The Speed D8 knows where it's going and how to get there. Chase your victory with it's true value in performance and style, the Speed D8's stiff frame, rigid steering and comfy tires are uncompromising, even on the worst roads.
The Dahon’s simple and understated design. It’s not a bike to show off. It just looks neat, practical with a good attention to detail. It is relatively cheap, but without any obvious skimping on smaller details. The Dahon is good to ride. The 20” wheels make the ride a little twitchy compared to a normal road bike. We found it a little easier to ride than a Brompton, but there wasn’t much in it.
We like this bike a lot. It's a strong contender against any of the mid-range folding bikes on the market. It's like a budget Brompton, you get many of the features without the top tier price.
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