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Old 09-07-08, 09:25 AM   #1
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Hello everyone...
I'm already registered to this forum...
My name is Sonny and I come from Indonesia
Jakarta is my city..

We have plenty of people who ride a bike because of the traffic jam especially on busy hour so I think using a bike is the best solution to avoid the traffic jam..
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Hello Sonny, I would imagine that Jakarta would be terrible for traffic in a motor vehicle ! Best to ride that bike .

What are you riding, by the way?


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Old 09-07-08, 10:04 AM   #3
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Hello Sonny, I would imagine that Jakarta would be terrible for traffic in a motor vehicle ! Best to ride that bike .

What are you riding, by the way?


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I have 2 bikes 1 is gary fisher bike that my father buy in 1994
and one is the local brand united. I've assembled that bike yesterday...
But I still want to have folding bike. If the weather is not good or rainy day you can fold that bike and bring it into bus...
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Folding bikes are very useful!

I may have to get one for myself one of these days .

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Old 09-07-08, 01:54 PM   #5
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I just picked up an old Sears Tote-Cycle. Not exactly a "folding bike" but it comes apart in the middle. The only down side to this bike is that it's quite heavy. If it were lighter it would be extremely useful.
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Yes the essence of folding bike is the simplicity and the weight I think..
and the folding bike is very useful if you were using multitransport you can ride it into bus stop or maybe train station.

After you ride it you can fold it and whoala you can bring it into your room in office
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