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Old 10-17-10, 01:49 PM
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A list of folding bicycles manufacturers

Can someone help me with making a list of folding bicycles manufacturers?

I'd like to find out as many as possible... A lot of companies are nowhere to be found in Greece.

Lemme start the list with a few, you can add yours later and thanks in advance for the input.

Dahon
Oyama
STRiDA
Brompton
Green Gear Cycling
Birdy
Montague
A-bike
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A ha ... check out Chop's TOP Folding bike pages ..
https://www.long-john.com/pagefoldlinks.htm
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Old 10-17-10, 04:33 PM
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Hey, thanks...
that is actually bigger than I need and a little bit hard to read through... I don't need like ALL the folding bicycle manufacturers that ever existed.

More like a list of the 20-30 biggest and most popular, and it's hard to find them in that website.
Thanks though...

Still in need of help however.

Adding one more :
Abio
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Old 10-18-10, 04:27 AM
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The folding cyclist has a list that is closer to what you need. Probably still more than you want, but it should be easier to narrow it down a bit more from the smaller list.

https://www.foldingcyclist.com/foldin...directory.html
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Originally Posted by Lalato View Post
The folding cyclist has a list that is closer to what you need.
Small note: that list's "Country of Origin" is really just the location of the corporate offices and therefore not necessarily where the bike are manufactured or even assembled. Some of their "manufacturers" actually just market rebranded versions of other companies bikes. NTTAWWT.
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Old 10-21-10, 03:49 PM
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or try https://foldsoc.co.uk/links.html
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there was a website that listed over a 100 folding bike manufacturers I would think many of them would have went out of business but many more than went into the folding bikes lately

my guess would be there are many more today

these new companies mainly based in china where they could be making folding bikes one second and the next making shoes or whatever is profitable

I know for a fact that both Moulton and Brompton have been around with almost 100 years between them combined and will probably be around the next couple of decades
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Old 10-25-10, 05:56 PM
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But Moulton bicycles aren't folding bicycles... they're just separable. No?
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