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    These bikes are COOL! (folders from the Nautica Expo)

    http://www.nauticexpo.com/boat-manuf...ike-19686.html

    Ok, that is the URL to the complete list of folding bikes. Gosh the Italians really have some nice models. Check out the Gianetti bikes ( www.lmdigianetti.it/bike.html ). They are making carbon fiber folding bikes that look really cool. Di Blasi has some good looking folders. They have developed a really neet and quick method of folding their bikes ( www.diblasi.it ). You should check out their folding tricycles. I never thought that anybody would be able to make an easily foldable tricycle, but they sure did it.

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    There's some nice detailing there to be sure. How light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittlePixel View Post
    There's some nice detailing there to be sure. How light?
    Same as the Strida 3. From a pop-up on that site:

    http://www.bikeforums.net./attachmen...1&d=1189414309

    The video is nice too, danielmramos.
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