Well - I haven't bought it yet - I want to take it for a ride firstEuan wrote:Paging Jur, paging Jur....
IMO foldie's the way to go if you're a PT user. The trains just can't accomodate bicycles in peak hour and who wants to leave their bike at a train station?
Two reasons I haven't gotten one yet (well three).
1, I use the train maybe a couple of times a month. That's a lot of money to pay for a bike that's only getting a couple of outings a month.
2. If I had one I'd probably use the train more than a couple of times a month which would cost even more money.
3. If I do get one I want' to get a Brompton :p
Nice ride Dale, hope you get lots of versatile mutl-modal use out of it.
Snuffy wrote:haha... dale on a clown bike...
They're an interesting ride... the wheel size will mess you up totally when you do ratio calculations....
On a side note, if you're looking at a folder, my boss might be selling a Brompton... can ask about it if you're properly interested....
Oz wrote:Go on Dale...do it. Join the NRR on one of these and show the world what it really means to be Team HAF
roshea wrote:There are LOTS of web sites about folding bikes, particularly from UK people for some reason -
I had something like that in mind - Even though it has little wheels, withthe dual suspension and the width of the tyres it looks built to tackle anything.Oz wrote:Ahhh better still why don't you do the upcoming Warby ride on one
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