Adventures, Brompton, Brompton Bags, Brooks, Cycling, Foldie, Mobilephotography, Modifications, NOV, Park Connector (PCN), Titanium, Work

In the month of July 2017…

With fasting month over, time to get back onto the saddle.

Not an ideal day out for a recess ride. Gloomy and overcast. Turned back immediately with the showers coming in.

One of those days where I get to bike home from work. At the same time, conducting a recce for an upcoming ride. Gorgeous evening it was.

Used to stay at the town in the background. Lovely memories there.

Well, it’s getting late. Time to zoom home, with another 20-odd clicks to go.

Did a group ride with a bunch of B pals. No agenda and route. Just riding around till where it takes us.

The ride took us to an abandoned housing town which is slated for demolition to make way for newer housings. Rustic place with a lot of character.

July had been fun. Wish it will continue in the months to come.

Till the next time, ciao.

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Adventures, Brompton, Brompton Bags, Brooks, Carradice, Cycling, Foldie, Modifications, Park Connector (PCN), Titanium

Updates in 2016 (as of June)

Good day to all. It has been a long break for me from here ever since the last entry. The last 2 years was a hectic time at work, restructuring and refocusing on the direction, vision and mission.
Nonetheless, there was still time set aside for some exploration on the wonderful Brompton. Here are the updates from 2016 itself. Mid-2014 to end-2015 will have to be included in the next entry.

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Acquired the 4th Brompton in one of my favourite colours, Racing Green.

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Final look of the 4th Brompton after swapping out the H stem for a M stem and adding a rear rack.

The last year also saw my missus and I shifting to a new location.

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One of the many gorgeous sights the new area I shifted to has to offer.

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Took me some time remodelled the storage and display area for the Bromptons. This is after selling a Montague and an Alex Moulton.

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Neighbourhood Exploration

The next day, we decided to explore the neighbourhood closer, using all (almost) the park connectors.

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First pitstop to rehydrate.

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Panoramic view of the reservior.

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Soaking in the fresh and cool morning air.

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This is the second pitstop where we recharge with fuel for the second part of the exploration.

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After a hearty breakfast, we continued on the park connectors and it brought us here. A serene and peaceful surrounding where the only sounds we hear are that of insects and the occassional whirring of engines from the nearby boats.

From here, we headed home, satisfied with the soreness and fatigue that came with 20+ km exploration trips in 2 days.

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