Folding bikes

Bicycles for campers, rvers, or just riding around where ever you are

Postby mdvaden » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:06 pm

With a truck, I could easily get a mountain bike, but am considering a used Dahon. There were a half dozen for sale on Craiglist here last summer all at the same time.

Also, I want to see about injecting the tires to make them flat free. I know tires come pre-made like that for bikes, but I'm not sure about the size for a folding bike.

I've gone to flat free tires on my wheelbarrrows and handtrucks.

Figured it would be worth it for a bicycle too.

My use would mainly be Howland Hill Rd in Jedediah Smith redwoods: the old wagon dirt gravel road. And the paved parkway in Prairie Creek redwoods, and the paved Bald Hills Rd. above Redwood National Park. Avenue of the Giants too.
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Postby Noob » Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:00 pm

No one mentioned the sub 200 $ ( single speed w/ coaster brake. ) dahon boardwalk from one of the largest mailorder co. that now has *some* "big box" stores. ( performance )


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Bend the knees, watch the trees, 5$ please.
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Postby sid » Sat Feb 06, 2010 1:36 pm

We recently bought two Downtube Novas. They are built on an aluminum Dahon frame and the quality seems excellent. 24 lbs. I was worried they would seem like a toy or circus bike, but they are great to ride.

Here is the website, but he also sells them on eBay and we got a much better deal by buying them there.


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