Key FeaturesThe concept of REACH is simple: to build a small wheel bike capable of folding yet as good as a road racing bike. REACH is for people who need performance bike but compact enough to carry it anywhere. It can be packed into a 29 inch suitcase which won't be charged extra when boarding. It can be stored under the table in office, in the trunk of K car. When unfold and ride it becomes a road racing bike. The REACH has the following unique features: 1. Unlike the conventional half-fold design, REACH is the first folding bike with triangular frame design and oversized down tube to achieve maximum frame rigidity. 2. The Unified Rear Triangle keeps weight under the suspension creating zero power loss allowing maximum pedal efficiency. 3. Smart front wheel storage design with no increased folded dimension. 4. Easy adjustable PU suspension offers multiple choices of front/rear suspension traveling distance to accommodate all terrains. In addition, the designer also made it more user friendly with internal cable routing: clean, durable, and maintenance free and offering 2 ways of folding: quick and complete, both simple and intuitive. Most folding bikes are slow, lack of rigidity, in the end people are reluctant to use the bike or only for short distance. REACH is the one beyond people's imagination of folding bike. Thanks to the gear ratio it's fast like a road racing bike. With adjustable suspension rider can change setting for different terrain. It's rigid because the folding mechanism is not on the main frame. REACH has been tested in various triathlon competitions and won more than 20 trophies in 2 years. REACH is also used as the world touring bike, it conquered Beijing to Xinjiang, Kazakhstan to Turkey, Turkey to Netherlands, and Washington DC to Seattle in USA with a total of 25000km in distance! In short, REACH is a performance folding bike for enthusiasts.
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