9-speed drivetrains – Is there still a place for them?

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

TYRELL FX – stylish speedster

Extracted and reposted with permission from our distributor Innovari Sports. Original article here. From the land of the rising sun, Japanese bicycle maker Tyrell is fast making a name for itself, not just for the head-turning designs of the mini-velos that it builds, but also that its bicycles – designed and assembled by hand in

Tyrell FX – new stock and colours are in

2016 Tyrell FX stocks are in and available in special colours: Lime Green, Black Onyx, Mandarin, Sakura Pink, Spark Iron Gloss, Italian Red, Matt Black. Comes stock with new Shimano Tiagra 4700 series 10-speed drivetrain. Retails at $2850 for full bike. Available also as frameset purchase, or speak to us and discuss how to build the bike

Tyrell FSX – performance sprinter

Extracted and reposted with permission from our distributor Innovari Sports. Original article here.   TYRELL lovers who are looking for something higher in the performance range than the Tyrell FX, can upgrade the groupset on their FX – or they can make one major upgrade in the frameset by opting for the TYRELL FSX. With thinner walled

Bicycles – Foldables and Portables

Foldable bicycles are practical to own in densely-populated cities, like Singapore. They provide one of the link in inter-nodal transport, e.g. when you travel by train and it links you from your home to the station, or what we call the first or last mile. But you don't have to lock it at the