Archive for January, 2012

Bike Checks: Pivot Mach 5 for sale!

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 Pivot Mach 5!
The Mach 5 have been build for awhile and used. Now is on for sale! Price at $4k everything on the bike, contact Yusri @ 90230067 for more information and deal!

Bike had been race shield too!

Read on..


Complete look of the bike!

Components List
Frame: 2011 Pivot Mach 5 Frame Small
Fork: 2012 Fox 32 Float RLC 140 FIT Kashima 15QR
Headset: Ritchey WCS sealed headset
Wheels: Hope Pro 2 hubs with ZTR Flow rims and Wheelsmith DB14 spokes
Tires: Kenda Nevegal 2.1 Front and Rear
Saddle: Transition Trail and Park Race
Bar: Race Face Next SL Carbon low rise Handlebar
Grip: Answer Rove DH lock on grips
Crank: Shimano XT Triple Crankset 175mm
Brake: Shimano XT Brakes
Rotor: Magura Storm SL, 160mm(front and rear)
Stem: Answer Rove AM stem, 31.8mm clamp diameter stem
Seatpost: Thomson Elite seatpost
Pedal: Answer Rove FR
Cassette: Shimano XT Cassette 11T – 34T
Shifters: Shimano XT 9 Sp
Rear derailleur: Shimano Shadow XT
Front derailleur: Shimano XT direct mount
Chain Guide Device: Nil
Chain: Shimano XT 9 speed

Stay tune for more upcoming new builds and bike checks!

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Happy Chinese New Year 2012

Dear Customers,

We would to take this opportunity to thank you for the support and wish you all a profitable and fruitful Dragon Year.

Tiong Hin will be closed after this Saturday, 21th Jan 2012.

We will be back in business on Friday, 27th Jan 2012.

Wishing everyone a Happy Chinese New Year… Huat arhhhhh!

Regards,
Tan Kiang Chen & Tiong Hin Crew

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Bike Checks: New Build on a Transition TR450!

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 Transition TR450!
Long awaited 2012 Transition TR450 has finally arrived! First build for this monster on the trial!

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

Read on..


Complete look of the finish build!


Upfront of the complete build monster!


The new 2012 TR450 decals along the down tube.


The new 2012 TR450 decals on the top tube.


Cockpit with Transition Temple Lite Direct Mount and Kore Torsion bar!


Wheelset on Transition Revolution 32 wheels.


2012 Fox 40 RC2 with Kashima coating for the front absorber.


2012 Fox DHX RC4 with Kashima coating.


Drive train with Shimano Saint crankset, E13 LG1+ chain guide.

Components List
Frame: 2012 Transition TR450 Medium
Fork: 2012 Fox 40 RC2 Black Kashima
Headset: FSA Gravity DH Flush sealed headset
Wheels: Transition Revolution 32 with 20 Front 150 Rear
Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 3C Front and Rear
Saddle: Transition Park N Ride Diamond Stitch Race
Bar: Kore Torsion 800x35mm Handlebar
Grip: Transition lock on grips
Crank: Shimano Saint M815 36t
Brake: Shimano Saint Brakes
Rotor: Shimano Saint 6 bolt Disc, 203mm(front and rear)
Stem: Transition Temple Lite Direct mount, 31.8mm clamp diameter stem
Seatpost: Thomson Elite seatpost
Pedal: Nil
Cassette: SRAM PG-950 11-26
Shifters: Shimano M810 Saint 9 Sp
Rear derailleur: Shimano M810 Saint SS
Front derailleur: Nil
Chain Guide Device: E13 LG1+
Chain: KMC X9.93

Stay tune for more upcoming new builds and bike checks!

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2012 Transition TR450 and Blindside are here!!!

2012 Transition TR450
The TR450 is a World Cup proven race bike that excels in a variety of conditions and inspires confidence from the first pedal stroke. The careful attention to rider position and frame geometry create perfect weight balance for improved stability and responsiveness. The TR450 has fully adjustable geometry to suit different rider preferences and course conditions; adjustments include bottom bracket height and head angle as well as chainstay length & wheelbase.

The neutral spring curve makes suspensions setup a breeze. No custom tunes necessary and plenty of room to adjust the suspension feel for rider preference. The TR450 suspension has a supple top stroke and good bottom-out control resulting in awesome traction and predictable handling on the trail. We made sure the TR450 was easy to setup and maintain, reliable and built to shred whether you’re riding a World Cup race track, Whistler Bike Park, or your local session trails.

2012 Transition Blindside
We call the Blindside a Big All Mountain bike designed to be a versatile big travel bike. With a front derailleur setup to get you to the summit and up to 190mm of adjustable rear travel so you can take on any downhill. The Blindside’s versatility is quite surprising as the bike can pedal extremely well, is nimble on singletrack and jumps and can eat up rough DH style trails. The suspension utilizes a large 2.75″ stroke shock for low leverage and features a slightly progressive leverage rate curve that gives excellent consistent leverage throughout the travel allowing the natural progressiveness of the shock to ramp up perfectly. The frames features our own custom formed tubeset with internal gussets and a slimmed down rear triangle with internal cable routing for a clean look.

