Folding Bikes - LEV folder
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03-28-07, 11:15 PM
Saw another LEV folder here.. kinda looks nice.. probably heavy though !
Easy Link Folding Bike
No. of Type
Patent covers°G Taiwan, China, Japan, Germany, USA,
Spain, Italy, UK, Holland, France, etc.
More info here
03-28-07, 11:50 PM
what is "lev"?
03-29-07, 12:56 AM
light electric vehicle
Pretty cool. Folding bike designs are just getting better and better.
03-29-07, 10:29 PM
Pretty cool? What a TERRIBLE design for a bike!
The pedals must be for show, to get this electric motor scooter into a different "moped" like category. I say this because they're too far to the rear - how would you pedal it for any distance?
03-29-07, 11:24 PM
Yeah, you're right about the extreme rearward pedaling. I was really commenting about the folding.
These types of bikes are probably only meant for the city.
These types of bikes are probably only meant for the city.I think they are meant for making the designer/seller money. The designer only had the vaguest clue about what is a good bicycle. That thing looks terrible to ride.
03-30-07, 12:50 AM
If people are getting around on A-bikes, I don't see why that lev is worse.
(This is not to suggest I'd buy either of them. I'd use a scooter for such occasions.)
03-30-07, 09:28 PM
If people are getting around on A-bikes, I don't see why that lev is worse.Hah, does anyone get around on an A-Bike? Anybody on this forum have one or try to ride one for any distance? Another one of Sir Clive's bloopers.
03-31-07, 10:18 AM
Hah, does anyone get around on an A-Bike? Anybody onthis forum have one or try to ride one for any distance? Another one of Sir Clive's bloopers.
It's a shame to see how the mighty have fallen. I agree that the bike looks about as useful as poop on a stick. I'm willing to be proven wrong, just not at the cost of $400 of my own money. Anyone bringing one to the Folds-Up festival this year? I'll try it out, and eat my words if it turns out to be a great commuting tool.
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