Hi All, new to cycling here and looking to get a Crius Velocity Disc Break. I am wondering if these specifications for the Crius is worth it at around $700-$700+. Looking to use the bike to go sightseeing around Singapore and some cardio mainly travelling through PCNs and pavements.
Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you
Headset - Litepro headset
Handlebar - Litepro light handlebar
Grip - Litepro double lock sponge crip
Brak Crank - AVID FR 5
Disc Brake - AVID BB 5
Cable - Jagwire Oil Cable
Crankset - Litepro squarehole crank + 53T Hollowtech
Pedal - VP aluminum pedal
Wheelset - Litepro 451 AERO wheelset
Tyre - CST City Parkour 451 Tyre and Tube
Seatpost - Litepro Light seatpost
Seat - Light saddle
Chain - YNN9 Speed Chain
Gear Shifter - Shimano M2000 9 Speed
Rear Derailleur - Shimano M370 9 Speed
Cassette - Sunshine 11-23t road cassette
Not sure why no comment from the experts here on the specs you shared on the Crius velocity. I'm no expert - it looks like a bike with good specs but I wonder if the 11-23 cassette is sufficient for hilly ground?
New to the scene.
Intending to get a foldie.
Considering between 3sixty 6speed vs sava z1 9speed.
The reviews I saw on 3sixty are generally good but not sure on the Sava Z1. In terms of price probably a difference of around 200.
May I know if it's worthwhile to get Sava Z1 given that it's carbon fiber?
In terms of performance, which is better?
Litepro aero wheels are heavier than ordinary. For normal riders you will do better with lighter wheels. In fact small wheels don't need to be aero. How much aerodynamics can they improve compared to overall (bike + rider) wind resistant surface?
CST tyres n tubes are ordinary China made stuffs which are likely heavy and roll slower, so these might become things to upgrade. What's the point of aero wheels when paired with lousy tyres?
Crank is square tapered but states that chainring 53t is hollowtech is quite contradicting. High chance is still the heavy square tapered crank that may introduce some problems after a while.
The shimano rd is altus model which is one of the lowest end of shimano products. They should include shimano cassette and chain rather than 3rd parties'. Not sure if the rear shifting would be smooth. By the way this is a 9 speed setup without double chainrings. Got pros n cons, but climbing steep slopes with 53t x 23t might be a little harder though doable with strong legs.
Be ready to upgrade the foamy and thin handlebar grips.
Hi there. I am looking for a low cost 58cm size lightweight bike. very hard to find here in this size, only online seller with "Pedal Force" brand got no stock. can anybody pls point me in the right direction ?
I am looking to start cycling for excercise.
Age 54, 175cm, 105Kg
Appreciate any recommendation for good local bicycle shop in the East that has Hybrid (MTB/Road) models suitable for my physique. Budget S$400.00 ~ $500.00.
depends on your rim - is it for schradar (bigger hole) or presta (smaller) valve? i use to run 1.25" to 2.4" thick 26" tires on my MTB last time and i found 1.75" thick 26" tubes to be fine for a wide range w/o issues and if not sure about valve type just stick to presta cos sure can fit any type of rim wif hole for tube ^^
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