Category Archives for "Folding Bikes Reviews"

Emoto Ridge 3.0 Folding Bike Review 2018

The Emoto Ridge 3.0 folding mountain bike is a motor assisted bicycle that is capable of maintaining 16 MPH with little assistance. The price tag is quite expensive but you are getting state of the art riding equipment that is capable of riding in normal conditions and off road too. With all the features of the Emoto Ridge, you will be well on your way to a truly amazing riding experience whether on the streets or off road.

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Dahon Jack D7 Review 2018

The Dahon Jack 7 folding bike is the perfect bike for riding to and from work while being portable enough to keep it at your desk. The bike folds quickly into a compact size enabling you to keep your bike with you on the train, the bus or at your workstation. Unlike many of the folding bikes on the market today, the Jack is rugged and you can take it to the next level and drive over just about anything in your path.

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Tern Link P9 Folding Bike Review 2018

Fitness experts are in total agreement that cycling is one of the most effective ways to stay in shape. The problem is that it can also be impractical, especially if you are someone that has to travel a lot for work and are on the road regularly. Sure, you can try and find hotels that have a gym where you can get on a stationary bike, but if you are spending a large chunk of your day cooped up in a car, then you may appreciate a little fresh air. You could go to the added expense of adding a bike rack of some sort to your car or you could go one step better and purchase a folding bike that can easily be taken wherever you go.

A great example of a quality folding bike is the Tern Link P9, which has been designed for practicality, comfort, and perhaps most of all, speed. You can’t start a Tern Link P9 review without first addressing one of the major concerns that people have had in the past with folding bikes in general. The feeling has always been that the frames tend to be somewhat flexible and unreliable, but the Tern Link P9 folding bicycle uses Double Truss technology that adds a level of support not found in other folding bikes, and also increases the amount of power delivered from the rear to front wheel.

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Dahon Curve D3 Folding Bicycle Review 2018

The Dahon Curve D3 folding bike is a 3 speed bicycle that is perfect for off road or a commute to work in town. The Curve D3 is a smaller folding bike, that allows you the ability to accelerate much faster than it’s larger counterparts, however the smaller wheels do take some getting used to because the larger tires do absorb a lot of the roads imperfections. It is a trade off that is not that big of a deal when you see all the benefits of the Dahon Curve.

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Shimano 20″ Metallic Folding Bike Review 2018

The Shimano Metallic Alloy Folding Bike is the newest addition to the folding bike family. With four colors available, blue, silver, red and black, you will look stylish on this one of a kind folding bike. When purchasing the bike online, it does come about 90% assembled, the front wheel is not attached to the bike at delivery. With the unique design of the 20″ Shimano folding bike, you can assemble that front wheel in less than 5 minutes with little or no trouble.

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Montague Crosstown Folding Bicycle Review 2018

The Montague Crosstown 7 Speed folding bike is a wonderful bike to use for commuting in town or traveling short distances back and forth to work. The Crosstown is unique in that its a full sized folding bicycle that comes with seven speeds, which allow you to adjust riding speed to the conditions of the road. You can fold the bike down, carry it to your cubical, or carry it down to your car with little or no effort at all.

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Mobic Bikes 415A Review 2018

Mobic Bikes is a relative new comer to the biking scene, but what they lack in maturity they more than makeup for in quality and price. The Mobic 415A folding bike is the perfect bike for commuters due to the all aluminum lightweight frame, which makes unfolding the bike in under 15 seconds super easy. The bike is small enough to fold and carry on the subway, a bus, a train or even to store in the trunk of your car. The design of the bike allows the rider to quickly dismount, fold, and get on with your travel plans. The Mobic 415A is part of a newer class of designed folding bikes which are both extremely light-weight and comfortable. The riders comfort was definitely a top priority when the company went to the drawing board.  Mobic’s momentum has been accelerating of late as they increase their market share at the expense of the best folding bikes manufacturers.

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Dahon D7 Tangerine Speed Folding Bike Review 2018

The Dahon D7 folding bike is one of the best selling models of this style of bike. The D7 received the coveted Business Week’s Best Value Folder Award for its amazing features. This folding bike is extremely light-weight and so easy to carry that many bike enthusiasts are finding difficulties finding any flaws with this bicycle. Because the bike can fold to an incredible 13″ x 25″ x 32″, you can store it virtually anywhere.

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Dahon Speed Uno Folding Bike Review 2018

The Dahon Speed Uno folding bike is the latest series from Dahon and is becoming one of the more widely popular folding bikes on today’s market. The growing amount of popularity with bikers in the city, has made many builders, Dahon included, to make their bikes more affordable to the general public. The most noticeable change in this particular folding bike is the weight, at just under 24 pounds, the Speed Uno is by far one of the lightest that they make.

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Ferrari 7 Speed Folding Bike Review 2018

The Ferrari 7 Speed folding bicycle raises the bar on the traditional entry level folding bikes on the market. When you mention the name Ferrari, you immediately are drawn to the companies philosophy of cutting edge technology and performance racing history. The name Ferrari is no longer limiting itself to high end sports cars, you can now see the Ferrari name on pens, clothing, sunglasses, and now high end bicycles. You can expect only the top of the line technology going into a folding bike, and the Ferrari Speed 7 delivers on all points.

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