycles. Not for sale and not for everyone. These patches can be earned from our upcoming contests. Watch this space..

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Casual Sundays

 A great day to ride. 65km and counting.

Old Steelers

Saturday, 2 March 2013

American Classics, same but different

After a long love affair with Italian bikes, I have recently had the opportunity to acquire an American icon. Richard Sachs, one of the most vocal frame builders in the industry, has been doing his own thing for the past 40 years.
He responded to my email within 10 minutes of with me sending it out, halfway around the globe. I spent 5 hrs polishing the frame, caressed every contour almost to orgasmic levels.

The Italians bring flair and romance. The Americans bring customization and craftsmanship to another level.

The 6.2kg Litespeed Ghisallo is no slouch being a 10 year old frame. We pulled our share during the 55k ride and tested our limits in an impromptu uphill race. Good thing we didn't have breakfast, else we would be mimicking a Singaporean mascot called the Merlion.

Well, like they say "Pain is weakness leaving the body".