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    Please help me identify this folding bike!!!

    Can anyone please tell me what brand/ model is the bike next to the birdy in this picture:

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    I have been searching for hours without a clue :/

    Many thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Estuche View Post
    Can anyone please tell me what brand/ model is the bike next to the birdy in this picture:

    006.jpg

    I have been searching for hours without a clue :/

    Many thanks!
    THIS should help ....

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    What happened to the gobike??? Looked a good bike.
    Bikes; dual drive Mezzo X2 bullbar previously owned brompton with mods. Also 3 birdies + downtube FS

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    great bike!

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkyte View Post
    What happened to the gobike??? Looked a good bike.
    I rode a gobike today, SUPER comfortable....rides WAY better than my brompton but the brompton folds up WAY smaller...going to buy the gobike and also keep the brompton...they are 2 different animals that's 4 sure!

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    The GoBike handled like a full sized suspended bike and folded almost the size of the Birdy. Somewhere on here is a thread showing both. Unfortunately I think it proved to be too expensive to sell for the numbers they could produce, and they may have run out of capital before they could sell in the numbers to be sustainable.

    Too bad, as it is very nice to ride. And built like a tank, lovely engineering.

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