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Old 07-03-10, 12:25 PM   #1
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2010 Dahon Boardwalk Pedaling Efficiency

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Any of you own a single speed Dahon Boardwalk? How does it pedal? Does it feel that it freewheels well or is it sluggish?

I know there is a degree of subjectivity in answering those questions but I'd like to get a general concensus of how efficient the single speed drivetrain of that bike is.

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Now maybe we can keep politics at a minimum and get straight answers to my original post.
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Mine is a 2005, but it seems to pedal and freewheel fairly well. Flex in the handlebars/stem riser is the most noticeable problem.

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Nice little bike for the price. I had my own 2003 model since it was new. It served me well in that department.
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Flex in the handlebars/stem riser is the most noticeable problem.

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Hey thanks for your insight! Do you think that Dahon has improved the stiffness of the handle post for the newest model?
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