Stowabike 26" MTB V2 Folding Dual Suspension 18 Speed Shimano Gears Mountain Bike Black
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- Frame: 26" steel Stowabike folding frame
- Fork: 26" suspension steel fork
- 18-Speed Mountain Bike
- Tires: Wanda 26×1.95"
- Brake: steel v-brakes
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If you consider this just as a mountain bike, it stacks up pretty well against its competition. Dual suspension, quality components from suppliers; it’s tough and built to last, and looks great too.
But where this bike really comes into a league of its own is when you consider its incredible folding frame. For so many people, space is at a premium, whether it’s storage space at home, space in the car, or even space on public transport. This bike allows you to keep all the fun of a mountain bike even in tight spaces.
-Frame: 26" steel folding frame
-Fork: 26" suspension steel fork
-Shock: spring shock
-Chain: KMC C30 chain
-Left Shifter: 3 speed grip shifter
-Right Shifter: run 6 speed grip shifter
-Front Derailleur: Sunrun FD-QD-35
-Rear Derailleur: Shimano 6 speed
-Freewheel: 6 speed
-Rims: Single wall alloy
-Tyres: Wanda 26×1.95"
-Pedals: NECO WP-391
-Brake: steel v-brakes
-Handlebar: steel handlebar with steel stem
-Grips: Black rubber
-Saddle: Mountain bike saddle
-Kickstand: steel kickstand
-Overall Dimensions: 67.3 x 23.2 x 55.1in
-Size when folded: 38.2 x 12.6 x 29.5in
-Max. User weight : 177lbs
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Admittedly, I was skeptical sitting on a folding bike for the first time. All it took was one decent ride to forget that the frame was two separate pieces. I haven't seriously ridden a bike in years (and by years I mean over a decade) with any seriousness, and this brings me back to my childhood. For people who aren't bike experts or enthusiasts and just want a functional bike that saves on space in the shed or trunk, this bike is just fine. If you are one of those people who takes the bikes apart to customize them part for part, you may be better off just getting a more expensive bike.
I bought this bike because I want to exercise more and because I bought a small car and didn't want to mess with a bike rack. This suits my needs by being able to fit in the trunk (of a MINI Cooper, no less!) while only having to fold down one of the back seats. I can still carry two passengers along with this bike. It also fits easily in my living room and breaks down without a sweat. It IS heavier than I would have expected, but that's the price for getting the mountain bike version instead of the city version, I suppose. If anything, I consider maneuvering it while folded as just another aspect to the exercise. Also, they must have fixed the issue with the instruction booklet, as mine seemed appropriate for my model and wasn't confusing to put together at all. But then again, I am a genius.
TL;DR version: the bike is fine. It's an introductory bike for people who aren't hardcore riders and just want two wheels with pedals and a seat that doesn't take up a lot of space.
as far as weight limit, i am also a 6'0 335lb man and this bike still holds up well as the suspension is rated at 750lbs limit
included in the box-
wrench multi tool to assemble the bike
instruction manual (not very good/useful, but i dont know much about bikes and i set it up in 30 mins)
also to note the bike arrived with the back wheel loose i had to get it fixed by a bike shop and also the bikes tires arent trued but its to be expected
easy to assemble
easy to fold
they will reimburse up to 50 dollars for any bike shop repairs you do on the bike
CONS- bike seat, definitely buy a better bike seat is its cheap and extremely uncomfortable,
right shifter is almost of no use. the chain just keeps skipping the whole time. this could just be a defect in my own personal case
the plastic components on the bike will definitely need replacement as time goes by.
all in all, its a quality bike for the average user with 10-15 miles of use a day, if your a more seasoned bike user than you should definitely look elsewhere as this bike is not for you
*UPDATE FEB 22*
Bike still runs smoothly, going on 8-10 miles every day, first thing to break was the right shifter, but I really only use the left so it’s not a problem for me. No flats yet surprising considering I’m 330lbs, this bike is built extremely well and is really running its course very smoothly with little maintenance.
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