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Old October 20th 11, 10:46 PM posted to rec.bicycles.marketplace
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On Oct 9, 1:47*am, Tim McNamara wrote:
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*bobdobbs wrote:
I am a lifelong bike tourer contemplating buying a folding bike for
touring. Has anyone who has made the switch to a folding bike for
long- distance, self-contained touring had a positive experience? *My
criteria a (a) folds quickly and easily (b) low and variable
gearing (c) supports panniers - I carry all of my stuff, including
camping gear (d) riding experience (as close as possible to a
regular, non-folding bike, re touring.

Looking for recommendations. I've looked at Brompton, but it doesn;t
seem to be able to carry much and the gearing isn't really
appropriate for touring. I have a triple chain ring and probably
would want to get down to the low 20's for low gears.

Bike Friday.

Your time is limited. *Don't waste it living someone else's life.

Steve Jobs 1955-2011

yes, bike fridays. we have taken ours all over the world and love them
still. we use the fat tire versions for cobblestones etc and find them
fine for longer rides too.

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