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  1. The ultimate no-nonsense guide for beginner riders to select the best motorcycle helmet for your riding style. Everything you should consider before buying your first motorbike helmet, and tips and recommendations for top brands/ models to purchase that are affordable and value-for-money. Types of Motorcycle Helmets Full Face - Safest with most coverage for head and face. Troublesome when riding to Malaysia as need to take off helmet during customs check. Modular - Mix between full face and open. Can flip up chin bar to turn into an open face. Versatile, but not as sa
    4 points
  2. Do you know there are actually quite a fair number of female riders around! Just to share one of my Behind The Scenes shoot out in my studio, and I am sure you will notice a very familiar face, Candy (Founder of Candy Motor) when she was still riding her Yamaha R15!
    4 points
  3. The simple guide for beginner riders in Singapore to choose your first motorcycle gloves. We only have wet and dry weather here,. Easy peasy. Things to consider Usage - Are gloves for road riding only, or for off-road, track racing, touring? Size & Fit - Yes, gloves come in different sizes. If you buy too large or small gloves, you won't be able to grip properly Hard Knuckles - For extra protection, some gloves come with carbon fibre armour at the knuckles and finger joints areas. Padding - Are the gloves too thick/thin for you to feel your clutch? Are
    3 points
  4. In this review, we collaborated with Fuji Motovlogs and reviewed his Kawasaki 1400GTR. He shares with us his experience and the reason on why he got this rare sports tourer.
    3 points
  5. Me and Zar were very very lucky to have met veteran rider, Khaliff to review his Honda Goldwing GL1800, Honda's flagship. He shares with us his experiences with it and why he got such a motorbike. Don't forget to like, share and subscribe to our channel!
    3 points
  6. Hi everyone's This video is to share with you where to get the cheapest rims wrap in Singapore. Below will share with you the link to look for the carosell user for your rims wrapped. https://carousell.com/district_m0t0r It's 100% less then $100 for class 2 bike. Hope everyone like this video and click on the like button. *Content Creator The thumbnail and video are totally created by me. *No copyright content was used in this video. Everything ate genuine and self made. Copyright © 2020 ALL RIGHT RESERVE BY 凖FUJI MOTOVLOG For more requiry please drop me a email at unreg
    3 points
  7. Hi everyone. I'm introducing 8 well known accessories shop in Singapore. so before you deciding where to find your accessories, this will be a great video for you to watch it. and hopefully it help you save all you time searching online for shops. *Content Creator The thumbnail and video are totally created by me. *No copyright content was used in this video. Everything ate genuine and self made. Copyright © 2020 ALL RIGHT RESERVE BY 凖FUJI MOTOVLOG
    3 points
  8. Our very first post in Singapore Bikes Forum. Farhan & Zar met up with Khai and Shahrul, owners of a KTM RC 390 and KTM 200 respectively and talked to them about their experiences with their machines. Is the KTM RC a "sick bike" as many riders assume it to be? ~Farhan Tre'
    3 points
  9. First-time motorbike riders can consider getting the following basic motorcycle accessories to prep your bike for maximum practicality and comfort during your rides. Phone Mount - Attached to your handlebar, so you can mount your phone for GPS navigation. Dashcam / Gopro - For video proof in case of any accident. Get one that's waterproof, with night vision, and covers both front and rear view. Motorbike Cover - To protect your bike from the weather (rain, UV, dust), reducing wear & tear. Balaclava / Head Scarf - To protect your face from dust, and to pr
    2 points
  10. A guide for beginner riders to prep for your first motorbike. Here is a list of essential riding gear and apparel to buy: Rain Coat Choose a raincoat without a hood so that the rain water doesn't collect in the hood. Having a hood also causes wind drag, unless you tuck it into your helmet. A good quality raincoat won't have lining that starts peeling after a few wears. So it'll save you more money in the long-run to invest in quality. Gloves Unlike durian gloves, proper motorcycle gloves come with armoured knuckles, touchscreen material for index fingers, and are made
    2 points
  11. As I had just recently graduated from BBDC and gotten my license 3 months ago, I know how confusing the process might be to get your license even before COVID. Now with COVID, things might be even more confusing so I created this video in hopes that it will help those who are interesting in getting a 2B license and don't know where to start!
