Tiong Hin will be closed from 19th-26th March 2013…

Dear Customers,

We will be closed from 19th-26th March 2013, and will resume business on Wednesday, 27th March 2013.

For any inquiries, please email us @ jialong84@live.com , or drop us a msg by whatapps @ 81188529.

Thanks!

Regards,
Admin

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Happy Chinese New Year 2013

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Dear Customers,

We will like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the support given, and wish you all a profitable and fruitful Snake Year.

Hougang store will be closed from this Saturday, 9th Feb, and will resume biz on 14th Feb 2013.

Sin Ming store will be closed from today, 7th Feb, and will resume biz on 15th Feb 2013. 

Wishing everyone a Happy Chinese New Year… Huat arhhhhh!

Regards,
Tan Kiang Chen & Tiong Hin Crew

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Eddy Merckx EMX-525 Campaign!‏

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The new print advertisement which shows the Emx-525 as ‘The Best Balanced Bike in the World’. As you all know by now, the stiffness and stability of the Emx-525 is way ahead of the competition.

This week Eddy Merkcx has launched the EMX-525 campaign.

Check out the first web commercial of the showpiece of the 2013 Eddy Merckx Cycles collection right below. R&D engineer Dave and test rider Jeroen went for a ride in beautiful SalzburgerLand (Austria) to enlighten the technical innovations of the new Emx-525. Don’t forget to check out the guest appearance of the cannibal himself at the end of the clip!

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Bike Checks: New Build on a EMX-1!

We will be featuring bikes that are build at Tionghin from now and having a bike checks on the complete set up!

Bike Checks on a EMX-1!
A special EMX-1 with lighter wheels to keep it simple.

We do provide Race Shield protections on your bikes with additional cost on the labour charges too!

Read on..


Final build on the bike!


Upfront of the carbon machine.


Aero Carbon fork for the charm of the EMX-1.


Shimano Ultegra Crankset.


Shimano Ultegra Rear de and chain.


Enve wheels with DT swiss 240s hubs.


Super light hubs with upgraded 36t eng points.


Enve carbon brake shoes for the braking.


DT swiss RWS system.

Components List
Frame: Eddy Merckx EMX-1
Fork: Eddy Merckx EMX-1 Aero fork
Headset: Eddy Merckx Integrated Sealed headset
Wheels: Enve Carbon with DT Swiss 240s hubs wheelset
Tires: Continental GP400S 700c x 23c Front and Rear
Saddle: Fizik saddle
Bar: 3T Ergonova Pro Drop bar
Grip: Easton bar tape
Crank: Shimano Ultegra Cranks
Brake: Shimano Ultegra Front and Rear brake caliper
Stem: Ritchey WCS Stem
Seatpost: Carbon Seatpost
Pedal: SPD Pedal
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra Cassette 10sp
Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace Shifter
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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A Very Special Offer to Celebrate our 45th Anniversary

To celebrate our 45th year anniversary, we have a limited offer – 10 units of Eddy Merckx bikes where you can get them at the most valuable price – Eddy Merckx full carbon bike with Shimano ultegra groupset, and Fulcrum wheelset at less than $3k now! Make sure you don’t miss an awesome deal like this, and grab yours while stocks last!

2012 Eddy Merckx AMX-3 105 Complete Bike @ $1650
The A-series alloy frames have a higher strength to weight index than steel, but that is no reason to use it in excess. Eddy Merckx’s triple butted tubing allows them to reduce aluminum in places where it was unnecessary, and smooth welding means there are literally no joints to be seen.

Eddy Merckx Cycles have years of experience in the development of aluminium frames. The many victories won using aluminium Eddy Merckx bicycles during equipment-intensive competitions – such as the Paris-Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders – are the best evidence of their success in doing so. Their collection has no fewer than 3 different alloys, and its profile is both racy, and ergonomically optimal.

  • Stiffness To Weight: 90 Nm/°/kg
  • Frame: EMS 7000 series triple butted
  • Fork: Carbon fork – UDM, tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/4”
  • Groupset: Shimano 105 compact
  • Stem: FSA OS-150
  • Handlebar: FSA omega compact
  • Seatpost: FSA SP-SL-270
  • Saddle: Prologo kappa STN
  • Wheelset: Fulcrum Racing 7
  • Tyres: Vittoria zaffiro pro
  • Size: 49 / 51
  • Colour: Black / White

2012 Eddy Merckx EFX-1 105 Complete Bike @ $2500
The superb handling is the most pronounced ride characteristic of the EFX-1. It is both comfortable and stiff, but its real strength is the feeling of confidence it inspires around corners and how true it seems to ride in a group. A full carbon fork softens the ride and keeps the whole package light, while retaining the racing inspired aero fork shaping. The EFX-1 also uses the increasingly popular tapering steertube, which goes from the standard 1 1/8″ up to 1 1/4″ to improve front end stiffness. The beefy carbon seatstay should provide plenty of riding comfort. Merckx stressed the comfort and rideability of both the EFX-1 and the EFX-3, thanks to features like this.

