Bike Checks: New Overhaul Service on a Scott CR1!

We will be featuring bikes that are full overhaul service at Tionghin from now and having a bike checks on the complete assembly!

Bike Checks on a new Overhaul Service on a Scott CR1!
Getting ready the machine for the last OCBC Race and extending the life and performance of the bike for future!

We do provide full polishing services during the Overhaul service entirely to complete the package!

Read on…


Complete overhaul of the bike after assembling!


Upfront of the bike.


Scott Aero Fork.


Cockpit with Shimano Ultegra groupset, 3T stem and Scott drop bar.


Front transmission with Shimano Ultegra Crankset and Front derailleur.


Rear drive train with Shimano Ultegra Rear derailleur, Shimano Ultegra Cassette and chain.


Shimano Ultegra Complete wheels and Hutchison Road Tubeless tires.


Shimano Ultegra Brakes caliper.


Detail and polish of the overhaul service on the bike!


Full polish as requested from our service package.


Integrated Ritchey headset for the smooth steering.

Components List
Frame: Scott CR1
Fork: Scott CR1 Aero fork
Headset: Ritchey Integrated Non – Sealed headset
Wheels: Shimano Ultegra wheelset
Tires: Hutchison Road Tubeless 700c x 23c Front and Rear
Saddle: Sella Saddle
Bar: Scott Drop bar
Grip: Lizard Skin bar tape
Crank: Shimano Ultegra Cranks
Brake: Shimano Ultegra Front and Rear brake caliper
Stem: 3T stem 90mm length, 31.8mm clamp diameter stem
Seatpost: Ritchey Seatpost
Pedal: Xpedo Platform Pedal
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra Cassette 10sp
Shifters: Shimano Ultegra Brake and Shifter combo
Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
Chain: Shimano Ultegra Chain 10spd

Stay tune for more upcoming new overhaul services and bike checks!

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5 Comments »

  1. Lighter than Shimano Ultegra over the price of 105 and performs better than anyone. While the cables are under the bar tape it has no rival the vague feeling that the new Shimano Ultegra has changed.

  2. Sara said

    Hi, may I know how much it’ll cost to do a regular maintenance and change all the nuts and bolts (which are rusting) on my tri bike?

    • melvin said

      Hi Sara, for the full overhaul service maintenance, price is at $100. Also changing all rusted nuts would depend how many nuts. Usually it would cost around $40. 🙂

  3. Sara said

    okay thanks, I’ll bring my bike down soon, and I have a willier laverado frameset (frame, fork, seatpost and seat clamp) which I would like to set up – groupset, wheels, handlebars etc. May I know what’s the cheapest it’ll cost?

    • jialong84 said

      Hi there,

      For groupset, you can consider Shimano 105, and for wheelset you can consider Fulcrum Racing 7. I will advise you to come down our shop, and discuss further with us. It’s easier to work out the cost, and budget this way… 😛

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