    2 points
  12. This will be the last video for 2020 and thank you guys for all your support, both offline (On the Roads) and online! So sorry for such a long delay to my next video as I was so held up with stuff after I get hitched, I will do my best to give you the best content that can help in your riding experience. Everyone starts as a new rider, and when I was new, I have not much people to turn to, so this is why I started this channel to help and share my experience and tips too! BIKE REVIEWS, GEAR REVIEWS, TIP & HACKS I Use to have a great riding experience all in here!
    2 points
  13. The new Ducati Streetfighter V4S is one of the most expensive production street bike in the market. At over 70,000SGD, is the Ducati Streetfighter V4S worth it? Find out as we review the Ducati Streetfighter V4S in this episode!! Subscribe to our channel for weekly videos!!
    2 points
  14. In this video, We talk about owning the 2016 Africa Twin after almost 5 years and riding it for more than 100,000 kms! Here's some of the topics covered in this walkthrough: - Modifications done with the bike. - Mileage ridden - Problems with the bike - How much spent maintaining the bike - Riding with Panniers - Fuel Consumption - Comparing to BMW GS1200/YAMAHA T700 - Riding at high speeds Any Africa Twin Riders here?
    2 points
  15. Just to share a little more of my ride and why I choose it? Who knows? You might also be the next Hayabusa owner too! So what is it that I like about the haya? Well, Comfort, power when I need it and easy to maintain I would also want to extend my appreciation to my good friend and Airbrusher (TBRN Designs : https://www.instagram.com/tbrndesigns/) for retouching up my ride and custom designed my helmet for me. Will be sharing more about him in my next entry!
    2 points
  16. Hi! I'm a new rider just enjoying his time riding his bike and sharing his journey through his first year on the road! This is one of my recent uploads on my Youtube channel that you can follow! I also have a TikTok & Instagram account where I post short snippets of funny or interesting moments whilst riding. Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ash_qasha/ TikTok : https://www.tiktok.com/@ash_qasha
    2 points
  17. Singapore is not known as an automotive hub by any means. But as invisible as it is in the grand scheme of things, we actually do have attempts at creating such an industry...well sort of. Sources: https://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore/did-you-know-spore-used-make-cars https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/carmaking-returns-to-singapore-with-new-smart-plant-in-jurong https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomson_Road_Grand_Prix_circuit https://www.sgpbusiness.com/company/Tiger-Motors-Holdings-Pte-Ltd https://www.sgpbusiness.com/company/Alife-Air-Automobiles-Pte-Ltd https://www.
    1 point
  18. My first motovlog sharing, hope you enjoy it! Do read my YouTube description too
    1 point
  19. Just one random day, when I left my bike at the workshop and met my security guard (Malaysian Rider) at the lift lobby, I heard something shocking and it also cleared my curiosity on why his helmet has scotch-taped on it. This is the link of the modular helmet I have given: https://reginaspecialties.com/products/origine-delta-basic-solid-matt-black-helmet?variant=37635793027260 The Helmet is ECE 22.05 safety certified, you may find out more from this link:(https://unece.org/DAM/trans/publications/WP29/Leaflet_Helmets.pdf)
    1 point
  20. Money is a big concern to anyone, and finding #financing to purchase a #motorcycle of your dreams are a bigger concern. #Singapore has some unique rules in the way we do things, but financial planning is universal, so here are some considerations to think of before taking the leap and signing the dotted line on a new loan. Ask me any question in the comments below! Even non-motorcycle ones! If you'd like to support this channel by buying a T-Shirt check out: https://www.redbubble.com/people/reizeprimus/works/28682858-reize-primus-mascot One Time Donations: https://www.paypal.
