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  • Paul and team are a fantastic bunch. Helps that Paul stocks size 54 frames which happen to be my size!!!
    Hazza Mcfazza reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 2 February at 20:24 ·
  • Impeccable service from Paul and his crew. Got myself a xentis squad 4.2 for a few mths now, and I'm loving it! The rolling was super smooth and I really enjoy my ride now.. Trusted the crew and their recommendations and finally got myself a S5! Really appreciate the help and advise given, without any hard sell.. Making me feel so comfortable and not judged!
    Alvin Xie reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 11 December 2016 ·
  • I have got a Focus Cayo frameset setup by Bikes n Bites. The service level rendered by Paul and David is top notch. In fact it is one of the very best in Singapore. David is has eagle eyes and is very detail minded. Has done a perfect setup for my bike. As to Paul, there is no hardsell and will offer you loads of advise. In fact, my frame purchase is a small deal, but he does not differentiate. Kudos to the team and i could see the sustained success of this shop with them around.
    Adrian Teo reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 9 December 2016 ·
  • Great shop, products, advice and mechanics. I bought the S3 and S5 here!
    Michael Tee reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 2 December 2016 ·
  • If there's ever a phrase like "one ring to rule them all" from the award winning Hollywood blockbuster "Lord of the Ring" trilogy, then I would like to borrow this same eponymous phrase from director Peter Jackson to describe Cervelo, in particular Bikes n Bites, for assembling this dangerously light & super fast S5. I have 3 other bikes - Cannondale CAAD 10, Orbea Onyx & Carrera Phibra - and they don't even come close to this awesome masterpiece of bike engineering. So take a bow David & kudos to Paul & Alicia, you guys thoroughly deserve this accolade! Great job, guys!
    Anuwar Ariffin reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 6 December 2016
  • Heartfelt thanks to Paul and his friendly, professional team for providing consistent extraordinary post sale service, which went as far as jumping on a plane to Jakarta one evening to help me fine tune my brand new P5 Cervelo, work through the night, only to catch the first flight back to Singapore in the morning. Always a pleasure visiting you all, and it has given me peace of mind knowing that I could always count on you if I ran into any mechanical snags.
    Jean-Lou Guillou reviewed Bikes n Bites – 5 star 28 November 2016 ·
  • Good n friendly staff willing to give a little helping hand

    Azman Hashim
  • Fantastic bike shop with excellent service as usual. Bought a P3 recently and couldn't be any happier. Thanks to Paul and his team for all the assistance and would definitely recommend anyone and everyone!
    Marvin Lee
  • For all the patience, excellent service, reasonable prices and good times shared here, I highly recommend this place after being given the short end of the stick at so many other places.
    Alwyn Loh
  • Overdue review of Paul n his staff, bought my R5 from him sometime in 09/14. Been back a few times to fix niggling issues (caused by me constantly changing parts lol) and they have always fixed the problems. Buying anything is easy, it's the after sales service that counts and BnB's tops that.
    James Shen Yang Ong
  • Thousond thanks to BikesnBites. I just got my dream bike yesterday and im so impressed for the services provided by the sophisticated gentlemen (Theo, Paul and crew members). Great bike shop that you should visit!!
    Wee Ming Chua Jason
  • I bought my first triathlon bike from Paul and Theo who helped me spec everything out and get the right fit. I've been back numerous times since with all sorts of queries and they've been able to help me every time.

    Lewis Garrad

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THANK YOU Bike N Bites, I do not have enough words to describe the excellent service and and business experience. THANK YOU PAUL and team, for executing the extra mile and making a difference in service. I will totally recommend you and will do business with you again. I have not even received my product yet and I am already a very satisfy customer. Your team has made this Ironman a very happy one. THANK YOU AGAIN.

