A-BIKE FOLDING BIKES folding bikes a-bike

The A-bike is a type of folding bicycle invented by Sir Clive Sinclair in the United Kingdom and released on 12 July 2006. It weighs 5.5 kilograms and folds to 673016 cm, small enough to fit in a rucksack. Clive Sinclair envisioned the A-bike, and Alex Kalogroulis was the main design engineer.
a-bike review folding bikes a-bike Is the A-bike easy to ride?
YES. The use of a dynamically geared twin chain system enables users to pedal normally and retain their balance. The high performance 90psi pneumatic tyres allow for a smooth and comfortable ride on most hard surfaces. The size of the wheels is of course a key factor in making the bike so lightweight and compact.

Does the A-bike have a chain and gears?
YES. In fact the A-bike has 2 chains! The internal twin chain system is totally encased at the rear of the A-bike which has the benefit of keeping grease and dirt away from clothes and hands. The A-bike has a single gear transmission optimised for short journeys and easy use.

Is the A-bike easy to fold and unfold?
YES. The A-bike is designed to be folded and unfolded in under 10 seconds. It takes only a few minutes to learn how to do this with a simple step by step guide provided with the A-bike.

Is there a height or weight limit for using the A-bike?
YES. We recommend a minimum height of 4' 9` but the saddle height is easily adjustable to accomodate up to 6'3` We have set the maximum user weight to 85kgs/13st 5lbs to ensure optimum performance and routine safety, although the A-bike is fully tested to above this weight.

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