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  1. 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
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  2. 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
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  3. 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.
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  4. 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....
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