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Old 11-03-19, 02:04 AM
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Been a while since I swapped to the longer cables to let the bike fold properly (original installation did not cater for it and was to taunt when trying to fold), just no time to take some photos of the fold.







Despite the size of the bike, its really easy to fold.
Certainly easier and faster than my Bike Friday Pocket Rocket (Super Pro)
No dropped chains, no dirty hands.
There are enough Youtube videos out there on the folding which will be clearer than it being in words, please check those out if you are interested.

The only thing is that the folded bike is a bit broad.
Since the original intent of the bike is for straight bars, the road bars do interfere with the compactness of the fold a little.
I think this is expected and really common on any folding bike fitted with road bars.
As such, the solution is often to loosen up the stem-bar screws to place/remove the bar to a convenient position.
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