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Old 09-17-13, 03:26 PM   #1
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Tern link C7 vs Link D8 vs Dahon. What to buy?

Thinking to get tern Link D8, but some users having some handlebar and chain slipping issues? Is it any better than C7? So far didnt hear anything about C7 and its 50 cheaper than D8.

D8 has 8 gear, how does that compare with c7 on flat and some hilly roads?

Is there any dahon alternative in the same range?
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Thinking to get tern Link D8, but some users having some handlebar and chain slipping issues? Is it any better than C7? So far didnt hear anything about C7 and its 50 cheaper than D8.

D8 has 8 gear, how does that compare with c7 on flat and some hilly roads?

Is there any dahon alternative in the same range?
I can't make a comparison, but I had a good look and test ride of the C7. Rides nice and shifts smoothly. I personally think its one great bike for the money. Read this owners review of the bike.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...7-folding-bike

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