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Old 11-21-2007, 04:53 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by HomerSimpson
Mmmm Moulton (drool]
Helpful links:
The Folding Society
Folding Bikes - Bike Forums
Kent's Bike Blog: Dahon Curve D3 -- Folding and Luggage
(this last from what I consider a pretty interesting guy. He once did a mountain bike race from Canada to Mexico on a single speed. Also has done some long rides on a Friday.)

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Old 11-21-2007, 08:28 AM   #30
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I have a Ritchey BreakAway road bike. I bought it to take on the airplane for a trip to Europe. It's a unique concept but similar to the S&S coupler solution in that it allows a standard geometry bike to be broken down into parts that fit in an airline legal (no oversize surcharge) suitcase.

The pros, it is a great riding bike that weighs in at around 18 pounds for a large frame and Ultegra level components. The cons, it takes a little longer to assemble and disassemble than a folder. Honestly if your not trying to pack it for airline travel the whole procedure can be done in 10-15 minutes. The claims on the website of doing it in 5 are probably true if you work on a NASCAR pit crew


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