Folding bikes have become commonplace in our towns and cities now and make the lives of commuters all over the country more bearable everyday. The technology of these bikes has improved in leaps and bounds over the last few years and dare I say it, they are even trendy now. You can spend up to £2000 on a top line rig that folds up neatly into a bag whilst you hop on and off buses, trains and the Tube.
In 1983, Dahon introduced the very first Dahon Folder. Twenty-five years and
3 million bicycles later, Dahon celebrates a quarter century of championing
the cause of green mobility. In commemoration, Dahon has created the Mu
XXV, a Limited Edition bicycle that is designed to represent the state of the art in folding
bicycle technology. A Puro M7 magnesium frame takes center stage and is
dressed in custom 25th Anniversary components from FSA, Shimano,
Syntace, Schwalbe, Kinetix and Kore. A total of two hundred fifty individually
numbered Mu XXV’s will be hand-made.
The Mu XXV will be available in
select bike shops worldwide in January 2008, so get your order in now if you fancy one…go on sell your car! heck out these features:
magnesium alloy that has the corrosion
resistance properties of aluminum
additional corrosion resistance, before painting
crankset with ceramic bearings
carbon with none of the drawbacks