MBA. Roy López Uribe

Twelve months ago, I cracked my second carbon frame and resolved to return to metal, which I figured would outlast my aging legs. After much searching, I decided to bite the bullet, empting my piggy bank, to buy the custom made-to-order Passoni Top Evolution. It was well worth the wait for the bike which was built in Italy. I heard Lance Armstrong worked at Passoni I wonder if he laid hands on my bike? I fitted the bike with Shimano’s Dura Ace Di2, and a smoother-than-toufu Gokiso wheelset, while the rest stock Passoni components. My first impression when I took delivery of the bike was how light and spritely it felt, and how clean were its lines. The weld marks had been cleverly sanded away giving the impression of a monocoque construction. Thanks to the custom made-to-measure geometry, the bike was a precise fit and gave me the most efficient riding posture. The “Evolution” geometry was plush making it ideal for long days on the saddle, but yet sufficiently stiff to transfer maximum power to the drivetrain – a boon for climbing. On my third month, I had a crash on a steep downhill section in Kyushu Japan, but thanks to its titanium body there was no damage to the frame. A carbon bike might not have been so lucky. I have now completed over 2000km on the bike, and I’m still in love with my Passoni Top Evolution. It’s hands-down the best bike that I have ever owned. Period.

Xentis Disc Wheel in Perth

Xentis Disc Wheel Review

So fair to say that when I first saw a photo of a prototype of Xentis Mark 2 disc I had to have one and put an order in with Paul to make sure when it came on the market I got one of the first ones off the production lines. Paul ensured I got my wish. I had visions of doing tri races and taking off minutes from my overall times as well as having one of the nicest looking rigs out there anchoring my P5.

Did the disc wheel live up to my expectations? In the training rides the bike flew and it was easy enough to hit 50 kph on the flat – holding that speed for more than a couple of km never a realistic option though – but hunkered down – knocking on 40 kph for an hour was becoming a reality.

Having completed a few tri races with the disc I can say I am edging closer to that 40 kph goal than ever before and just need the right course on the right day to do that (Olympic distance being the goal here). Is it faster than the 5 spoke Xentis Mark 2 rear I usual train and race on? Who knows! But it certainly makes me feel I have bought “marginal gains” and it looks the part too with pre race conversations being “all about the disc”.

The true value of the wheel and true test of the wheel came into its own at the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships this year where I was racing in the TT and the Road Race down-under in Perth. Most riders were doing one or the other race or if mad enough to do both races then they had took two bikes on hand.

For numerous reasons, including my P5 (6) isn’t UCI legal, I decided to take one road bike and two sets of wheels. Thus for the 19 .38 km TT race I used my Storck road bike with clip-on aero bars, an aero bottle (why not) and the Xentis set up seen here in the photos.

The TT race was held on Rottnest Island off Perth, and what a stunning scenic course it was. A loop of the island was on the cards with riders going off in 30 second intervals. The race briefing promised us winds from front, back and both sides. With winds forecasted for 24 kph it had the potential for an interesting time.

The bike simply flew and with it being a technical course, in the middle section, a road bike wasn’t too bad an option. I went out steady enough and built up the speed, caught two riders by half way then in the back end was caught by two other riders and managed to pace off one of them for the remainder of the race (keeping a legal distance as no drafting rules applied).

The bike was rock steady with any angle of wind and was dream to handle. The only limiting factor was me and maybe on a TT bike I would have been a tad quicker. That said with a FTP of 255W, I managed to do an average of 299W and at times was hitting 714W up some of the climbs, heart rate averaging out at 175 bpm…..and an average speed of 38.9 kph and a max of 59.3 kph giving me 18th overall out of 30 plus starters in my age group (first GB rider … well other guy was disqualified for cutting off the front part of his seat to meet the scrutineers’ measurements).

Overall I was very satisfied and considering lack of specific short distance TT training, carrying too much weight and being 56 years of age I have nothing to complain about and, on the day, could not have gone any faster or ridden better on the equipment I selected here.

Three days later with Xentis wheels off the bike, normal bottles affixed, no clip on aero bars and road racing wheels I tackled the 105 km road race. First 50 km was a dream, up at the front sheltering behind the Australian and NZ riders who were nicely pacing it and riding in the top 10.

Then we hit the hills and that extra weight came home to roost – I was spat out of the back of the lead pack, then spat out of the back of the follow group, then ditto the follow group of the follow group before settling in and coming home safely.

Overall, and to be fair, probably a bit tired from the TT effort and I think TT and Tri is where the focus needs to be for me unless I can dump 15 kgs of body weight. For sure the Xentis Mark 2 disc will be my selected Tri race wheel on anything but the Kona course, where disc wheels are banned.

One extra piece of kit that Paul and the team fitted was a Quarq power meter; it got the road bike over UCI limits on weight (was too light without it) and has proven to be another useful aid to training and racing that I highly recommend – especially as it has been 100% reliable. Loved the product so much I bought two, one for the road bike and one for the Tri bike. As always the team at BikesnBites looked after me like I was a pro and turned the bike around in record time.

