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Hi Sparkz83,

 

I got it quite cheap from a close friend whom have not play it all since day one. He find it too loud n afraid that he might disturb the neighbourhood.

 

Also he didn't have kakis and don't know where to play too.

 

That's why i got sucked into PB. In fact, if u r interested, there r a few bike shops selling my type ( from china ) relatively cheap too.

 

I think if my memory never fail, the price range about $350 to $450. :)

 

Quick, go get one and join us on our weekly ride @ National Stadium. I guarantee u love every minute of it !

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Hi Sparkz83,

 

I got it quite cheap from a close friend whom have not play it all since day one. He find it too loud n afraid that he might disturb the neighbourhood.

 

Also he didn't have kakis and don't know where to play too.

 

That's why i got sucked into PB. In fact, if u r interested, there r a few bike shops selling my type ( from china ) relatively cheap too.

 

I think if my memory never fail, the price range about $350 to $450. :)

 

Quick, go get one and join us on our weekly ride @ National Stadium. I guarantee u love every minute of it !

 

when & what time u guys goin national stadium usually ???

maybe i can go there n take a look 1st haha...

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Eh.. any pre-requirements to owning a pb?

Need at least class 2b license? can ride pb on road one?

 

*paiseh coz i dunno anything abt pb, but they look v.cute leh.

 

i don't think need license loh & cannot ride on the road ....(correct me if i am wrong)....

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Hi babe 09,

you don't need a license to ride a PB therefore u can't ride on the road.

 

 

Sparkz, u should stop by n take closer look. hahahahaha That's the place we r playing.

 

Also, good news, heard from the seniors, that we might be getting a prem place/circuit to play in the very near future. :thumb:

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Hey guys, I wanna start this hobby of playing pocketbikes, I already know where to get them but what else would I have to know?

 

1. Full gear + FF? ( Don't say I overdress please.. I crashed while doing my other hobby, bicycling, and broke my arm + road rash at only 35kmh, so a crash at 60 can mean deepshit for me. )

2. Technical information about these bikes?

 

I don't have a motorbike license...yet, so I guess I would have to learn about the clutch and gearing system on motorbikes ( If non existent, ignore what I just said. ) . I wanna get a mini motard and play offroad..

 

Anyone can guide me on this?

 

Cheers all!

 

**And I don't have any means of transport so I guess I have to ride to the location. I think I need to bring some spare petrol also, cos I saw the fuel consumption for the bike I want is 100km/2.2L and the fuel tank is 1L only.

 

Also, whats the rough net weight for pocket bikes? ( My lift only got 3 floors, must carry bike down 2 floors.. )

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Touring a little bit of Laos like this!

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Be at Kallang carpark C by 2-2.30 pm.Be punctual if you don't wanna miss the boat.We take you to the new site.We resume our ride at new location.Those wanna join,Safety gear is a must.Those wanna see us practicing also welcome.

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Hey guys, I wanna start this hobby of playing pocketbikes, I already know where to get them but what else would I have to know?

 

1. Full gear + FF? ( Don't say I overdress please.. I crashed while doing my other hobby, bicycling, and broke my arm + road rash at only 35kmh, so a crash at 60 can mean deepshit for me. )

2. Technical information about these bikes?

 

I don't have a motorbike license...yet, so I guess I would have to learn about the clutch and gearing system on motorbikes ( If non existent, ignore what I just said. ) . I wanna get a mini motard and play offroad..

 

Anyone can guide me on this?

 

Cheers all!

 

 

 

**And I don't have any means of transport so I guess I have to ride to the location. I think I need to bring some spare petrol also, cos I saw the fuel consumption for the bike I want is 100km/2.2L and the fuel tank is 1L only.

 

Also, whats the rough net weight for pocket bikes? ( My lift only got 3 floors, must carry bike down 2 floors.. )

 

Bomberbee, where's the shop for pb??

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1. Full gear + FF? ( Don't say I overdress please.. I crashed while doing my other hobby, bicycling, and broke my arm + road rash at only 35kmh, so a crash at 60 can mean deepshit for me. )

2. Technical information about these bikes?

 

I don't have a motorbike license...yet, so I guess I would have to learn about the clutch and gearing system on motorbikes ( If non existent, ignore what I just said. ) . I wanna get a mini motard and play offroad..

 

**And I don't have any means of transport so I guess I have to ride to the location. I think I need to bring some spare petrol also, cos I saw the fuel consumption for the bike I want is 100km/2.2L and the fuel tank is 1L only.

 

Also, whats the rough net weight for pocket bikes? ( My lift only got 3 floors, must carry bike down 2 floors.. )

 

You are fun.

You can wear complete racegear for PBs. Safety first.

PB doesn't require licence, it does not have clutch or gear, simpler than a MTB. PB not registered to LTA, no vehicle number anyway.

Hougang to kallang non=stop will destroy your PB, avoid it.

Each PB weighs 20-30kg, easily carried up few storeys.

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hey guys, i kinda interested in pb. whr do you guys practising nowadays. might wanna bring my family to see.

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