Managed to bag about a 60 km ride today on the new foldie. Hilly stuff as well. The bike was solid but around the 50 km mark I wished I was closer to home. Not used to the saddle, I guess.
Got one more uncommanded shift or what I thought was an uncommanded shift. What it was was the Dual Drive slipping and slipping right back where it was. Hopped off and sure enough the indicator was a hair off on the click box. Lined it up and end of problem.
Very impressed with the performance of the bike.
One additional observation. Standing up on the TT Pro and cranking uphill seems kind of awkward. Handles much much better from a seated position. Not really a crank uphill and climb like a maniac bike.
But the gearing is good to go for climbing. I hit one long steep ugly stretch and the bike came through with flying colors.
All my Dahons are fun and very practical bikes but this Speed TT Pro is a keeper. A fine fine machine and it JUST about could replace a road bike.
I got a lot of those "Look at that goofy dude" smiles today on the road, especially from road bikers. The one guy I passed wasn't smiling though.