Wheel Size: 20" - You don't want one that's too small or the bike becomes unstable.
Terrain Handle: Being an entry model, there's only one gear. However, this is enough to take most mole hills of your city/campus. If you want more hill power, check out the Speed P8.
Brakes: Dahon doesn't use the common caliper breaks. Instead, they use traditional back peddling. So when you want to slow down, just gently peddle backwards. The advantage of this is less weight and no cables to snag or get in the way.
Ease of folding: The Dahon Uno is meant to break down in under 20 seconds. With practice, it could be more like 10. Magnets are included to hold the fold.
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*Most Specs of the P8 and UNO are the same. Besides some upgraded features on the P8.
The Drive: With 8 gears the P8 handles speed very well.
The Ride: This will be a different feel for most bikers. You are up higher on this bike. You can see traffic or pedestrians easier but some may like the low down feel more. The gears and switches of this bike are also closer together than most other bike types.
A surpurb entry level bike with a great ride and handles that won't break the bank. This bike is built for strolls through the campus or a quick run to the local store. At an exceptional price (under $200 on Amazon !:0) the Stowabike fits most occasional bikers budget and desires.
Wheel Size: 20"
Gears: 6 speed gears by Shimano.
Weight: 35 lbs
Brakes: Steel V-Breaks
Folded Dimensions: W 24" x L 34" x H 32"