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Old 11-15-13, 12:17 PM   #1
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HASA folding bike

Has anyone ridden one of these HASA bikes? I'm trying to find something under $300 and am thinking that this might be a good value. My other option is a used Raleigh Twenty for around $250. Also I've seen used Dahon Boardwalk and Yeah bikes for around $200. I want something solid, dependable, and fun to ride aggressively. Any advice on pros and cons of these choices would be much appreciated.
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... I want something solid, dependable, and fun to ride aggressively. Any advice on pros and cons of these choices would be much appreciated.
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Chicago area. I'll pretty much ride in anything from 0-100 degrees F. Mostly flat terrain. Not opposed to single speed. The Dahon Uno is tempting but more $ than I'd like to pay and I'm not a fan of the coaster brake.
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