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post #5 of (permalink) Old Feb 26th, 2014, 6:59 am
ghenry22
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Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Singapore, , Singapore
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I'm in Singapore so not that far away. What type of bike are you bringing over? There are some really good workshops in Singapore for looking after ducati's but I guess that's a bit of a long haul for a service

I have a RS Taichi mesh jacket with hard armor, as soon as you're moving it's like wearing a tshirt but you still notice to when your sat still. About the best you can do for the climate.

I have alpine stars light summer gloves, can't remember the model but they let a little air through while still having robust padding (recently tested and they stood up really well!)

I have Kevlar reinforced jeans for long runs and rides up to Malaysia but otherwise just wear normal jeans commuting and what not. Singapore traffic is a bit more tame then KL.

I find Singapore prices for helmets and gear to be expensive and limited in choice, and you do need to look out for knock off kit as mentioned earlier.

I buy my gear either from Australia or the states online as even with freight prices are much cheaper and the range of brands and products far larger.

This is a nice corner of Asia to live in, might bump into you at the motogp at Sepang later in the year


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