Last units of Bickerton 1909 left, Bickerton's interpretation for a luxurious and performance aluminium folding bicycle.
Ergon BioKork hand grips, Brooks leather saddle with copper rails, Shimano Sora 9-speed trigger shift drivetrain powered by 55T FSA chainring and 11-32T cassette and running on Schwalbe Marathon Supreme.
What's not to like? And now, get a Bickerton Sommerville
With most mid-range bicycle models today featuring a 8-speed drivetrain (think Dahon Speed Horize, Vitesse D8, Tern Link C8, D8, N8 and Verge N8) and entry-level performance bicycle models starting at 10-speed drivetrain (Tern Verge X10, Dahon Mu D10, Tyrell FX) – Is there still place for a 9-speed drivetrain?
The quick answer is – Yes. The
Bickertons have always sold well at our shops, and for good reason -- they are built with the same quality as their sister brand Tern Bicycles, but still retaining the quintessential British flavour that bears the hallmark of their origin. Even till today, Mark Bickerton, son of Harry, who designed and made Bickerton the
Bickerton folding bicycles has come out with a touring model, and here is their interpretation of how a bicycle should be spec-ed for touring – the Bickerton Comet 1618.
The Bickerton Comet 1618 comes in a chromoly steel frame, 20-inch wheels, Shimano Sora 18-speed transmission. The result is comfort riding with the gears to go anywhere.
Today we head to Punggol Waterway to check out the Park Connector Network (PCN) there! Punggol has been a relatively young town, and in the recent years the town has really grown exponentially from the large number of new flats and apartments that the government and private developers are building.
From NParks website: Punggol Waterway