Suplest Performance Tri Shoes

Thanks for recommending the Suplest Shoes, had a long ride yesterday and a short one today with no foot pain at all! Haven’t felt so happy in a long time!

Ben Tay

This is a short review on my new road bike. My Fondriest TFZero had a crack in the seat tube so I was looking for a replacement. What I was looking for:
1. Classic lines
2. Racing geometry
3. Good handling
4. Easy maintenance 
5. Value for money

I ended up with the new Ag2R team edition of the Focus Izalco Max. It had just won 2nd place at the TdF and looked really nice. Bikes N Bites Singapore offered me a great deal on the frame set while I was able to purchase a Shimano Ultegra group set for a very good price. So the Focus didn’t break my bank!
My impression after the first 1,000km:

The bike looks great. I am very happy about the bright paint job, getting a bit tired on matt black.
The handling is spot on. The front end with the (very slim) fork is super stiff and responsive. It feels a little shaky in the beginning but once you are used to it, the bike just follows you and is very good in cornering because it gives you so much control.
On the flat, the Focus is very fast and responsive.
Did I mention that this is one of the lightest frame sets available? It’s not a main criteria for me since I am a heavy rider, my frame is XL size, and I am definitely not going to win in the climbs; but for a smaller rider it will be very easy to get the bike below the UCI weight limit. If you care!

All the cables on the Izalco Max are routed externally. That’s not really following the current mainstream of total integration. But it makes for a very lightweight frame that is easy maintenance. So yes, you can actually change the brake cables yourself!

It’s a no nonsense, straight forward racing bike. Very pro! That’s what I like about it.

Thanks a lot to Bikes n Bites for the frame set and very friendly service. And congrats to Joshua Gabriel TanThe BikeSmith for doing a perfect build up!

Click here for the original article.

Hi mate

So, today was the first day that I really took the new P5 out and rode it in anger. Before this I have been on the P4 in the buildup to my race.

That is one INCREDIBLE piece of technology!

I really want to thank you and the team for your time and effort. I think you have a great business. I always feel at home in your store, although my wife has officially banned me from come in for a while…understandably J.

Hi Paul,

I would like to send in my review of my Focus Izalco Max disc.  Sorry I took a while because of recent biz travel.

I was somewhat skeptical of the adoption of disc road, especially a race bike.  Disc road generally being heavier, comfort setup, disc brakes reliability and noise.  I guess these are standard concerns to be an early adopter to road disc.  I was contemplating between Tarmac disc and Izalco disc.  Eventually I took the bite on Izalco because such a great value with semi Dura-ace setup in your shop.  Gosh, I think I made the best bike purchase of the year.  First ride immediately concluded the bike is indeed worthy labelled as disc bike of 2016.

The ride was plush and yet stiff at BB to experience instantaneous acceleration.  Comparing against my titanium bike, I think my butt likes Izalco Max more.  The disc brakes set new grounds in road braking.  The brake bite is just so modulated and effective.  I tried on a wet day at Mt Faber and the braking at downhill ride was so much more consistent and predictable than rim brakes.  Definitely it is going to be my wet day bike as default.  The good tire space will enable 28mm and that will make the ride more forgiving on poor roads.

While Izalco Max disc is claimed to be lightest disc road frame, I find the complete bike build is relatively decent weighted at 7.6kg (with enve bar).  There is definitely potential to lighten up more with a new set of carbon wheels.  To make this conclusion after having it for 2 months, it has upgraded to be my main road bike in all-weather of Singapore and no more butt aches for Round Island rides.   Now I need to scout for a good set of lighter carbon disc wheels.  😉


Busan 70.3 was a really tough race and I was very pleased to finish in 3rd place for my Age Group.

The swim was cut short due to poor visibility and rough seas.

The bike was a very difficult course, with seemingly never ending technical corners on wet and undulating roads. The P5 was magic on such a tough course and it enabled me to be among the leaders after the race. The bike was key to my race.

The run was flat, although very hot and hard, and I was fortunate to hold on and finish 3rd.

