Trek Fuel EX6

As we are expecting Chua new Trek Fuel bicycle will be here anytime soon, I am proud to bring you some close up shot on the Trek Fuel EX6. The lower number show lower end grade complete bike while in GT bicycles, the lower the better. I hope I can shoot some photo on Chua's new bicycle soon.

Vuelta a Espana 2010

Vuelta a Espana will starts tomorrow, August 28th. Some big name will wear their team outfit for the last time including Schlack's brother (Saxo-Bank), Dennis Menchov (Rabobank) and Carlos Sastre (Cervelo). Unfortunately Vuelta a Espana this year will not contested by the Tour winner, Alberto Contador. Meanwhile Team Radioshack were not invited by the organizer for this year race. Watch Live on Astro Eurosports channel 814...

.: T R O N I R :.

TRONIR aka The Return Of Nite Inas Ride is an event that really suits perfectly for cyclist during Ramadan. Here's the nite ride detail;

Saturday 28/08/2010
10.00 PM

Adam Craig’s Giant Trance X Advanced SL

Another practical way to put your spare tube
Latest Shimano 10 speed XTR group set

Complete bike specifications:

  • Frame: Giant Trance X Advanced SL, 127mm travel,
  • Rear Shock: Custom Fox DHX RC4 with 550lb steel coil spring
  • Fork: Fox 32 Float RLC Kashima, 140mm travel, 70psi positive air pressure
  • Headset: Chris King InSet tapered
  • Stem: PRO Vibe Carbon road, 100mm, -10-degree
  • Handlebars: PRO Atherton Signature, 740mm
  • Grips: ODI Ruffian
  • Front brake: Shimano XTR M980 Trail w/Ice Tech 180mm rotor
  • Rear brake: Shimano XTR M980 Trail w/Ice Tech 160mm rotor
  • Chain Guide: MRP 1.X
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano XTR M980
  • Shifter: Shimano XTR M980
  • Brake levers: Shimano XTR M980 Trail
  • Cassette: Shimano XTR M980, 11-36T
  • Chain: Shimano XTR M980
  • Crankset: Shimano XTR M980 w/MRP 40T single ring
  • Bottom bracket: Shimano XTR M980
  • Pedals: Shimano XTR M980 Race prototype
  • Wheelset: Shimano M988 XTR Trail
  • Front tyre: Michelin Dry2 2.30 reinforced, 28psi
  • Rear tyre: Michelin Dry2 2.30 reinforced, 28psi
  • Saddle: Fizik Tundra
  • Seatpost: CrankBrothers Joplin
  • Bottle cages: King Cage, titanium

Critical measurements:

  • Rider's height: 180.3cm/5ft 11in
  • Rider's weight: 74.84kg/165lb
  • Saddle height from BB, c-t: 77.5cm
  • Seat tube length, c-t: 45.72cm
  • Tip of saddle to center bar: 56cm
  • Saddle-to-bar drop: 10cm (seatpost extended)
  • Head tube length: 14.5cm
  • Top tube length: 58.42cm
  • Total bicycle weight: 12.7kg/28lb (with C02 inflator and tube)
  • more on bikeradar

BMC Team Elite TE02

Interested parties please contact Megat (0178269206)...only 2 left, size S 17" and M 19"

2010 ECC MTB-Nite Jamboree

For those who have a restless night, why do you join the ECC mtb-nite jamboree this October 20th 2010.

Click HERE for more info about ECC and HERE for the information about the event.

Casio G Shock Riseman received bikeradar review

The Casio G Shock Riseman GW9200 received bikeradar review on August 22nd. Bikeradar does not usually make review about watches, but this one is special....Below are some of thier review about the watch.

The Riseman is a sturdy outdoors watch with some useful features.

For a start, it’s solar-powered, so it won’t eat batteries when using its altimeter (which can be calibrated to work with either absolute or relative altitudes), barometer and temperature gauge. It also receives time calibration via daily radio signals for six global territories, including Europe and the UK.

The display is easy to navigate, too. The backlight is clear and precise, and the light is large and easy to hit with gloves on.

The temperature sensor is roughly 7° out on the wrist, and takes about 30 minutes to equalise with ambient air temperature when taken off. Alternatively, strap it to your hydration pack for a precise reading.

It may lack the outdoors functions and electronic compass of Suunto’s Core, but it’s cheaper and still incredibly useful.

... and here's my review that I've made about this watch. The differences between my Riseman and this one is my Riseman does not receive radio signal a.k.a wave ceptor.

Check it out LINK

BMC Team Elite TE02 2009 - update

Finally Megat did manage to found a sitpost for his newly built BMC...Now stop talking and lets show some action...

