Tyrell from Japan has always scored on looks and performance.
Minivelos traditionally are not foldable bikes. The first attempt to make a foldable minivelo in production scale was Dahon in 2010 who labelled their folding minvelos as Midtown series. The word “Velo” is french for bicycle, so rather than calling it a Mini bike, the Japanese have branded it “mini Velo”, with a good sense of history, culture and chic wording.
Tyrell continued this and pushed through the Tyrell FX, which till todate is a favourite for those who want looks, speed and foldable.
For 2021, the FX does away with the straight handle bar and adopts the dropbar as a standard equipped with Shimano 105 format.
The CSI is back for those who do not need it foldable and want it pure.
Last but not least the IVE Sports – which is the improved version of the IVE.