Dahon Ciao D7 Folding Bike Review
Body: (4.2)
Brakes: (4)
Tyres: (4.2)
Ride: (4.6)
Overall Rating: (4.3)

The Dahon Ciao D7 features an ultra-low step frame design that makes it easy for anyone to get on and off, bike riders, those with limited mobility, or even those wearing a dress! Aluminium 20″ rims roll easy and Dahon custom components ride light.

The Dahon Ciao D7 folding bike  weighs 13.7 kg with Low-Step-Through design frame, Dalloy aluminium tubeset, and a w/ V-clamp technology.

The rear hub has a sealed bearing aluminium free hub, 28-hole Spokes, and stainless steel, black. The tires have a City profile with a reflective band 20″ x 1.75. The Mud guard is plastic w secuclip system. The Cranks / chain cover is made of Forged alloy arms w/ 46 teeth and dual chain guard.

The Rear Derailleur is 7-Speed Shimano RD-TX35 rear derailleur. The Shifter is a 7-speed Shimano twist shifter w indicator. The Brakes are alloy V-brakes of size 110 mm. The Brake Lever is a 3 finger aluminium lever and the saddle is a Dahon Ergo comfort Black. The bike has DAHON 6061 aluminium 33.9 x 580 mm, black Seat post.

The Dahon Ciao D7 folding bike has a brand new cycle condition and is delivered in folded a state. Inflation of tires, fitting of pedals, stem, handlebars, front wheel, front brake cable, saddle and seat post are necessary. Gears and brakes may require some adjustment before riding.

Dahon Ciao D7 Folding Bike Pros:
  • Folds up really small, very easy to store.
  • Enhanced protection against theft.
  • The model is very practical commuting to work.
Dahon Ciao D7 Folding Bike Cons:
  • Though relatively light, it is still a bit cumbersome to build and collapse.

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