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Peanuts
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2011/04/04 23:33:58 (permalink)
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Folding bikes...

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post edited by Peanuts - 2011/04/15 21:44:11
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    jstarcarr
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    Re:Folding bikes... 2011/04/05 00:06:14 (permalink)
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    I had one was just like a normal mountain bike but very heavy as was steel 
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    Gruffy
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    Re:Folding bikes... 2011/04/05 00:32:11 (permalink)
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    Have a Brompton here. Cracking thing but for regular journeys of that length I'd be buying a fixed frame bike and a good lock and chaining the thing up outside (if space is an issue).
     
    You're not really saving a great deal of space with these things. They're really just folding down narrow enough to squeeze into a car boot. Even the Brompton takes up a decent amount of room when folded.
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    Re:Folding bikes... 2011/04/05 09:08:01 (permalink)
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    new to these forums, i'm a pretty keen cyclist - I've got one of these folding bikes;
    it doesn't look like a folding bike and the performance is pretty excellent. It's more of a hybrid mountain/road bike. don't think there's another folding bike with 26 inch wheels. It's called the Dahon Jack D7 - I pretty much recommend it to anyone esp if they're after performance
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