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The epitome of versatility, the SUV D6 has compact wheels and a frame for easy storage. This stable bike is great for manoeuvring through taxis, along the boardwalk or storing in a camper. It's a gateway to get out and explore.



Wheel Size : 20" Weight : 14.4 kg (31.7 lbs)

Folded Size : 65 x 34 x 84cm (25.6” x 13.4” x 33.1”)

Frame : Strong and Stable Riding Hi-Ten Steel, w/ SD latch design.

Fork : Smooth Riding and Stable Hi-Ten Steel Blades and Steerer.

Handlepost : D shape steel handlepost with telescopic adjustment

Drivetrain : Shimano RD-TY21 rear derailleur and Twist Shiter.

Wheels : 20" Aluminum Rims, Compact Front Hub and Standard Rear Hub. 28 Hole.

Brakes : Alloy 110mm V-Brakes


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