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    The Dawes Jack folding bike is a folder that you can take pretty much anywhere so you never need to be without your bike again. The Jack folds up really compact, with a lightweight frame so it's easy to carry.

    The Dawes Jack's six gears means it cycles just like a full sized bike, letting you explore wherever you take it, whether by car, train or boat.


    The Dawes Jack 20" 2017 Features are:

    Frame: Dawes alloy folding frame with 3 point locking mechanism

    Fork: Hi-tensile curved blades

    Headset: Steel 1 1/8 inch CP

    Bars: Alloy telescopic stem with 2 point locking mechanism

    Speed: 6

    Rear Mech: Shimano Tourney

    Shifters Shimano SL-TX50-6R

    Chainset: Cold forged aluminium, double chainguard

    Bottom Bracket: 5 piece set with axle

    Cassette: Shimano 6 speed 14-28T

    Chain: KMC Z30

    Front Brake: Promax Alloy V-brake

    Rear Brake: Promax Alloy V-brake

    Rims: Alloy 28H

    Front Hub: Alloy 28H silver

    Rear Hub: Alloy 28H silver

    Spokes: 14G stainless

    Tyres: Kenda K-193 20 x 1.75 Front - Kenda K-193 20 x 1.75 Rear

    Seatpost: Oversized 34mm

    Pedals: 9/16" Folding

    Weight: 13.1kg

    Occasionally without notice, manufacturers sometimes change product specifications

  • Dawes Jack 20" 2017 - Folding Bike Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.7
    out of 5
    4.66
    Build Quality
    4.00
    Performance
    5
    Value For Money
    5.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    5
    A great folding bike, perfect for commuting

    This is my first folding bike and I made the right choice. This bike has a sturdy design and folds up nicely, it's not as small as some folding bikes but I see that as a plus because it's not flimsy. The only things that could be improved about the design are that you have to be careful when unfolding the handlebars as you can easy tangle the brake cables and damage parts, and the clasp on the main fold in the middle needs to be friendly to grip as you have to give it a good pull to get it free. That said it may loosen up. I also had a problem when I shifted down the first gear quickly and the chain jumped off and got stuck between the cog and the wheel, took me a while to get it out. I think this can be easily done on any bike though so I wouldn't count it against it.

    This is my first folding bike and I made the right choice. This bike has a sturdy design and folds up nicely, it's not as small as some folding bikes but I see that as a plus because it's not flimsy. The only things that could be improved about the design are that you have to be careful when unfolding the handlebars as you can easy tangle the brake cables and damage parts, and the clasp on the main fold in the middle needs to be friendly to grip as you have to give it a good pull to get it free. That said it may loosen up. I also had a problem when I shifted down the first gear quickly and the chain jumped off and got stuck between the cog and the wheel, took me a while to get it out. I think this can be easily done on any bike though so I wouldn't count it against it.

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    4.7 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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