Reviewing the Remarkable Strida Folding Bike

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In this video, I’m reviewing the extremely unique looking and compact Strida LT folding bicycle

I unbox Strida and show off its many features before using the bike for a week of test rides and coming back with my list of pros and cons.

Also included is some footage of me riding the Strida and a demo of how easily it folds and unfolds.

Then I show you how I will be taking advantage of its small size when folded to store it in our RV.

Note: The used demo Strida bike in this review video this was sent to me free of charge by Strida Canada

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Comments

John Mac says:

The drive belt is also used on many motorcycles. Harley Davidson uses a drive belt. The HD belt is capable of over 100k miles. I currently have 60k on my motorcycle and belt looks good. The sprockets will wear out before the belt.

This is a nice little bike to have in the toy hauler to ride around the campground. Thanks for review.

fargley001 says:

Good review – that’s definitely a unique looking machine with what seems to be some high end components.

Gary Boyd says:

Very impressed with the quality of the bike. It looks very well built. Right away when I saw it I noticed the lack of castor though. That is what causes the steering to be funny and easily unstable. I knew before you got on it it was going to be different. I think that may be overcome with the addition of one more adjustable locking joint. It may have to be a pivoting joint of some kind in order to maintain frame rigidity. Looks like a great unit I would entertain it in my fifth wheel!

Scott Walters says:

Nicely done!!

James Kitchell says:

Cool bike moor of a city bike I think?

CruisingTheCut says:

Shouldn’t that have been “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head”? 😉 Great review, very thorough.

Ariel Villalón says:

Very good review. I’m thinking very seriously to get this Strida! A question about tires and flats. That would be my only doubt as 16 inches tubes might not be easy to get. Are punctures very often or not? Cheers for your great review!

Gary Campbell says:

great review Ray.but the bike wouldnt work for me but would for others.but it is still a great bike to store in the camper.and to have on hand when you need it.thanks Ray.

Puzzle headed says:

Your voice reminds me of this guy who plays in braking bad, and Saul Goodman xD

James Hamm says:

Definite “function over form,” lol: the look of it is a bit polarizing, but it seems quite suited to its intended purpose.

aldentesolo says:

Great review! I had a Strida 3 years ago and loved it, now looking forward to picking up my Strida SX on Monday. Just curious – the scenery is beautiful. What part of Canada are you in? I’m in (currently) grey and rainy London :-/

Mike Salsgiver says:

Ray, I really enjoy your videos. Super review (wish they had an electric bike…). Safe travels, my friend!

Billodnh says:

Once back in my radio days I was interviewing a park ranger at the Cape Cod National Seashore. I mentioned “Candian Geese” and he quickly corrected my on air “Canada Geese.” I guess getting it wrong really irks the birders.

Lover that bike. It would even fit in a Class B.

Timothy Keller Vandweller says:

Interesting. How much Canadian?

Richard M says:

Great review! The bike looks pretty cool though the small wheels will bog down in anything soft. More a problem for the front wheel than the rear.

NWHiker says:

Excellent review and very interesting fold up bike. Definite head turner. Add a clown wig and red nose and you could join the circus with that orange color……:) Very cool concept, but the price would be a very big Con with me. Zippered cushioned case would be a must have option. Too bad there isn’t an electric option.

Event Horizon says:

Cool beans! Nice engineering and those brakes are nicely oversized.

Susan Frye says:

Nice! Thanks for the info.

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