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Fortis Urban Traveller Folding Bike $129 + Delivery @ Kogan

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The Fortis Urban Traveller 20” Folding Bike provides a comfortable ride and easily folds down to be carried and stored anywhere.
Highlights:
Alloy rims
7-Speed Shimano Gear Set
Semi alloy brake lever
Built-in mud guards
Built-in bag rack
Minimal assembly required

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  • folds down to be carried and stored anywhere.

    So I can store it in my pocket? It must fold many times.

  • Any Ozb user reviews?

    • I've been using one for a few months now, but only ridden it half a dozen times.
      Pros:
      - Folds quickly and easily
      - Very easy to ride
      - Quick off the mark
      - Gearing works well
      - Flexible size - my small 9 year old daughter can ride it comfortably and me at 6 foot and 85kg can too just by quickly changing the seat and handlebar height

      Cons:
      - Heavy at around 15kg
      - The handlebar stem has some movement which takes getting used to and is very upright above the front wheel which feels odd at first

      For short rides under 5km it is a great bike

      I paid this price a few months ago and would happily do it again if I needed another bike

      • Do you know where do you get spare parts? brake pads etc.

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          brake pads would be standard regular brake pads. get them virtually anywhere - kmart, ebay, aliexpress, etc

        • Not sure really, I've never done it myself, but the brake pads and tyres look like standard sized equipment that can be found easily enough. The shimano gear set should make most easily replaced. Not sure about the chain

      • Heavy at around 15kg

        I would not call that heavy. You have to expect the folding mechanisms to add a couple of kg to the weight of a standard bike.

        Looks like great value.
        The only problem I see is the limited gear range. You may wish to spend another $20 on something like this:

        https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Shimano-MF-TZ500-Tourney-Bicycle...

      • . dupe

    • I had this and have sold it off. It's a decent purchase, especially for its price. Out of the box though, the wheels was not true and I had to get it trued at a local bike shop.

      Other than that, it was a pretty decent bike. I would not recommend this for longer rides > 10km.

  • Any discounted GC?

  • Ultra light @ 15kg? That's heavier than some well equipped mountain bikes.

    Ultra heavy.

  • Any indicators on postage cost for something this size?

  • This is super cheap. Folding bikes can easily be 2k

  • I've got one some months ago. I believe it's a good price for what you get. However, I also have the handlebar movement problem. It doesn't feel 100% locked so as you turn the handlebar I feel some play. It does improve a bit if I secure the handlebar stem a bit harder. I use it just for fun rides so for me it's ok. For a daily commute I would recommend spending a bit more for a better product. I wouldn't say it's heavy but it definitely doesn't feel lightweight. But for this price it's all right.

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