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Dahon Curl i8
CURL i8 features three-point folding in a hydroformed Dalloy frame with oversized rectangular tubes, as well as a rear wheel flip-fold. Double down-tubes approach a front triangle and the V-shaped coupling between the front and rear triangles turns the bike into a hard-tail. The bike also features strong removable pedals and a roller rack for easy wheeling when folded. A telescopic handlebar post and seat post allow for ergonomic adjustment for riders up to 190 cm and 150cm.
Dahon Launch D8
- FRAME: Launch Dalloy, Jaw-Clamp forged hinge Deltecframe stiffening and cable guide, 250 lbs max weight - FORK: Dahon black crmo, 100 mm OLD - HANDLEBAR: 6061 Double butted alloy,580 mm Wide w/ 9 Degree Ergo Sweep, 25.4 mm -RIMS: 20" 405 dia, DAHON, Semi Aero, Double Wall, black, for disc brake only - TIRES: Schwalbe Road Cruiser, Green Compound, K3 Guard, 20 x 1.75, 47-405, 45-70 psi
Dahon Mariner i7
Gear: Nexus 7-speed (internal, no derailleur) Colour: Shadow Black or Cream Size folded: H:66 x L:79 x W:35 cm. Frame: Aluminum Handlepost: Matt black, adjustable Seatpost: Matt black, aluminum ?33,9x580mm, w/clamp Tires: Schwalbe Citizen 20"x1.75 w/K-guard & reflection Crankset: Prowheel, 46T w/chainguard ring Brakes: Tektro 857AL V-Brake front & rear Brake levers: Tektro CL530TS Shifter: Shimano Nexus 7-speed Revo Grips: Velo VL-519 ergonomic, Kraton rubber Chain: KMC Anti-rust Fenders: 20" PVC with spoiler, black Saddle: Ergonomic 3049DRN Front hub: KT 74mm Rear hub: Shimano Nexus 7-speed, freewheel
Dahon Mu D9
Incredibly versatile with value, the Mu D9 is without doubt a DAHON celebrity. A champion when it comes to long weekend rides through Tuscany or Vermont and a head-turner across Berlin and New York, the Mu D9 easily qualifies for our DAHON Hall of Fame. - FRAME Dalloy Sonus Aluminum Tubeset ,Lattice Forged Hinge and V-Clamp Technology - FORK Lightweight and Responsive Dalloy Aluminum, w/ Integrated Crown - HANDLEPOST Forged Alloy Radius Telescope w/ Fusion Technology, Adjustable - DRIVETRAIN SRAM X5 Medium Cage - WHEELS 20" Lightweight Aluminum Double Wall w/ CNC and Schwalbe MARATHON 20" x 1.5" - BRAKES DAHON Custom V-brakes, Stainless Link, anchor and pivot bolts
Dahon Speed D9
The Speed D9 knows where it’s going and how to get there. Chase your victory with its true value in performance and style, the Speed D9’s stiff frame rigid steering and comfy tires are uncompromising, even on the worst roads. - FRAME Lightweight 4130 Cro Mo, Lattice Forged Hinge, w/ ViseGrip Technology - FORK Smooth Riding and Stable Hi-Ten Steel Blades and Steerer - HANDLEPOST Forged Alloy Radius Telescope w/ Fusion Technology, Adjustable - DRIVETRAIN 9-speed Sram X5 rear Derailleur and twist shifter - WHEELS Lightweight Aluminum Double Wall w/ 20 Hole front and 28 Hole rear Hub - BRAKES DAHON Custom V-brakes,Stainless Link,anchor and pivot bolts
Dahon Vitesse i7
$799.00 $889.00 10% Off
Free Shipping Dahon's Vitesse i7 is the perfect ride whether you're headed to work, the grocery store, or a friend's house. It begins with the tough aluminum frame and fork that's ready for daily outings. Next up is the reliable, low-maintenance Shimano Nexus 7-speed internally geared rear hub that delivers a wide range of hill-conquering gears. You'll roll with confidence, too, since the durable wheels and tires can handle the roughest pavement. GENERAL INFORMATION Weight 11.9 kg (26.2 lbs) Frame: Lightweight Dalloy Sonus Tubeset, Forged Lattice Hinge w/ Vicegrip Technology Fork: Smooth Riding and Stable Hi-Ten Steel Blades and Steerer Handlepost: DAHON Forged Aluminum Radius-V Handlepost Drivetrain: 7-Speed Shimano Nexus Internal Gear Hub, Revo Twist Shifter Wheels: 20" Aluminum Rims with 20 Hole Alloy Front and Shimano 32 Hole Nexus 7 Rear Brakes: Winzip Smooth and Powerful 110mm V-Brakes
Dahon Briza D8 Frost
With a low-step through frame, larger 24” wheels and inspired by the famous bikes of Amsterdam, the full-size Briza D8 is easy to fold and serves up all the versatility only DAHON can offer. No more aching feet, bus fares or restricting schedules, see the city at your own pace. When you’re done, simply fold the bike away.
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