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Having gained some experience with the aero bar on my road bike, I decided to go for a TT bike and narrowed down my selection to the Cervelo after having done extensive research. That’s how I found my way to Paul’s shop.
I did read about the importance of bike fitting, but never thought it could make such a difference. I’ve been riding in a far from optimum position for nearly 10 years it turned out.
Paul gave me an irresistible deal for the P5, which I never dreamt of buying, then painstakingly went through with me a 50 min bike fitting process that put me in the best aero position while still feeling comfortable.
The result was unbelievable. I never thought riding a TT bike of this caliber with the perfect fit would instantly give me an average speed increase of 4-6 km an hour from about 39 to 42-45.
Its a fantastic feeling.
I’m really grateful I made this decision to go with Cervelo, I love my P5!
I really felt that Paul and his team was there to help me before the purchase and they are still there to help whenever I need something or bring my bike for servicing.
Thanks very much Paul! Its a pleasure to have met you guys!
Peter Matus

Shop Review by Mohd Syafei

@bikesnbites my friend @lolytap is interested in a P3. Im sure you will give her the best level of service like i got when i bought my Pitu (P2). The kind of service that makes 8 hours flight from Qatar so worth it. Cc. @a1z4l

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Shop Review by Greg Fisher

Happy Birthday indeed. But the thank-yous are really reserved for the great service no matter how “fiddly” or  burdensome the ask . I particularly appreciate the trouble you went to in order to find and get delivered  that tiny connector for my old R3 . In my experience with bike shops in Australia and the US this is “KNOCKOUT” service as most are only interested in trading you into their latest bike models.

Looking forward to reconnecting when back from the US (in mid 2017).

Greg Fisher

Cervelo R3

Thanks so much Paul, the TopForce rides well. Those Gokiso wheels are smmooooth! Very nice. Have a great weekend.


Bought my first road bike here – a Focus Cayo AL. A very good and highly recommended bike based on my first ride today – fast and nimble. Go and buy Focus road bikes at BikesNBites now.

Very helpful and got a great bike fitting service. Cycled today for 4 hours and did not even feel any sore back or neck pain due to the spot on bike fitting. Was cycling at Changi Coast Road like a real racer.

Many thanks Paul for the excellent service.

The ride was so much better than my previous bike and I enjoyed the ride so much more. I’m totally convinced that it’s a good decision after the ride. Will definitely put more miles on it! Thanks again!

Cervelo S2 Review by Aston Hooi

Dear Paul,

Well wishes for 2016!

Just thought that I’d share how my Cervelo S2 has helped me improve. The bike has been a dream to ride on ever since I took it for its first ride the week after I bought it. The way the bike feels on a smooth road is beyond smooth. When I took it to the hills, its light weight and aero profiles made me climb faster by nearly 10 minutes!  Needless to say on the descent it felt smooth on the corners –  the bike turns in and out of corners very well, almost as if it was tied to the apex of the road!

Just recently I got back from a 7 day training camp. The road where we rode on was in very bad condition. I’d expected the bike to give my poor derriere a painful beating, however that wasn’t the case. The ride was although harsher than other carbon frames I had ridden on, it was still more comfortable than my teammate’s *XXXXX – He claimed his *XXXXX felt like it amplified the road holes.

The best part of owning a Cervelo, was the “head turning effect” it has on everyone around it. Everywhere I went, there would be gasps and gawks at my bike. My cycling coach saw my new bike and actually admired it, sadly my friend and his new XXXXX was sadly ignored.

Attached are photos of me during the camp.

Aston Hooi

Editors note: We’ve voluntarily changed the names of the other brand with XXXXX so as to not discredit their products. 🙂


UCB Speedcage Review by Philip Sim


Just purchased a UCB speed cage for my S-Works Roubaix a week ago. It’s worked well, and has improved rolling speed from 30 to 35 kmh solo, and even up to 40 kmh whilst drafting. I’ve just started cycling about a year ago, and I’m amazed at the results from this upgrade.

Several friends are keen to get one after seeing the performance too.

Please keep me posted on such upgrades via your newsletter.

Thank you

Philip Sim

Zullo Vergine Review by Andrew Wan

This is my second Zullo.  Where my first Zullo was a Tour 91 with its classic lugged design, this time I went for the most advanced offering from Mr Zullo.  Let’s be clear, there may be decades of Italian bicycle building experience in the Vergine frame but there is nothing “old school” about its technology and performance.  It has that subtle ride that only stainless steel can offer but at the same time perfectly transmits every ounce of effort you put into the ride.  This is down to the quality of Mr Zullo’s craftsmanship and his frame design skills.

