The Dahon Mariner D7 is one of the best-selling folding bikes in the U.S. and has been for a number of years. But what makes this bike so appealing? Upon initial inspection, it seems to…Read More
Founded by Dr. David T. Hon, Dahon is the world’s largest manufacturer of folding bikes, they have been in business for over 25 years and have over two-thirds of the market-share for folding bicycles.
The vast majority of the bicycles are manufactured in China but the company also has factories in Macau and Bulgaria which manufacture smaller parts.
The Dahon brand is also marketed as Ridgeback, Yeah, Biceco Brands and in the U.S., Novara and the company holds over 200 patents, many of which are now industry standard.
More information about Dahon can be found here on Wikipedia.
The ultra-smooth, Dahon Mu N360 folding bike is one of Dahon’s high-end bikes and with an RRP of $1299, you’d expect it to pack a punch! The main selling point of the Nu N360 is its…Read More
The single speed Dahon Speed Uno folding bicycle is the newer (and slightly heavier) version of the popular urban commuter single speed bicycle, the Mu Uno. The Speed Uno comes in at 24lbs (10.9 kg) and…Read More
Similar to the Dahon Vybe C7A, the Dahon Speed D7 folding bike is sporty, good fun to ride and very responsive, helped in ways by its stiff, hand-welded 4130 ‘chromoly Sonus‘ frame (60% stronger than high…Read More
The 7-speed Dahon Vybe C7A is an excellent entry-level folding bike which is comfortable to ride and easy to pack away. Best suited for city riders on a budget. The 2015 edition bike weighs 11.46 kg…Read More