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Q: Is it of practical use?
A: Yes. While trying to push as far as possible the portability of the
bike, it still rides in a comparable way to a normal bicycle.
has been proven by many years of testing that the bike is reliable and
it cam be used for everyday commuting purposes. However, you will
appreciate this bike depending a lot on where you live / commute. I in
your town the pavement is smooth and they do not allow bikes in the
subway or buses (even bagged), then you will find this bike practical.
Q: Can I ride over cobblestone pavement?
A: With the PU wheels it is possible but it doesn't make sense.
With the pneumatic wheels it rides fairly well over
also due to the front suspension soft tail layout that it has.
the cobblestone is coarse, as in the town of Rome for example, where ,
by the way, you can barely walk on it (see pic) , then you might want
to chose a different folding bicycle.
Q: What if I stuck the front wheel in a hole, since it is that small?
A: We have noticed that in case of stucking the front wheel there is
the tendency to fall on standing and walking (or running) away.
Simply you feet get pushed ahead of your upperbody and you
on them. Since it is front suspended getting the
wheel stucked is not that frequent, also with 110mm PU wheels.
Q: What about maintenance and spare parts?
A: Get in touch with us, we built all of this bike, we can fix it and
There are several portable bicycles. We try to list here most
By the way, there is no fixed way to consider a bicycle portable.
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