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Old 02-13-14, 08:13 AM   #1
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In case anyone is interested, Greenzone Bikes has updated their website with the latest offerings.

http://www.greenzonebikes.com/folding-bicycles.html

Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in that company. I'm just a very satisfied customer.

I have owned their "Value Edition" model for well over a year now, and am very happy with it. It's my daily work commuter.

Bear in mind that the black "Value Edition" I ride has the same frame style as the Alloy Value Edition 2 pictured in the middle of the page, but it's frame is steel instead.

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Old 02-13-14, 02:22 PM   #2
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Holy Moly, fold up bikes for $169! Are they disposable, like a disposable cigarette lighter?
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Old 04-20-15, 02:42 PM   #3
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Holy Moly, fold up bikes for $169! Are they disposable, like a disposable cigarette lighter?
Yes, they are disposable... and I would be happy to recycle them for you. Just let me know when you want them picked up. I hate to see things going into landfills.

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Old 10-01-15, 04:48 PM   #4
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Yes, they are disposable... and I would be happy to recycle them for you. Just let me know when you want them picked up. I hate to see things going into landfills.
I just picked up a Greenzone Tandem bike for me and my wife for 499.00 to my door!!! incredible price! The bike doesn't pretend to be a 3000 dollars bike. It is a dual person tandem at the typical quality of a 250.00 to 325.00 single person bike. Entry level brakes, peddles, all aluminum components, shimano shifter and derailleur. Nice grips, nice seats, M&M coating paint job, chips easily. In fact it will arrive chipped in places. Decent but cheaper hubs and rims. Typical Kenda tires. For this price point you won't be disappointed. It features independent peddling, great for couples, it folds to make it smaller and easier to store and transport. I can't come near this price anywhere. People can complain but my response is have another company provide the same product at the same price and I'll buy there product. If your looking for a Tandem give them a look and put the money back in your wallet.
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Old 10-01-15, 07:50 PM   #5
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Holy Moly, fold up bikes for $169! Are they disposable, like a disposable cigarette lighter?
not really disposable but that tiny sucker for 169 says 27lbs so its using hi tensile steel or something. so you pretty much get what you pay for.

my 20 inch tern folder with a very heavy trolley rack and heavy mks removable pedals as well as heavy ergon grips total 29lbs but in a 20inch wheel format and alot of heavy add ons for daily use.
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