Everything tagged with folding

Blog post: Kansi 9twenty folding bike

Kansi 9twenty £749 Drivetrain: SRAM/Truvativ Brakes: Avid Wheels/tyres: 20in /CST Zeppelin www.fisheroutdoor.co.uk The Kansi is a sophisticated folder, strong enough for daily commuting use, and our test machine came with added mudgu...

Blog post: Dahon Mu P27 folding bike

Dahon Mu P27 Drivetrain: SRAM Dual Drive Brakes: in-house alloy Wheels/tyres: 20in/Dahon ‘Vuelta’ www.raleigh.co.uk The P27 is the latest addition to Dahon’s Mu range of 20in-wheeled folding bikes. It has the highest speci...

Blog post: KANSI 3Twenty 2010, £699, www.kansi.co.uk

  One of the first things you notice about the 3Twenty is its light weight; it tips the scales at just over 11kg, a sight less than many folders. Useful when you’re bombing around city streets, it also saves backache if you’re ...

Blog post: DAHON Mu Uno, £480, www.uk.dahon.com

Dahon is well known for its vast range of folders and in previous tests we've been impressed by their ultra-competitive pricing and spec, but felt the looks and build lagged behind the very best (like Birdie or Brompton). However, the Mu Uno ans...

Blog post: B’TWIN Hoptown, £250, www.decathlon.co.uk

Decathlon has been selling good-value kit in London for more than 10 years, and this is its 20in-wheel aluminium-framed folder. Although the bike sits at the budget end of the market, it still features seven Shimano derailleur gears and a p...

Blog post: MONTAGUE FIT, £999, www.montaguefoldingbike.co.uk

Many readers won’t know the Montague name, but this US company has been producing full-size folders since the late 80s. The company also makes Swiss Bikes, which are rugged all-mountain folders, while the FIT heads the marque’s commu...