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    newbie- Dave in Philly
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    This folder- anyone heard of it?

    says it fits people up to 6'6" ! connections seem old style though-
    Lite Ride bikes

    http://www.goods-2-go.com/literide.html



    video of it in action also on the site

    what do you all think?
    Help me out guys- I know nothing about this stuff! Thank you for your patience-come again :)

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    Building a better Strida
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    i've seen this bike in action and spoke to the owner of the company. has some pretty heavy duty clamps and brackets for the folding joints. looks pretty decent, and yes it should fit pretty large riders since its 20" wheels and all. its not the most compact when folded but should be fine for the average ride.

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    newbie- Dave in Philly
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    hmm- ok- not (as you all may know-) my price range at the moment- thanks (:
    Help me out guys- I know nothing about this stuff! Thank you for your patience-come again :)

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    The Metropolis, UK
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    Saw the video of the owner on the website. Canada's answer to Yan Lynansky lol?

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    A big plus is the forward-leaning stempost. The Sette F1 has the same part by the looks of it.
    My folding bike photo essays www.dekter.net/

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