Dahon Vybe D7 Folding Bike Review

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Review of the Dahon Vybe D7 Folding Bike

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Dahon Vybe D7 Folding Bike, part number 33492-0-08.Bikes don't have to take up as much space anymore. The Dahon Vybe D7 is a folding bike that's great for RVers that like training and exploring. It's also great for urban adventures. Its compact design makes it easy to load on your RV or in one of its compartments. It's also easy to take upstairs to your office or apartment, or you can keep it table side with you at a restaurant or tuck it underneath your cart while shopping. It's a 7-speed bike with an easy to use grip shifter.

It sits on 20" wheels and features a Shimano Tourney derailleur. Front and rear V-brakes gives you the stopping power you need.The front and rear fenders are going to prevent mud and water from splashing up. It has all the same safety features as a standard bike with front and rear reflectors, reflectors on the wheels and pedals. Both the seat post and handlebars are adjustable to accommodate riders of different sizes. The Deltec stabilizing cable adds an additional 20 pounds to the weight capacity giving you a total of 250 pounds.

The aluminum frame is strong yet lightweight. It only weighs 26 pounds. The cargo rack with the included elastic strap allows you to secure your gear on the go.When you're ready to load it up on our RV or hop on a train, it's easy to fold. You want to be sure your kickstand's up. We'll lower down our seat, and we'll fold down our pedals.

Next, we'll rotate our handlebars up and then we'll set our stem to the predetermined height that's marked on the stem with this red dot here. Now, we'll fold down our handlebars, and with this lever here, we'll fold our bike in half. The powerful magnet keeps the two halves together. Some customers find it easy to transport in this position by leaving the seat post up and wheeling it. That's going to complete out look at the Dahon Vybe D7 Folding Bike, part number 33492-0-08..

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