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    Moof bicycles



    http://www.moofcycles.com/

    Dutch, and at first glance interesting.

    Figured i'd post it, but tbh this forum's members are the last opinions i'd like to hear about it.


    Didn't know who else to share it with...
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    Looks really neat, I assume it has a coaster brake? And is there a built-in light at the end of that toptube?

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    Figured i'd post it, but tbh this forum's members are the last opinions i'd like to hear about it.
    So far my opinion of it isn't too positive, so I can see why you'd say that. I like the fact that there is an integrated solar powered light. Why is it so expensive for what you get? Is it also manufactured in Amsterdam?

    edit: The top tube looks redundant. Does this make it stronger?

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    I like the thought behind it more than I like the implementation. We will see more and more bikes like this come into the marketplace in the US and EU and that is a good thing.
    I'm not one for fawning over bicycles, but I do believe that our bikes communicate with us, and what this bike is saying is, "You're an idiot." BikeSnobNYC

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