24 Aug '12, 8am

@JuriaTRM the links in the tweet wasn't right, here it is.

@JuriaTRM the links in the tweet wasn't right, here it is.

Singapore’s bicycle culture pales in comparison to Japan’s, Germany’s and Sweden’s . In Singapore, where segregated bike lanes are non-existent and cyclists are legally obligated to stay off pavements, bike cafes are an equally hard find. Still, the cyclist population is growing, and changes – we hope – will be in place soon. In the meantime, we’ll have to make do with what we have and drop in on cafés that prove to be more cyclist-friendly:

Full article: http://food.insing.com/feature/10-cafe-pit-stops-for-cycl...

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misstamchiak.com 24 Aug '12, 1am

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