Okay so I’ve been a big fan of folding bicycles for a couple of years now, and they are very big in India and have ridden my fair share of bicycles. Yet, after having a couple of my cheaper models break on my I chose I required a really decent model that would last and that wouldn’t wind up costing me more cash not far off by ceaselessly breaking down.
I purchased the Dahon Vitesse D7HG folding bike and all I can say is WOW! The quality of this bicycle is amazing. Also the astuteness that went into creating this bicycle, I’m extremely pleased. The Dahon Vitesse accompanies gears that can be moved without pedaling which is a great feature. The gears are also sealed in a gear box so they wouldn’t pound down from earth getting on them or rust when you go over puddles and water gets all over your bicycle. The bicycle also accompanies an air pump that is covered up in the seat. This air pump has proves to be useful many times for me! Also the locking mechanism of the Dahon Vitesse bolts firmly with magnets, so I don’t have to stress over the bicycle coming fixed when I don’t want it to.
The main thing that disappointed me after getting the Vitesse is that I didn’t get one earlier. Yes, this folding bicycle is a tad bit more costly than a great deal of other folding bike out there however you get what you pay for. On the off chance that your keen on a bicycle that will last you quite a while and ride like a champ then you must pay somewhat more. There a ton of cheap bicycles out there all things considered its going to cost you more over the long haul because they don’t last, believe me I know. Compared to the Dahon Jetstream P8, I took to the Dahon Vitesse D7HG more easier. it’s a great bike. And on the off chance that you spending plan isn’t that high that you can afford the Vitesse, you might want to look at different models made by Dahon, it’s a great company that makes really amazing folding bicycles.
- Seven-speed urban utility bike–frame folds in under 15 seconds
- Folds to 11.3 by 31.2 by 25.7 inches; measures 26 pounds
- Dahon Ergo holds; Dahon Como saddle
- DuPont L3 lubricated movement cable
- Adjustable stem adapts to riders of all sizes from under five feet to more than six feet tall.