Comparison of 26″ vs 20″ inch Folding Bikes – Calgary | Tern | Montague | Dahon | Brompton | Alberta

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Which folding bike is right for you? We show you the pro’s and con’s of each model, and demonstrates how to fold each bike.


Mary Gregory says:

This was very helpful, thank you!

Eddi3Pwns says:

Very nice review! I have been wondering what the tire size would be best for my purposes and this helped tremendously. Great video 🙂

Hamza Yumak says:

Thanks for the video. Hey do you think safety will differ for an ameteur rider?

Eric White says:

Thank you for share that was really helpful.

DarkSagan says:

Great Video.

Erick Schaefer says:

Excellent comparison! I’m wondering is there anything in the middle? Maybe a 24″?

David Paul Allen says:

no suspension on the Tern makes it a false comparison. Something wrong with manufacturers thinking that full suspension 20 inch folders are SO rare ..

Jose Ruiz says:

Hola gracias por el video, me aclaro muchas dudas, saludos desde Venezuela

Jerry Nowacki says:

Excellent presentation! Best to you!!!

Brad Bright says:

great clip thank you

redaxxx says:

Great review!

Second Coin says:

I really like that tern bike

jchm380 says:

Good to know what size to get and the way he models himself carrying it. As I have an idea how it will pan out for me if I purchase a 20″ or 26″ bike

justice4germans says:

it seems I need a 23″ bike

mindyourbizok says:

I want a bike that rides like a regular bike without any compromises. I also want a bike that I can easily use for intermodal transportation, and as a main transportation. I want a bike that I can easily take to the supermarkets, office, gym, and other places. Do you think a 24 inch wheel would be better?

Samuel Choong says:

Tern do have a better 26 inch folding bike…..

juliedarling75 says:

Thanks for this great video

Jonathan Benjamin says:

nice review. thanks

Amanda Kahn says:

I am looking at getting a folding bike for my commute around campus.  I have a short commute (1-2 miles), but I live in the mountains, so there will be lots of steep hills between me and my destination.  Which size bike would you recommend, considering my circumstances?  Thanks!

Chris Bates says:

how about a 24 inch?

timus1891 says:

what is the weight maximum for the dahon?

EvendimataE says:

for city riding and even for long distance the tern is good since it has big crank gear so it can go fast

Damion Provitola says:

Thank you!  This was incredibly helpful to me.  I am taller so I know what to be on lookout when checking out folding bikes.

Dsince90s says:

hi, could you tell me the best way to lock a montague paratrooper up without folding it please?

Mate Argentino says:

Muy acertado! muchas gracias

Vue Yang says:

Maybe around maybe 15 or 16 in in length and 4 1/2 in in width, and also it has a strap for skate board

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