We need the exercise and we love cycling! We worked with our suppliers during this period and we lined up a few sub S$450 – S$550 price tag foldable bikes that must meet below criterion:
- A global brand
- FIVE years warranty
- Optional upgrades: Fenders and Rear rack (Hey its rainy season and at least there are affordable upgrades)
- At least 6 speeds
- Designed with folding joints that won’t hurt your fingers ( or wallets)
- Take rider weights of at least 105kg
- Priced between S$450 – S$550
So here is our lineup (unless stated, prices are without fenders and rack):
Tern – Link A7, stepped down from Link B7/C7 ( no front luggage truss mount) at S$499, is the 3rd iteration of the value foldable.
Bickerton Portables – the widest line up with 16 inch Junction 1406 S$399. (comes with rack and fenders)
or 20 inch Junction 1306 6 speeds at S$399 (If you are aged above 59 years, we sell you the bike for S$299) (including fenders and rack)
and 7 speeds Junction 1507 S$499 that offers the new benchmark for a 7 speeds foldable at this price tag inclusive of rack and fenders.
How can one forget Dahon?
Dahon – Route/Vybe at ranging between S$499 and S$550
Read review on Vybe C7A
So many reasons you’d buy a foldable bike from us.
Cost of ownership: The average ownership of a well designed foldable that you could own and ride for 2 years. That’s only a less than S$20/mth for TWO years (or 67 cents a day investment), a small footprint, comes with gears and gives you plenty of natural endorphins each time you cycle. Do the maths, you’d understand why you should buy a reputable brand – it’s truly affordable now.