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This place looks very familiar for sure. I wondered if I’ve came to this shop during my BMX days? Hmmm…. after contributing 81yrs to our bicycle industry, they’ve decided to call an end.


Song Seng Chan Bicycle Shop, which has been selling and fixing bicycles for over 80 years, is closing its doors for good at the end of June.

The old Joo Chiat shop is run by the Loh family, all over 60 years of age. It’s time, they say, to retire.

The family patriarch, Loh Jin Hwee came from China when he was 8 and opened the shop in 1932 when he was 19. He had 5 sons and 5 daughters. Three of his sons and two of his daughters continued to operate the shop but this year they are calling it quits.

They have already stopped servicing bikes but continue to carry out bike repairs and sales.

Thanks for the years. Wishing the Lohs all the best.

Chop Song Seng Chan
436 Joo Chiat Road
6344 0690

Article from: SG Cyclists – The inclusive cycling community

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