Monday, August 29, 2011

28th Aug 2011, Visit to Seletar Airbase and Jln Kayu roti prata

Amy and Adriane
from Left, Steven Lim, Kathryn, KSL, Emman and Jolly
shoes show a diversity of cycling styles... it is all ok! Come and ride with us!
Lovecyclingsg @ birdcage lane, Seletar airbase
28th Aug, Sunday. We met as usual for the Lovecyclingsg ride. This was Adriane first ride as a Lead rider. Over the last week, he helped to plan the route and update the ride attendees.  There was about 24 riders and after his route briefing at Khatib MRT, we rolled slowly in the direction of Seletar Airbase, assisted by the regulars like Clarence, Steven Tang, Steven Lim and Boo.
We also showed the folks the new road to Punggol which connects Yishun and makes for a nice and relaxed ride.  What I really like about our group is that we have a mix of every thing. From Roadies, foldies, mountain bikes... branded or non brand, all having a good time and just cycling as a team. Let's keep it this way!
As we rode close to Seletar airbase, most of us were very hungry and we made a detour to have a Roti prata breakfast at Jalan Kayu. The pratas at Thasevi were good but abit too expensive in my opinion.  I remember a plain prata used to cost 50cts and now it cost $1.00... talking about some inflation going on.  With our stomaches setttled, we cycled in Seletar airbase, took a photo at Brompton street. Derek was so happy and Steven Tang not soo..  Nice and short romp around seletar.. do visit it before the place get changed even more.  The rest of the ride photos here... below Video is from Boon yeo(thanks buddy!)
Lastly, well done, Adriane for leading the ride and many thanks to the regulars to make it a safe and fun ride for all!
Derek wants to bring home...
Featuring the Brompton B boys!
Daddy Wilson, Joel and Mummy Elaine riding as a family!


  1. Didn't know Brompton Rd exists in Spore. So cool! Learning new things every day abt the Red Dot from your exquisite blog TW :)

  2. Hello Bro Al, yes there is! and I am trying to find Dahon street... understand it is some where in the side alleys of little india.. haha.