Dave Wiens' Rotwild and Levi Leipheimer's probike

Complete bike specifications

  • Frame: Trek Top Fuel 9.9 size small, 15.5
  • Rear shock: Fox Float RP2 with Boostvalve
  • Fork: RockShox SID XX World Cup 100mm
  • Headset: Cane Creek IS
  • Stem: Bontrager XXX 110mm
  • Handlebars: Bontrager RXL 630mm cut from 660mm stock bars
  • Tape/grips: Bontrager
  • Front brake: Avid XX 160mm rotor
  • Rear brake: Avid XX 140mm rotor
  • Brake levers: Avid XX with custom lettering
  • Front derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Rear derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Shift levers: SRAM XX
  • Cassette: SRAM XX 12x36 10 speed
  • Chain: SRAM XX
  • Crankset: SRAM XX 42x28
  • Bottom bracket: Trek BB90
  • Pedals: Look Quartz Carbon
  • Wheelset: Bontrager XXX
  • Rims: Bontrager XXX
  • Front hub: Bontrager XXX
  • Rear hub: Bontrager XXX
  • Spokes: DT Swiss
  • Front tire: Hutchinson Cobras XC Tubeless Ready 2.1
  • Rear tire: Hutchinson Cobras XC Tubeless Ready 2.1
  • Saddle: Bontrager Inform
  • Seat post: Bontrager XXX
  • Bottle cages: Bontrager RXL

Critical measurements

  • Rider's height: 1.68m (5' 6")
  • Rider's weight: 62kg (136.7lb)
  • Saddle height, from BB (c-t): 660mm
  • Seat tube length, c-t: 540mm
  • Tip of saddle nose to C of bars: 565mm
  • Head tube length: 132mm
  • Top tube length: 510mm

Complete bike specifications

  • Frame: Rotwild R.R2 Team Edition Hardtail size Large
  • Fork: Magura Durin SL Team Edition, 80mm
  • Headset: Rotwild
  • Stem: Thomson Elite X4, 120mm
  • Handlebars: TruVativ Noir World Cup Riser, 63cm
  • Tape/grips: Ergon GX2 Carbon, Limited Edition White
  • Front brake: Magura Marta SL, Team Edition
  • Rear brake: Magura Marta SL, Team Edition
  • Brake levers: Magura Marta SL, Team Edition Carbon
  • Front derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Rear derailleur: SRAM XX
  • Shift levers: SRAM XX
  • Cassette: SRAM XX 11x36
  • Chain: SRAM PC-1090
  • Crankset: SRAM XX 39x26, 175mm cranks
  • Bottom bracket: Truvativ GXP Press Fit
  • Pedals: Shimano XTR
  • Wheelset: DT Swiss XRC 1250 Carbon set up tubeless with Stan’s NoTubes
  • Rims: DT Swiss XRC 1250 Carbon
  • Front hub: DT Swiss XRC 1250
  • Rear hub: DT Swiss XRC 1250
  • Spokes: DT Swiss
  • Front tire: Continental X-King 2.2 ProTection
  • Rear tire: Continental X-King 2.2 ProTection
  • Saddle: Terry RSR Team Edition
  • Seat post: Schmolke TLO
  • Bottle cages: Topeak Shuttle Cage Carbon
  • Other accessories: Topeak Aero Wedge Seat Pack, Topeak Race Rocket mini pump

Critical measurements

  • Rider's height: 1.88m (6' 2")
  • Rider's weight: 84kg (185lb)
  • Saddle height, from BB (c-t): 790mm
  • Saddle setback: 85mm
  • Seat tube length, c-t: 550mm
  • Tip of saddle nose to C of bars (next to stem): 600mm
  • Head tube length: 140mm
  • Top tube length: 620mm
  • Total bicycle weight: 8.9kg (19.7lb)
  • more on bikeradar

Specialized Megat

Megat, looks very comfortable on his specialized road bike. However there are still plenty to ask before we can believe this report. Will this be his preparation for the Ramadan night ride? Just wait and see.....

Megat's BMC getting assemble

Goodbye my dear old friend, Cube Analog...
Where should I start first??
"Oh man, your old cables doesn't fit the new frame...should I put in Jagwire... Yes please"
Oh should change the brake know, for the better braking power
You should change the wheelset to compliment the new frame...Did I hear that??
Finally...the truth..the bike without sitpost and saddle weight around 10.36kg

Ricco returns

Italian Riccardo Ricco has said he is joining the Quick Step team from Ceramica Flaminia with immediate effect and hopes to be involved in the Vuleta a Espana later this month.

Ricco was banned for 20 months for doping at the 2008 Tour de France and returned to the sport with the small Italian team in March but missed May's Giro D'Italia because Ceramica were not invited.

The 26-year-old, impressive in minor races since his comeback, thanked his former team for letting him leave his contract.

"It was a great gesture allowing me to join a Pro-Tour team," Ricco, nicknamed "the Cobra", was quoted as saying by


Trek Session 88 2009

Going downhill anyone??
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