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So you want to ride a bike everywhere but there are just times when clunking around even the lightest bike just isn't going to work out.

What do you do? Walk? You didn't get into cycling so you could be a pedestrian and you sure as hell didn't get into it to drive somewhere (Kidding. Love you car. Please don't break down.). You got into cycling so you could travel and see the world from a different perspective. At least that's how it started. Now it's an obsession you can't let go of losing friends, family, and other loved ones due to your need to spin. Kidding, I hope that's not happening.

Today we're going to take a look at some folding bikes. What are the advantages? You can take it with you. Disadvantages? You're bound to your bike, but then that was going to happen anyways right? Although not traditionally made to go long distances and more popular in countries not the US you can take these bendable bikes on serious commutes.

I present to you, the fine folks of the folding bikes shared with us by members the world over.


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citizen folding bike


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98 Dahon Mariner

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Citizen Tokyo

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2010 Dahon Vitesse


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1986 Dahon


That's it for today's featured bikes. If you would like to see your bike featured in future articles please be sure to add them to our cycle registry!

From everyone at TwoSpoke we wish you Happy Spinning!

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