From everyday commuting, to impromptu errands, to bike path explorations, Dahon's Boardwalk S1 is a one-speed wonder that's always ready to go. Its high-quality steel frame rides like a champ and folds in seconds. It also puts you in an upright position for top-notch comfort and a heads-up view of what's ahead. And, in the components department, the Boardwalk gets up to speed with ease on the nimble 20-inch wheels and simple, one-speed drivetrain that needs minimal maintenance. For speed control you have a linear-pull brake up front paired with a coaster brake in the rear. Plus, with its rack, fenders and comfortable seat, the Boardwalk is always ready to be unfolded and enjoyed!
|Frame||Dahon HT Series steel|
|Tires||K-139, 20 x 1.5|
|Brakes||Front: Promax, linear-pull; Rear: Coaster brake|
|Folded Dimensions||12.1 x 30.4 x 25.4 inches|
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We fit two in rear seat area of Cessna 172. While steel,not aluminum, weight is acceptable after factoring design simplicity,comfortable saddle,upright handle bar orientation, and adult gearing. Easy to unfold.
I had always wanted a folding bike, if not just for the convenience of having it stashed in my car for a myriad of reasons from camping, visits to parks or emergencies. I looked at all the offerings on-line from the high-end expensive folding trail bikes down to the cheapos and read all the reviews. All I wanted was a simple bike to unfold and go. I had pretty much settled on getting a Dahon since they've been manufacturing them for a couple decades now and figured they had run all the bugs out. To my surprise, the Dahon Boardwalk is a ruggedly solid bike that I have now put many miles on. This is my only bike and it is such a pleasure to have it stowed in the car for an excursion on a whim. It's not bad, either, on an easy trail. My only complaint is the rear hub sprocket is a bit high gearing (small) so I've ordered a bigger so it'll be a little easier on a grade.