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Dahon Jack D7 Folding Bike (Shadow)

by Dahon
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List Price: $749.00
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  • Fold it and store it in your trunk so you save the cost and hassle of a car rack
  • Dahon Axis stem adjusts for height and reach so you'll always find the perfect riding position
  • Never worry about flats with the BioLogic PostPump a seatpost with an integrated pump
  • Folds in less than ten seconds so you can take it anywhere
  • Schwalbe Big Apple tires are luxuriously comfortable, fast rolling, and have a Kevlar anti-puncture lining
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Product Description

The Jack is designed to go at any pace you choose and to roll over anything in your path. Forget leaving your urban machine in that communal bike garage and getting nicked and scratched; keep it inside and safe…with you. That's how it should be, right? The Jack is designed around a beefy 7005 aluminum frame and phat Schwalbe Big Apple tires. The Jack has seven nicely-spaced gears to keep things simple, enough for most anything you're likely to encounter in the city. What kind of bike is this? It's a human powered urban machine, Jack. Fast and convenient and perfect for quick errands around town, a jaunt to the nearest café, or a leisurely ride in the park. The emphasis is on comfort and convenience. Dahon Urban Utility bikes fold fast and fold small, perfect if you live in an apartment or commute to work. Customers can mail in their warranty registration card to: please refer to www.dahonbikes.com.

Product Details

Size: Small
  • Product Dimensions: 54 x 9 x 27 inches ; 35 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0039P8FGO
  • Item model number: 96-1-01
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #527,534 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Folding is pretty easy and takes about 10 seconds.
It's a fun, practical bike for commuting and recreation, with many nice appointments which set it apart from other bikes.
I have no complaints over the build quality or the components used.

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By SH on April 6, 2011
Size Name: Large
First of all I am not a bike expert - take my word what it is worth for. I bought Dahon Jack D7 in May 2010 and have put on about 900 miles on it. I wanted to drop a few pounds and found it too daunting to jog for an hour daily. Instead, I bought this bike as a lazy man's work out machine. I must say that I enjoyed riding this bike. More importantly, it didn't need any maintenance during this time, except inflating the tires couple of times. It held on pretty well. For the coming season, I got it serviced (before 1 year free servicing assurance it came with ran out) already. On the plus side it's light, sturdy, and feels comfortable for a 180 lb guy. It runs pretty smooth on mud roads and bike paths. Schwalbe Big apple tires are pretty good (and pretty fat) and you do not need the extra balance/expertise of the Pros to ride on them. I paid the extra bucks for this bike for the sake of its portability. Folding is pretty easy and takes about 10 seconds. I live in a 3rd floor Apt. - moving it up and down is pretty easy for an adult (It weighs about 13 Kg). Once folded it fits into the trunk of mid size sedans. Gears shift seamlessly and Derailleur works fine. Seat post doubles up as an emergency pump.

On the negative side, adding fender/splash guards is pretty tough job, especially the front one. I tried couple of them but finally gave up. For the rear fender, I bought a SKS X-Tra-Dry Fender and it worked fine. Given that it is a folding bike, it is not that easy to design add-on friendly frame. Another annoyance is the seat. It's too small and hard as a rock. I bought some seat cushions but it still feels tiny for the comfort ride - pain around the butt, literally! It is significant issue because this bike is not for hardened Pros - it is built for casual riders.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By L. Allen VINE VOICE on June 19, 2011
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
I have owned three Dahon folding bikes; the first one I bought in April 2003, a Matrix for $400, which lasted until September 2009 and I rode that bike every day, putting, by my estimate, around 20,000 miles on it. Fantastic bike, the aluminum frame finally wore out and broke beneath the seat. So I bought a new Matrix (for $749) right after, but Dahon changed the frame and after less than a year of riding it daily, an OC bolt came out and now the bike is no longer a folding bike, as I had to lock it down to compensate for the missing bolt. To make matters worse, it turns out that the company no longer carries parts for it - a bike they sold only a year-and-a-half before! So still wanting a folder, I looked up the Dahon Jack and saw that it actually uses the older type of folding mechanism, but is only a 7-speed as opposed to the Matrix 24-speed gears (and yet costs $500). But it is lighter, and suits what I mainly use it for, which is mostly paved trail riding. I did note that the folding mechanism was incredibly stiff, and has only started to loosen up recently even after applying oil to the hinges. So, now the latest - as I was climbing a hill the other day, I hear a loud POP and notice that the rear wheel is wobbling badly. Fortunately I was near my car, so I took it in, and, as I feared, a spoke broke at the hub. I have only had the bike for two months... I don't know what it will cost as it's now in the shop, but even if nothing else goes out on it, I am through with Dahon for good. Their products have diminished in quality significantly these past eight years, and their service is lousy - they will not even speak to a customer - you have to go through a bike shop.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gunter on April 28, 2014
I've had this bike for a few months now. I've used it to commute in Washington D.C. (live 15 miles from the center). I give it 5 stars for my application. It is a nice quality, tough bicycle. I have no complaints over the build quality or the components used. Once unfolded, you cannot tell the difference between this bicycle and other, similarly-priced bicycles (Cannondale, Giant, Trek, etc). It rides virtually the same. Plus, it has the Schwalbe Big Apple tires which can take the abuse of city streets.

It's freaking cool looking. The matte black was a great decision by Dahon, but I did notice the newest Dahon Jack is white - bummer. I get many compliments and I am regularly bothered by people asking about it. It was a novelty at first, but even the bums start asking about it. It's also fairly light. At less than 30 lbs, you can easily carry it for short distances. You can add some carbon fiber components to reduce the weight, but I found it unnecessary. This is similar in weight to the smaller Dahon bicycles.

Portability and ease of use is fantastic. It folds and unfolds in less than a couple seconds. I can throw it in almost any car's trunk. I was so impressed with it, I bought another one for my wife. We easily fit both bicycles in our small car.

The drawbacks to this bike are not big deals to me. First, it has 7 speeds - which some may find annoying, but I find more than capable even with decent inclines. Second, it doesn't have suspension... riding through city potholes can be quite precarious. Third, it's not a mountain bike and is not meant to be off-road. Fourth, the pedals don't fold which I thought was a staple on Dahon bikes. For $50, you can buy very nice folding pedals.
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