  • Stiffness To Weight: 105 Nm/°/kg
  • Frame: Carbon CL+ 240 – UDM
  • Fork: Carbon fork – UDM, tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/4”
  • Groupset: Shimano 105 compact
  • Stem: FSA team issue
  • Handlebar: FSA wing compact
  • Seatpost: FSA team issue
  • Saddle: Prologo Kappa dea STN
  • Wheelset: Fulcrum Racing 7
  • Tyres: Vittoria zaffiro pro
  • Size: 40
  • Colour: Carbon/White

2012 Eddy Merckx EMX-1 Ultegra Complete Bike @ $2800
The superb handling is the most pronounced ride characteristic of the EMX-1. It is both comfortable and stiff, but its real strength is the feeling of confidence it inspires around corners and how true it seems to ride in a group. A full carbon fork softens the ride and keeps the whole package light, while retaining the racing inspired aero fork shaping. The EMX-1 also uses the increasingly popular tapering steertube, which goes from the standard 1 1/8″ up to 1 1/4″ to improve front end stiffness. The beefy carbon seatstay should provide plenty of riding comfort. Merckx stressed the comfort and rideability of both the EMX-1 and the EMX-3, thanks to features like this.

  • Stiffness To Weight: 105 Nm/°/kg
  • Frame: Carbon CL+ 240 – UDM
  • Fork: Carbon fork – UDM, tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/4”
  • Groupset: Shimano ultegra compact
  • Stem: FSA team issue
  • Handlebar: FSA wing compact
  • Seatpost: FSA team issue
  • Saddle: Prologo kappa STN
  • Wheelset: Fulcrum Racing 5
  • Tyres: Vittoria rubino Pro
  • Size: 42, or 45
  • Colour: Black/Red, Black/White, or White/Red



2012 Eddy Merckx EMX-3 Ultegra Complete Bike @ $4400
Long-distance recreational riders haven’t been ignored either, with the slightly more upright EMX-3 gaining a tapered 1-1/8 to 1-1/4 in front end and all-new carbon fork, plus revised front triangle tube shapes will give it a slightly more relaxed geometry designed for comfort. Merckx is billing the EMX-3 as more of a “Gran Fondo” ride, with a little more give, and geometry designed for hours of comfort in the saddle. While shooting for comfort though, Merckx didn’t sacrifice performance. The EMX-3 keeps good power transfer by adding stiffness where needed, like the bottom bracket and front end. A good fit for riders looking for comfort and performance, the EMX-3 fits perfectly into the Merckx as their intermediate level carbon road bike.

  • Stiffness To Weight: 115 Nm/°/kg
  • Frame: Carbon CL+ 300 – 3K
  • Fork: Carbon fork – UDM, tapered 1 1/8” – 1 1/4”
  • Groupset: Shimano ultegra compact
  • Stem: FSA SL-K black
  • Handlebar: FSA wing pro compact
  • Seatpost: FSA SL-K black
  • Saddle: Prologo nago evo Ti
  • Wheelset: FFWD F4R full carbon clincher
  • Tyres: Vittoria rubino pro
  • Size: 42, or 45
  • Colour: Black/Orange, or White/Carbon


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New EMX-525 gets Great Reviews

Eddy Merckx’s brand new, top of the line EMX-525 has gotten some first reviews. Road.cc states the bike doesn’t disappoint: “It’s clear it’s a very stiff and very, very fine handling frame and fork that will satisfy riders wanting a fast and responsive bike. Could it be the ultimate race bike? It’s certainly vying for that crown, make no mistake.”

The first impression of Road.cc is that of a very stiff bike that’s great to handle. “So it looks like it will be explosive and on the first climb of our test loop this is the right word to describe the ride sensation. It surges forward with real authority. Press hard on the pedals and the frame feels solid. Throw the bike through corners and the front end stiffness gives an incredibly accurate steering response, it’s precise and very very accurate.”

“I came away impressed”, Road.cc writes. “Merckx have clearly delivered on their quest to produce an outstandingly stiff bike. I came away from my short ride on the Merckx impressed. They’ve clearly raised the bar, it’s one of the best handling bikes I’ve ridden in some time.”

Read the Road.cc review yourself

Or check the reviews of Roadbike.de

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Eddy Merckx on the road to London Olympic Games

The Olympic games in London this summer will have a special “Belgian House”, Eddy Merckx own cycling paradise to support all the Belgian Athletes. Eddy himself will make the trip from Brussels to London on the brand new 2013 model – Emx525, to promote the “Belgian House”. He started this 3-day bike trip Wednesday together with other Belgian cycling heroes like his son Axel Merckx, Robert Van Lancker and many more. Check out some pictures below!

To celebrate all this Eddy ride to the opening ceremony. He will be acompanied by fellow Belgian cycling champions. The trip has three parts: Brussels-Ieper, Ieper-Maidstone and Maidstone-London, some 350 kilometres. Eddy will ride the EMX-525, the new top of the line race bike from Eddy Merckx Cycles.

But there’s more. To celebrate Belgium’s rich history in olympic cycling and to promote our country, the Belgian House will be have a Belgian Cycling Paradise. You’ll get lots of clips like heroic parts of the classics. Eddy Merckx Cycles will have bikes on display in the Belgian House, as a part of a collaboration with Agoria, the Belgian federation of the technology industry.

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