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Ford C-Max, 20in Folding Bike, Unisex, £189.97 halfords

£189.97 @ Halfords
The Ford C-Max 20in wheel folding bike comes with a hinged steel frame and a reliable componentry package for great style and function at a super price. The compact design has a folding frame, folding… Read More
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The Ford C-Max 20in wheel folding bike comes with a hinged steel frame and a reliable componentry package for great style and function at a super price. The compact design has a folding frame, folding handlebar and a right hand side folding pedal, so great for storing and transporting. The C-Max folder is equipped with 6 speed Shimano Revoshift for quick, sharp and simple shifting on the move.

Frame: 20in folding frame with 13in seat tubeForks: Hi-ten steel 20in forkBrakes: Alloy V brakes with 3 finger levers
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Funny looking Ford C-Max??
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I tested this bike in the summer - reasonable enough but I decided against it in the end. It was from a local dealer and was called the dahon c-max, although the retail price was £250 so 25% more than this.
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tomwatts
I tested this bike in the summer - reasonable enough but I decided against it in the end. It was from a local dealer and was called the dahon c-max, although the retail price was £250 so 25% more than this.

I'm surprised Halfords didn't mention the Dahon connection in the product listing, as that would give this bike much greater perceived value.

They're obviously lower quality than Dahon's mainstream range though- they're heavy due to being made of steel.
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tomwatts
Muig1972
tomwatts
I tested this bike in the summer - reasonable enough but I decided against it in the end. It was from a local dealer and was called the dahon c-max, although the retail price was £250 so 25% more than this.
I'm surprised Halfords didn't mention the Dahon connection in the product listing, as that would give this bike much greater perceived value.
They're obviously lower quality than Dahon's mainstream range though- they're heavy due to being made of steel.
Went with a non-folding one from Decathlon in the end - I must say that I rarely ride it anymore though, the wife does and she couldn't care less about the quality of bike she uses!!!

https://2static4.fjcdn.com/comments/K+thanks+for+sharing+_55b878cb97f0e6026ccdeb9b5f7e3fc40.jpg
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I knew a Ford C-Max wasn't really a car.

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