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Greenzone 20" folding bike?

Old 04-13-10, 08:40 PM
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Greenzone 20" folding bike?

I've done a search and nothing's come up on this bike. I know it's all over ebay, but I was wondering if anyone's had any experience with it. Looks pretty solid; is it comparable to a citizen bike, or a downtube? Ofr whatever reason, I really want one that I can throw road bike-type drop bars on the stem, or bullhorn handlebars (I just want to be able to replace the handlebars). Can anyone recommend another folding bike that can set up in a road bike-type geometry?
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Swift & Bike Friday (including the tikit), plus Airnimal and Pacific Reach to name two more. None are "budget" folders.
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I've looked at those Greenzone bikes recently on eBay, and their website. The 7 speed steel model seems to use the type of stem in which you could switch to drop or bullhorn type handlebars. Also, the geometry seems similar to the Bikefriday or some of the Dahon models. I could be wrong, but look at it closely. Otherwise, you might want to take a look at the makes that the other poster mentioned.
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