Grab yours now at Tionghin!!!!!

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2012 Transition Bikes are here!!!!

2012 Transition TR250
The TR250 is the little brother to our world cup proven TR450. It’s not afraid to go fast in gnarly terrain, but the TR250 is a more nimble handling bike, with tighter geometry for a more playful feel on the trail. With settings for 180mm or 160mm of rear wheel travel, adjustable head angle and bottom bracket height as well as chainstay length, the TR250 is a truly versatile downhill bike. Designed with bike parks like Whistler in mind, this is the ultimate shuttle and lift bike for someone that cares more about styling jumps than split times. The TR250 build is spec’d with a single crown fork, but the frame is fully dual crown compatible. The size small also makes an excellent downhill race bike for shorter riders.

2012 Transition BottleRocket
We classify the BottleRocket as the original slopestyle bike that set the standard for a new generation of bikes. We didn’t realize this would become one of our most popular and versatile bikes that can handle almost any type of riding. Our customers use their BottleRockets for almost every type of riding and who can blame them. The bike is just at home in the air doing tricks as it is railing singletrack or shredding Whistler trails. The BottleRocket geometry created a revolution for a new style of bikes to come and to this day we haven’t changed the magic numbers that we feel achieved perfection. The combination of shorter chainstay lengths, lower BB and the perfect head angle all work together to create a ride that is one of our funnest bikes. Responsive in corners, easy to manual and bunny hop and complete stability in the air all add up to one of our most versatile geometries we have ever created. Our full length seattube with a gusset allows you to get the seat up when need to get to the top.

2012 Transition Covert
Raced by Andrea Bruno to win the 2010 and 2011 Italian Super Enduro championship; the Covert has been proven in the toughest Enduro races in Europe. If you would rather call it an “all mountain” bike, that is fine with us too, since we haven’t found a mountain yet that didn’t make us smile when riding a Covert. Designed to be the most versatile bike in our lineup, the Covert would be our choice if we could only have one bike.

New for 2012, the 12mm x 142mm dropouts increase the strength and stiffness of this well proven frame. But don’t worry, if you still have a 135mm wheelset that you can’t convert we have optional 10mm x 135mm dropouts as well. We now offer two different build kit options with either 1×10 or 2×10 drivetrains and two different travel adjust forks for even more options on this crowd favorite.

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London Bike Show on Pinkbike with Pivot Cycles!

Pivot’s new 5.7 Carbon has the same 145mm (5.7”) of travel as their aluminum version, but shaves roughly 200 grams thanks to the switch in frame material. Total frame weight sits at a claimed 5.2lbs. Tech notes include the bike’s tapered headtube and 12x142mm thru-axle rear, as well as some very nice frame protection in the form of molded rubber sections on the downtube and chainstay.

Video of the new Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon here!

Pivot was also showing off their Point chromoly steel hardtail, a super clean looking bike that features a tapered headtube and interchangeable dropouts that allow you to fit a number of different axle options. It’s shown with a single speed setup.

Available soon at Tionghin! So stay tune for the update on arrival!!

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MRP Lopes SL Chainguide picked at Pinkbike!!

MRP Lopes SL Chainguide

Brian Lopes’ signature chainguide by MRP is about as basic as you can get. It fits ISCG-05 bottom bracket tabs and works with a single chainring. The boomerang is laser etched with graduations that allow users to set up the upper and lower guides for each available chainring size. This takes the guess work out of mounting up the system. Long and short bolts, and a number of washers are included so your guide will fit any bike and MRP’s instructions are clear and concise. MRP’s Lopes SL chainguide costs around $135 USD. MRP


As simple as it gets, the MRP Lopes SL chainguide is easily assembled using guide references for various chainring sizes. The finished product is strong enough for hard driving downhills as long as you are willing to run without a bash ring to protect your sprocket. Lightweight and simple is what the Lopes SL guide is about.

Pinkbike’s Take:
If there was ever a no-worries single-ring chainguide, this is the one. The MRP Lopes guide does not have a bash guard, as it is intended for Super-D and aggressive trail applications where a rider may want the simplicity of a single chainring without the worry of derailing a chain. In this respect, the MRP guide does a wonderful job. Its lower guide employs a sprocket-type roller, which will make noise in the extreme right or left cassette gears, but it is acceptably quiet for XC/trail applications and doesn’t feel draggy like many roller guides do. If you like simple and durable, MRP’s single-ring Lopes chainguide will do just fine. – RC

Grab yours today at Tionghin!

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