Gotta love page 7.
Gotta love page 7.
2008 Mezzo D9
2012 Giant Avail 2
Rumor was they made a folding version of #10. I would sell my soul just to rent a Pedersen for a day.
I have owned a Pedersen, which I sold to my friend, as it was a bit too big for me, trying to buy it back now, as I'd like to fit 20" wheels and try to convert it to a folder.
A to Z of Folding Bikes, Designers, Sellers, Accessories, Forums, Meetings, Publications
My bicycle site
My Microcar & alternate energy vehicle site.
Site for the Rock& Roll Tour Bus that I drive.
Chop! The mad Welshman, lost in the urban jungle somewhere between LLanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch and Vladivostock!
Glad to see folding bikes are getting the recognition they deserve
Would be nice to get a list of folding bikes that made it, here are a few that I know are there:
Strida (Mark Sanders)
Brompton (Andrew Ritchie / Brompton)
IF Mode (Pacific Cycles / Mark Sanders)
Birdy (Pacific Cycles / Riese und Müller)
Airnimal ( Airnimal / Pacific Cycles )
Inconnu (Unknown? / French )
Trussardi Paratrooper (Trussardi)
I love the leaf spring seatpost on the first bike.
May the Fold be with you
48 Rudge Whitworth Sports - 59 Schwinn Panther II - 68 26" Columbia Roadster - 79 Schwinn Spitfire 5
68 16" Graziella Tandem Folder - 73 Raleigh Twenty Folder - 89 16" Dahon Stainless Classic III Folder - 05 20" Dahon Jetstream P8 Full Suspension Folder - Dahon Mu XL Sport
- plus various bikes to flip
Jesper Solling, in Copenhagen has apparently been put out of business,
By one of his German distributors ,undercutting his costs, taking away his customers or something..
Jesper has an interesting 20" wheel version he shows ,where the chainstay
and BB are one piece, and the other tube pairs bolt to it. so a knock down.
I don't know if there is more than a prototype.. http://www.pedersenbicycle.dk/
"When man first set woman on two wheels with a pair of pedals, did he know, I wonder, that he had rent the veil of the harem in twain? A woman on a bicycle has all the world before her where to choose; she can go where she will, no man hindering." The Typewriter Girl, 1899.
"Every so often a bird gets up and flies some place it's drawn to. I don't suppose it could tell you why, but it does it anyway." Ian Hibell, 1934-2008