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|Dahon Strap Speed D7 Baltic Blue Folding Bike BicycleAuthorized dealer-warranty is valid.Includes SKS fenders & rear rack. Lightweight 4130 chromoly steel frame Dahon Roulez tires for speed and durability Arc rack for toting groceries or touring gear Chrome plastic mudguards for stain protection 27-Pound carrying weightLike its sporty cousin, the Speed D8, the Speed D7 offers features like a Work Hardened 4130 chromoly steel frame (which is 60% stronger than high tensile steel), but this version is more utilitarian for the urban rider. Deluxe component package includes Weather Beater Chrome plastic mudguards should you find yourself caught in a storm, fast rolling Dahon Roulez tires for dodging potholes, cars or aimless pedestrians, and an Arc Rack for toting your groceries or your touring gear. The D7 is a stylish, well-made, no hassle bike that fits your life and your budget. And it's very portable too...the D7 has a 13- by 25- by 32-inch folded size and weight of 27.1 pounds. Not the lightest bike that Dahon makes, but versatile enough for your jaunts to the store, work or the park.Assembly of the Bike:This bike comes mostly assembled. Minor assembly is required before the bike can be used.About DahonThe Dahon story begins in 1975. At the time, Dr. David Hon, founder of the company, was a physicist at Hughes Aircraft Corporation in California, working on highly classified government research projects. One afternoon, in his third week of waiting in hour-long lines to buy gasoline for his car, Dr. Hon was struck by the magnitude of the world's dependence on oil, a non-renewable resource that would likely be depleted within the lifetime of his grandchildren. Dr. Hon's solution: a portable folding bicycle. Working evenings and weekends in his garage over the next seven years, Dr. Hon built dozens and dozens of prototypes, trying to perfect a folding bicycle that would maintain the riding performance of a regular bicycle but would fold quickly and to a compact size.|