Mr Zullo was also kind enough to paint it with one of his signature schemes.  There is only one word to describe it, “sensational”!  One could spend hours just looking at its intricate detailing.

Paul was his usual patient self, fielding all of my various questions. His professionalism just adds to the overall experience of a custom build.

I am now a full convert to the “steel is real” family, no more carbon frames for me!

Shop Review by Reece

My experience with Bikes N Bites was superb! It was my first road bike and I was clueless which bike should i get, which groupset would be suitable etc of course there are definitely more area to consider. And finally, I decided on the Cervélo S3.

Paul did a very detailed bike fitting on the bike and it was more than accurate. It makes one comfortable and faster on the bike. Beyond any doubt, it’s worth every penny spent.
Items in the shop are top quality and also reasonably priced. Whenever there is something that is not available, Paul would offer to order it for me, and I am very thankful for his service.

I would like to thank Paul’s team member, David! Ever since I have gotten my bike, David took his time to answer my question from bikes to upgrades and riding tactic. He also make sure I don’t splurge mercilessly on marginal gain upgrades. Being to Bikes N Bites definitely isn’t some typical bike shop where you are ready to be butchered. Its more of a community where knowledge are shared and you won’t feel oblige to make any purchases. Lastly, David always share his experience and give advice before I make any purchases. Its generally important for me because I ride daily and my wear-out rate is really fast. And considering a speed junkie, it’s important to me which right stuff i purchase.

In overall, there is a wonderful team always ready to serve and also to provide professional advice, kudos to all!


Just purchase the Gokiso Road wheels and all I can say is that the wheels are fantastic. In the beginning when I was at Bike n Bites to buy my Dux Helm helmet, I was introduced to the Gokiso wheelsets. It’s very smooth when I spun the wheels. Well the price sort of scared me away at first. At almost $5k and the wait of a few months, it was really a bitter pill to swallow.

Well my chance came last week and was I lucky. Paul had a set coming in and the best is, it is not taken. Without much hesitation, I took it. On the collection day, just felt like a young kid all over. Excited on a new toy.

Yes it’s a good wheelset, but I was also worried that what happens if it did not reach my expectations? It will be a very painful experience. Nevertheless, after 2 days of bad weather, the opportunity finally came. Took the bike and off to the Seletar loop.

At the first few strokes on the crank, the difference can be felt. The bike was very eager to move off as compared to my previous wheelset. 1st test was the slope at Jln Kayu. Yes the slope still needs some strengthen to ride up, but it felt, smooth and I did not use too much energy as compared to the older wheel.

At the loop, the downs were faster and it rolls longer. At the climbs, able to maintain a better speed. Usually at the 1st climb, the speed would have been dropped from 35kmh to 25kmh at the top, this time it dropped to 31kmh. That is a 4kmh difference plus a gain in 6kmh over the old wheel!!! At the flat sections, hitting 43kmh was a breeze… and maintaining at 36kmh is much easier. After 2 hammer loops, it felt like I had just completed 1 loop! Don’t feel as tired as my previous 2 loops.

With an overall increase of 0.5kg I do expect a slower time and more energy usage, but not this time. It felt good and the timing maintained. I don’t feel as tired as before.

Yes the investment is big, but the satisfaction level is excellent. Truly worthy of its name.

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I cannot wait till the end of the feedback to say that \”it has been a wonderful experience\”.

I was there for my bike fit at 10am and Paul was really patient is explaining step by step on the whole process of the bike fit. It made me feel really confident that the bike would be a good fit even before we got started! That was a big plus for me.

The whole atmosphere was really friendly and at no time was Paul pushy about recommending me to purchase items or equipment that was not necessary. Actually, he deterred me from even changing my frame to the P5s which really built by trust in the professionalism of the team.

They think for the best of the customer.

I live in the East, but would have no qualms in travelling the extra mile to get my all my biking needs from Paul and his team.

Thanks Paul!

Just got my new MTN Qhubeka , S5 Di 2, – full package—- here in Singapore from Bike n Bites, great service and an absolute  pleasure dealing with them.

Let me just say that cycling has changed for me ! Even though I have only been riding for 2 years now.

What a bike ! super smooth, the handling is phenomenal and I have felt a significant difference in less output at higher speeds, big time.