    1 point
  21. For all the adventure tourers out there, we know you miss this. Hang in there, we are pretty sure the borders will reopen and we will get back to doing what we love best - Touring on our motorcycles. If you like this video, share and tag your touring kakis. See you on the road! Remember to Like our Facebook Page!!! www.facebook.com/tri333ple And Subscribe to our Youtube Channel!! www.youtube.com/tri333ple
    1 point
  22. Buying a motorcycle can be quite a costly and daunting commitment. In this video podcast, Farhan, Zar and Fizo gave our thoughts and opinions on the types of motorbike financing in Singapore.
    1 point
  23. Lubricating your chain can be such a hassle in Singapore. Especially when your HDB (Housing Development Board) home and your multi story carpark is far away but without a proper chain maintenance, you will end up paying for more chain replacement, have unnecessary broken chain on the road which can compromise your safety, or just wasting more petrol as your engine has to push as your chain are smooth in cycle. In this video, I share how I lubricate my chains both on my sports bike (Ducati Supersport S) and street bike (Honda Super 4 C400 Spec 1). Here are the links of stuff
    1 point
  24. Reviewing the Yamaha MT-25, the naked sibling of the R25.
    1 point
  25. One of the most compelling and affordable ways to break into the Adventure segment of motorcycles is now being reviewed on MotoDeal's Beyond the Ride. The KTM 390 Adventure is one heck of an adventure bike for the Asian market, but it's not without it's nuances. Join us as we review this 390 platform motorcycle that is manufactured in the Phillipines. Can the KTM 390 Adventure pick off where the BMW 310GS tried to start - but ultimately fail. Share your comments in the section below to let us know what you think of this video!
    1 point
  26. I'm new to riding on the road so I'm sharing my experience of me riding in the rain!
    1 point
  27. This is my Iron 883 sportster which I rebuilt it in my image. -changed exhaust, air filter, tuner. -repainted the bike -Custom seats -tank lift and engine spoilers -headlight grill -leather bags -tire wording and stickers -iu replacement -igniton coil replacement -brakes and suspension -and hell lot of other changes
    1 point
  28. 70 plus K......is it really worth the hype?
    1 point
  29. After riding 4000km, (5500 as of this post), i decided to do a vlog. is it truly worth the buy?
    1 point
  30. Me and Zar are well known in the Singapore motorcycle scene for riding our small Class 2B bikes, a Honda CBF150 and a Honda CB190X Tourism into Thailand & Laos and Laos for 21 days and overcame a breakdown and accident. In this video, Me and Zar reflect back on our trip and gave our thoughts as we recall the trip of a lifetime for us. We hope that the borders open again once more and go further and longer in upcoming trips.
    1 point
  31. A rather unexpected collision. What do you think was the cause? Some believe it was lack of rider skill being a newbie. Some say it was due to target fixation. Others have also said that the rider overshot or didn't lean the bike. What do you think?
    1 point
  32. Just to take you behind the scenes of what I shoot for a living, here's one of them ! Thanks to my crew for helping me out on the behind the scenes video! Enjoy!
    1 point
  33. Motorgrapher Proudly Presents: Live To Ride - another addition to our series of motorcycle related content. This time we take you up to speed with riders and their rides! Featuring Hafiz & Amirah and their nostalgic 1979 Vespa P150 Like what we are doing and want more content? Tell us what you think and recommend in the comments below! Special thanks to Hafiz & Amirah for spending their day with us! CREDITS: CAMERA OPERATOR » Zach Tessensohn VIDEO EDITOR » Zach Tessensohn COLOR & MASTER » Zach Tessensohn PRODUCER » Barry Seah All necessary permissions were acquired for the sh
    1 point
  34. Due to Singapore humid and unpredictable weather, when there is rain and sun, our motorcycles tend to rust especially when not everyone has a sheltered carpark to park in. In this video, I share what I do every week for all my bikes to keep it in good shape for the roads and for this video, I am using my Honda CB400 Spec 1 to explain!
    1 point
  35. We've received a lot of PMs from fellow riders to share our thoughts & opinions on the recent saga. Me & Ilyazar Ilyas recorded a video podcast. We declare that this is the final nail in the coffin. Motorbike culture in Singapore is dead....
    0 points
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