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Ridding quality in ancient stone roads

Postby papaformigas on Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:15 pm

Hello all,

I have seen a review for the Abike and noticed that due that the 6 inch wheels sometimes is difficult to turn in roads that are not completely flat.

Many roads where I live are built with stones together with spaces between them, like the ancient roman empire roads.

My dopubvt is: will the Abike will perform good in this kind of roads specialy in high hills roads?

Would apopreciate a comment for you guys.
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Re: Ridding quality in ancient stone roads

Postby Job on Fri Dec 07, 2018 4:53 am

i don’t think the a-bike is good at uneven / not smooth roads.
the tyres are pumped up quite hard, the wheels are very small, and there is no suspension or cushioning of bumps...

your ride will be very uncomfortable, and you risk falling down or breaking the bike...

on smooth tarmac the a-bike is good fun!

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