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Having read all the feedback I'm completely put off this bike. Does any stowaway biker have a view about whether to go for Tern Link or Dahon please? 6 days ago
Hi, I have a stowaway and it suits my needs. It's not the best but for the money, I think it is good value. I found it straight forward to put together. I hope this has helped you,unless you want to spend more money.
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Hi I am 5,6, female and 14stone. I am currently losing weight and want to do a little bike riding. Is this suitable for me as a 1st time bike rider? 8 days ago
Myself it is very poor l would not bye this bike again l went to a bike shop for them to put it together there said it is not worth £50 hope this helps you Vincent
I am 5'2 and have an inside leg of around 29 inches. is this bike suitable? what size frame is it? 5 days ago
I am 5 ft and ride it comfortably.
how do you fold the stowable bike 7 Jun 2014
There's a latch underneath or at the bottom on the cross batch, you need to loosen the nuts on the latch the pull the clasp, it is quite still, the frame will then fold. As I recall the instructions are completely useless; it was a case of just paying about with it to learn.
This is a very sturdy bike idel for ladies no cross bar it depends on how much you want it to fold this one only folds in half the seat has a quick release for removal but unable to fold the handel bars do not fold away other than that a very boog bike
Is there a lot to put to gether when first getting this bike. also is there a carry bag that would fit this bike when folded down, From Liz, 7 May 2014
No there is no carry bag for the bike. It takes about an hour when you fist get it.
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