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Cecil Lee

My 2012 Brompton & Dahon Classic

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Cecil Lee    137

I have only 3 bicycles:

a 2012 model Brompton, a Dahon Classic as shown below. And my last bicycle is a bright yellow carry-me.

I have many bicycle outfits.. and I like this most...

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Cecil Lee    137

The benefit of a folding bike is it's portability.

I will never secure it to a bicycle stand.

However; whenever I visit a new development be it a condo / EC or especially a new HDB site; 

I will always look at their bicycle station railing.

If you think you had seen it all; I have often come across some variations.

For eg. This one at the newly Just T.O.P. HDB Angsana Green at Yishun; they use a common inverted U shaped design. 

But this time round; instead of using round steel tubes bent in an inverted U; this site uses square tubings. 

And the concealed bolts were badly concealed with revealing cement patches. 

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Cecil Lee    137

1st neon yellow electric kick scooter that I had ever seen.

Usually they are ebony or jet-black (noir). And this one seems to be made from carbon-fibre.

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Cecil Lee    137

Unconventional wave-form or bicycle racks.

Looks overbuilt.

And there are no visible bolts on the cement floors.

Location: Boon Keng 

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Cecil Lee    137

This bicycle rack design @ Bellewaters Sengkang.

Perhaps, the security personnel at this development is the deterrent.

Given that only the two support poles are thick. While the stretch of frame looks so thin and flimsy.. I believe a medium sized bolt cutter or a saw could easily breach these wires within seconds to just a few minutes...

Nevertheless, it could park five (5) bicycles easily..

Luckily, it is so bulky; as this whole frame is secured to the concrete floor by only four exposed nuts.

Contrast this to the Boon Keng (one article earlier) version.. worlds apart.

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Cecil Lee    137

The main frame is solidly cemented to the floor + stainless steel.

Often gives a false sense of security for the novice.

As they often only secure the front wheels! 

And a bicycle thief often leaves the lock and front wheels intact!

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