Challenge Folding City 6 Gear Bike - half price - £74.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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# Blue and silver steel frame.

# 6 speed Shimano twist grip gears.

# Front brake V-type.

# Rear brake V-type.

# Frame type Y-type.

# Mountain style tyres.

# Frame size 13in (33cm).

# Wheel size 20in (50.8cm).

# Suitable for leg measurement from 68 to 89cm.

# For ages 14 years and over.

# Unisex.

# Accessories; multi-spanner and hexagonal key.

# Some assembly required - fit front wheel, saddle, pedals, handlebars and align brakes (tools and instructions included).
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Ive been looking at this for ages it is a bargain but alas heavy and hard to fold up ive tried it such a shame but will do for a strong guy wanting a fold up bike
We have a fold up bike, it is heavy,hard to fold , bulky to store and IMHO dangerous to use on the roads. Do yourself a favour get a decent bike and carrier for your car.
COLD from me even at this price (which is half what we paid)
I got one of these last week.
Yes, it is heavy and yes, it is a pain to carry when folded as it tends to swing open.

However as an occasional or shopping bike it is very good value supplied with a carrier rack and a side stand.
It took me about an hour to assemble and the brakes are a bit fiddly to get adjusted.
best to avoid shame not lighter
I have a friend who bought one of these and I put it together for him. I would say that the bike would be fine for occasional use but I don’t think that it would last long if used regularly. My wife and I have a folding bike each and the Challenge folding bike is much heavier than either of them.

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