I have only ever had an entry level bike before, never being a great bike handler and usually keep with the group but with a lot more effort than most. So my take was , what have I got to lose let’s get something that is top notch (saved up for 2 years) and took a leap after reading every review of every bike and pretty much a professional by now on bike facts,  eventually managed to get my hands on the MTN S5 version – the result is pure pleasure and I have only had it 5 days and rode 3 times. I might just start riding twice a day if I can !

This morning our little hill which we all have a little spurt turned out to be pure pleasure and so much easier than before , perhaps because I came from an entry level bike before (which climbed very well by the way) but who cares the difference for me was amazing. I used go around corners like an old granny at the best of times , hell, not now ! It felt so great, now I know what they mean after reading all those articles when they reflect on pushing the bike into the corners.

I feel great , can’t stop smiling and just loved the way it felt form the first ride ——took me a few kilometres to feel the change compared to my old bike and since then just been great. I have not had to change or adjust a single thing and Paul at Bike n Bites was spot on re bike fitting.

I was always anxious about purchasing something out of my league – but so glad I have and look forward to grow with it.

Simply – an awesome machine !

Passoni Top Force W Review by Kosit

Thank you.

Just love my bike.



I first met Paul during the bike and blade event and rode along-side with him on the first day of the event. During the ride, he was sharing with me how efficient and smooth the Gokiso hubs are. I was not convinces initially as I thought to myself that it is just another product with different marketing strategy. After the event, Paul even offered to lend me his own Gokiso wheel set in order for me to be convinced. I test rode it for 2 days and I was sold, it is indeed ultra smooth and efficient (higher average speed clocked). The after sales service was fantastic too, Paul and his crew David never fail to help solve whatever bike issues that you have.


Shop Review by Nic73_TGP on Togoparts

” Superb and reliable service “

Sent my Cervelo P2 for servicing in August. Previously there were problems with my gears and despite sending to a few LBS, the matter was not resolved till I sent to Bikes and Bites. The after service made my 2008 bike like brand new and my average speed also improves. The attitude of the staffs were excellent too! Very polite and service oriented. Will send my bikes to be service here only in future.

See the testimonial on Togoparts here.

Gokiso Climber 38mm Review by Ade. S

“Who is CRAZY enough to buy a Gokiso Wheelset.?”

That was in my mind when I heard about the brand Gokiso, in the beginning of the year by a cyclist friend. As a cyclist,  I like to buy new parts to upgrade my bicycle so I can go faster or ride longer distance. I bought many things including ceramic bearings, pulleys, bottom brackets, wheelsets and frames. Though they did give some improvement, but I only feel a tiny improvement. NOT ENOUGH I think.

So I went on to buy a Gokiso Climber 38mm from Paul Huang,  Bikes n Bites Singapore. After using it for a couple of weeks. The way the hub is built, makes my ride much more comfortable and faster. I can easily ride 100km without straining my legs. In one Strava segment, I managed to beat my personal record by 27 seconds! This is an outstanding result I thought. I am so amazed by the built of the Climber hub and I began to ask myself “What’s next after this venture..?”

Aaah yes… Of course… GOKISO super climber.

review by
Ade. S,

18 Oct 2015 edit: Ade sent us pics of his Passoni with Gokiso Super Climber!

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Boss, love the Speed Cage deep deep. Helped me to climb Mount Faber x2, Henderson Park and also Kent Ridge Park. It felt like I had an additional gear after my 28 😀


It’s a great bike. Super comfy ride, wheels are like a dream and she looks really pretty. Very glad that you guided me to the Passoni and the Gokisos.

GOKISO Wheelset Review by D. Leong


So should I buy or not? ……..
Having thought about it for about 3 months , I finally made up my mind to ” invest” in a pair of Gokiso road wheels. As I am a value conscious buyer, I settled for the cheapest end of the range.

So was it worth the investment?
Definitely… I used a tubular before and the feel is different.
On the first ride, I felt that it was a little bouncy as the tubular I had been using had a somewhat closer feel on the road. However, the roll on Gokiso was really impressive. I am not a strong rider so I tend to get dropped as I ride with a fast group. These Gokiso wheels help me to stay with the pack–the down hills and flats give me the second chance to catch up after I get dropped on the climbs.  On the flats I have hit a maximum speed of 47 km/hr— something I haven’t achieved before.

They also have a 10 year warranty on the hubs and a 1 year warranty on the rims.

