K7S Camp 20″ Alloy 16 Speed Folding Bike Disc Brake Thunderbolt (Yellow)
Model name:Thunderbolt–Brand new,100% factory assembled.
This light weight bike (only 29 lbs) can be easily folded within 10 seconds, for easy storage and transportation.Folded dimensions 33″x14″x26″. so it does not take up a lot of room in your office or appartment. Also perfect for boats, campers or small airplanes.People can use the bike for commuting to work, riding in parks, in camping ground.shipping weight 39 lbs;Recommended for rider’s height 4’8″-6’6″; Supporting rider’s max weight up to 230 lbs. Grey,Blue,Orange,Yellow color available
Alloy folding frame
Shimano 16 speed R.Derailleur&freewheel
Alloy seal bearing hub
Cassette freewheel index 12-32 teeth
with front and rear fenders
with rear rack
Front and rear alloy rim
24 inch wide handlebar
front and rear alloy disc hand brake
Adjustable and quick release alloy seat post in 19″
folding pedal with reflectors
For ages 7 and up
- 20 inch folding bike with shimano Altus 16 speed rear derailleur
- Alloy hub seal bearing and anodized color,cassette 12-32T,dual disc brake.When you riding ,more comfortable and smooth
- Easy to fold with magnet,perfect for taking on a bus or train on your commute or stashing in your apartment
- The foldable bike frame with small rubber protector to avoid scrath the paint when fold the bike.
- With adjustable kickstand,and fender,rear cargo rack.
really great bike, well worth the money. why buy a 7 speed, when you can get this one? really a terrific bike. i like this one quite a bit more than the 7 speed; i have both. gave the 7 speed to my older daughter. it looks like this bike was designed after the 7 speed, because it has a slightly different design, aside from the gear difference.it goes into the trunk of my sports car. i have a retractable, so a bike rack seemed risky. might spring the trunk lid, which opens both ways. it looks like they thought of everything in designing this bike. even the…
Almost perfect folding bike! Let me start with the not so good…I’m not that knowledgeable about bike adjustments as it has been over 18 years since I rode my last mountain bike. After reading all the reviews and asking about if it needs install, most of the comments said that it was already assembled. Just unfold and put the seat post and you are ready to go.Mine did come that way but needed adjustments on the derailleurs as they were not shifting correctly. They even get unchained, which is a…
I’d give it 4.5 stars if I could I just received one of these (in the blue color) today and I must say that I’m quite impressed with it. For comparison, let it be known that we also own a new Dahon MU P8, but aside from that we’re relatively new to folding bikes.The Camp came well packaged…for 2 years I worked at a bike shop and I’ll say that the Camp packaging is definitely as good, or maybe a little better (due to the packing in between the two folded halved) than any of the new bikes I assembled while working…