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I can't find any details on my particular Mini Folding Bike

Old 08-10-14, 02:44 PM
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I can't find any details on my particular Mini Folding Bike

Does anyone know anything about this bike. It seems to have a number on it that I think makes it a limited edition. Any information on this edition would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-11-14, 05:47 AM
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this looks like a generic rebranded typical folder from a chinese factory. And looking at the fram its not from Dahon which is one of the major manufacturers that would do builds for car companies. You will probably find no info on this bike but the parts are pretty standard. The neat thing they thought of i think is the derailleur bash guard on there since it's not a small neo's derailleur. Mini probably sold this awhile ago but they moved on to the 20 inch wheel models now with faster tires and even more add ons and a travel bag cover.

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Originally Posted by sidustech
Does anyone know anything about this bike. It seems to have a number on it that I think makes it a limited edition. Any information on this edition would be greatly appreciated.
Yes, this is a 16 inch mini folding bike. Here some more [??]16"mini cooper??,?mini?^^ (?1?) - **********?? - Mobile01
and an older tread about this bike https://www.bikeforums.net/folding-bi...ike-today.html
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Originally Posted by bike.gang.uk
Yes, this is a 16 inch mini folding bike. Here some more [??]16"mini cooper??,?mini?^^ (?1?) - **********?? - Mobile01
and an older tread about this bike https://www.bikeforums.net/folding-bi...ike-today.html
forget about the bike. the question is, how did they get the car inside the apartment?

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forget about the bike. the question is, how did they get the car inside the apartment?[/IMG]
Because it's MINI?
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Awesome. Thanks for the info.
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Old 08-15-14, 08:59 AM
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Hi All,

Rather than starting a whole new thread I thought I would add a couple of bikes to the question mark list. The first has no brand name or manufacturer on it at all. It is a folding electric, which looks similar to some other bikes, but upon closer inspection, seems to be an animal of it's own.

The second bike is called an "unique-bike" and the website and the phone number on the bike are no longer functional.
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