So if you are looking for a fast set of wheels, you know where to get it………..

Shop and Bike Fit Review by Alex Chan

In all the experiences that I have had with Bikes n Bites, three aspects of Paul and his team have always stood out.

Expertise – Paul, David, Theo, Mickey and the rest of the Bikes n Bites team are experts in their field. They have had so much experience building and servicing bikes that the advice they give and the standards of workmanship that they hold themselves to are remarkable. For example, when I was collecting the Cervelo P2 I was fitted for, Paul was able to identify that I would need two additional 1mm washers to push out each pedal, so as to keep my knees aligned – at that time, I have to admit, I felt perplexed that a clean looking machine like that needed four measly washers to accomplish what seemed to be a jerry-rigged fix – yet, after months of riding almost every day, I have not had any pain in my knees or legs when riding the bike. I deem myself very fortunate to have been able to work with Paul and his team – looking back, their expertise has given me a bike ownership and riding experience that I would otherwise have taken many more months or years to get right.

Willingness to Share – Another reason why I believe that Paul and his team have allowed me to grow more quickly as a bike owner and rider is that they always always make time to talk to me and explain concepts, considerations and alternate options. They are never in a hurry to make a sale, and they have been immeasurably patient with me during those long days when I was deciding between options that could have caused a fair bit of buyer’s remorse if not properly chosen. They are a very warm bunch, and on more than one occasion I’ve been offered a share of the snacks that they happened to be enjoying – freeze-dried durian and some delicious kuehs are what I recall offhand.

Curation of Goods – I once asked Paul if there were any other items that I could possibly need for my bike that I would have to obtain from other specialist shops, other than at Bikes n Bikes – he thought about it for a few seconds before responding in the negative. For a while I wondered if that response was a business owner taking pride in the selection of goods he had chosen to bring in – but ever since I’ve got into riding, I’ve made it a point to visit every bicycle shop I get into the vicinity of and, I have to admit, Paul is right. The articles stocked at Bikes n Bites always seem to be the best that the market has to offer, and Paul regularly seeks out manufacturers to secure items that he believes will make a difference to the riding experience of his customers – this is a man who is passionate about bringing only the good stuff to the local market, and anyone who has had the pleasure of perusing the shelves at Bikes n Bites would agree. The inventory on display is constantly evolving and dropping by every once in a while is always a delight as new, clever items are stocked and ready.

Side Note: Biobike Fit – Oh yes, a lot has been said about the benefits of a bike fit, and under Paul’s conscientious guidance, two Biobike Fit sessions have given me great setups for both road and TT bikes. I always feel seamlessly connected with the bikes that have been fitted for me at Bikes n Bites – they fit like a glove, and I always feel that I am in a strong riding position – and whenever someone asks me if they should consider getting a new or second-hand bike, I always, unhesitatingly, recommend a bike fit with Paul as the first step to determining whether the geometry of the frame they had their sights on is suitable for their physiology in the first place. If not for speaking to Paul and scheduling a bike fit in those early days, and instead heading straight for that second-hand bike I wanted, I would probably have lost a few months trying to sort out my ride instead of enjoying my first few weeks as a cyclist.

Ok, I know it sounds like I cannot run out of good things to say about this place, but I stand by this review as a rider who has benefited immensely from the time and effort that this place has given to me, and also the potentially misplaced time and effort that this team has spared me from squandering. If you love cycling, this store and its staff will make you feel right at home. If you don’t already love cycling, Bikes n Bites is an awesome place to watch a passionate, inspiring, local business in action. Either way, I’ve found that a visit to Bikes n Bites has always been worth the trip! 🙂

As a newbie cyclist I was referred by a good friend to bikes n bites to get my 2nd hand 2007 trek madone fitted properly as it had been causing me some pain on long rides. I was really impressed with the treatment I got from Paul and the team, the fit was great and I was instantly pushing another 2-3km/h without any pain. Several months later when the cycling bug had taken a grip and I wanted to upgrade to a new bike, I had no reservation about speaking to the team at bikes n bites for advice. I was set on a cervelo s5 and I’d heard buying a new bike in Singapore was expensive and would be better off importing it from overseas, after some research I realized there wasn’t much in it and having the reassurance of the great aftercare offered by the team at bnb was well worth the extra few percent. Oh and the s5 is awesome by the way.