A magnificent gathering of a group of Tyrells on Today's Car Free Sunday here in Singapore.
This Sunday was a special event with the Tyrell SG riders group celebrating their 2nd Anniversary.
Getting members out in force, these pictures show an eclectic collection of Tyrells - showing off the colours and different ways that Tyrell owners customise these great bicycles to their personal preferences.
Tyrell is one of the leading manufacturers of Mini-Velos. A Mini-Velo distinquishes itself from a folding bicycle in that ,...
The second in our two part Article on the latest 18"wheel folders - Face Off between the Tyrell IVE and the Chedech 5
Recap: Everyone is familiar with the benefits of small wheels for commuting and city riding.
The 16 inch category was very much a foldable domain that started it all. Bickerton, Brompton and Dahon were the early starters in this field and modern day challengers came in the likes of Bike Friday Tikit. But this is not a review of 16 inch wheeled foldables. It’s a focus on two brands who took the challenge of...
Bickerton, Brompton and Dahon were the early starters. But in this field, modern day challengers arrived in the form of Bike Friday Tikit. With the advantage of modern day design and innovation, many after riding a Bike Friday Tikit would say it’s got the fastest fold and the ride of a bi...
Tyrell bikes are one of the easiest to work with, with wide compatibility with standard components offered by bicycle equipment suppliers.
This easy compatibility is a conscious effort to use stock components and avoid proprietary components specific to the bike model.
This allows Tyrell bikes to be upgraded very easily in a modular fashion. Need a derailleur upgrade? Want to change to higher gearing? or convert from flat to drop bars? These are easily accomplished with every Tyrell bike.
The final short article in our series explaining the 7 Reasons Why Moulton is the Most Comfortable Bicycle in The World.
No. 7 explores the Moulton Heritage of Craftsmanship and Engineering.
From the early F-Frame models that were launched in the 1960's to the current Spaceframe models today, one thing that has remained unchanged for more than five decades is the common theme of British design and that the bikes are made in Britain, by highly skilled craftsmen.
The Moulton's frame and forks are hand-brazed in the UK by our sm...
TYRELL lovers who are looking for something higher in the performance range than the FX, can upgrade the groupset on their FX – or they can make one major upgrade in the frameset by opting for the TYRELL FSX.
With thinner walled aluminium extrusion to shave more weight off the frame while maintaining the characteristic stiffness of Tyrell bikes – the result is a triangular top tube (which also serves to become a signature of the FSX).
A full carbon handlepost and fork now comes on the FSX (compared to the FX which...