26 inch wheels are what many of us grew up with when it comes to bicycles.
Can I get them with folding mechanisms? The answer is YES.
While we understand the familiarity we have with larger wheels and the misconception that we have to pedal harder, today’s technology has made small wheeled foldables riding KEEP up with larger wheels. In fact sometimes with the right transmission and fitness, small wheeld foldable outrun bigger wheels.
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If for reasons of height or build and preference, you want a large wheel, we have the following to choose from:
Tern Joe series.
Joe P27 is a true 27.5 incher format. Weighing 14.2 kg. Bikes for day-in, day-out transportation need to be ready for the urban landscape of potholes, rail crossings, curbs and more. With big 27.5”
wheels, hydraulic disc brakes and a generous complement of 27 gears, the Joe P27 gives you the full-sized ride you want. The new Joe-fold tucks the handlebars inside the bike, which means less side protrusion and a folded size that’s nearly 50% smaller than the last generation
The latest Eclipse series
The Eclipse family of 26 inch wheeled bikes is a ground up rethink about two-wheeled urban transportation. If you’re going mostly car-free in the city, your ride needs to handle grocery bags, all kinds of weather, riding at night and most importantly, give you day-in, day-out reliability. It also needs to play well with buses and trains for those longer commutes. And when you’re done, it should fold up nicely and out of the way, safely waiting for tomorrow’s ride.
Eclipse D16 – 18 speeds starting at S$1500 14.8kg
Take me back to S$500 budget levels bikes