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Dahon IOS D9 24w 2017 - Folding Bike

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Product Description

A real eye catcher; the IOS D9 has a lot to offer. Hydraulic disc brakes stop on a dime and Dahon FlatPak technology folds flat for narrow storage. Its larger 24" wheels will give you plenty of speed and stability on any road

Features:

  • Folded Size : 40 x 85 x 7 cm (15.7" x 33.5" x 26.7")
  • Weight: 13kg (28.66lbs)
  • Shimano Alivio gearing with trigger shifter
  • Hydroformed d'alloy frame with latice hinger and V-Clamp Technology
  • Dahon Dual clamp stem system - Radius T with patented Fusion and V-Clamp technology
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Specification

Frame: Hydroformed Dalloy aluminum w/ V-clamp technology
Fork: Lightweight and responsive Dalloy aluminum, w/ integrated crown
Headset: Fusion, zero stack, cartridge bearing
Bars: 6061 double butted aluminum flat bar, 580 mm
Front Brake: Promax Hydraulic Disc 160
Rear Brake: Promax Hydraulic Disc 160
Brake Lever: Promax Hydraulic Disc
Rear Mech: Shimano
Shifters: Shimano trigger
Speed: 9
Rims: 24” Lightweight aluminum semi aero double wall
Front Hub: Formula disc 100 mm, 32 hole
Rear Hub: Formula disc 135 mm, 32 hole
Spokes: Stainless steel, black
Front Tyre: Sport profile 24” x 2.0” w reflex line
Rear Tyre: Sport profile 24” x 2.0” w reflex line
Seat Post: DAHON custom 6061 aluminum, 33.9 mm x 580 mm
Chainset: Alloy arms, 42 teeth chainring w/ single CNC guard
Bottom Bracket: Sealed bearing
Chain: KMC
Cassette: 11-32 9 speed
Pedals: DAHON foldable, alloy body
Weight: 13kg (28.66lbs)

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Dahon IOS D9 24w 2017 - Folding Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.3
out of 5
4.33
Build Quality
4.50
Performance
4
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (2)

5
Dahon 10s D9 folding bike

Great bike. Quality build, easy fold and most important, fantastic ride. Its more like riding an ordinary bike. Very rapid and smooth shifting gears. Wish it came with mudguards, not easy to find ones that will fit. Not really a bike for a "multi-modal commute", as its a bit cumbersome to carry far, but great for putting in back of car. Very pleased with this purchase, and also Tredz excellent customer service.

Great bike. Quality build, easy fold and most important, fantastic ride. Its more like riding an ordinary bike. Very rapid and smooth shifting gears. Wish it came with mudguards, not easy to find ones that will fit. Not really a bike for a "multi-modal commute", as its a bit cumbersome to carry far, but great for putting in back of car. Very pleased with this purchase, and also Tredz excellent customer service.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
4
Excellent platform but upgrades needed!

Received my ios d9 a week ago from Tredz, who were helpful and kept me updated on the order processing as there was a delay on the bike arriving from Dahon. The bike itself has an excellent frame, wheels and brakes and the folding mechanism is sound. Still quite big when folded, which is to be expected from 24 wheels. It is also extremely light for a folder. I do feel slightly let down with some of Dahon 's cheap components being the flagship model. The stock tyres were rubbish and cheap, like riding a tractor with loads of rolling resistance. So called ergonomic grips hurt my thumbs and palm, the saddle was awful, the same as on the Dahon sidewalk. A real grandma saddle that you sink into and it hurts. I've straight away upgraded to schwable slick kojak tyres, fizik saddle, decent pedals and MTB Easton grips all of which have really transformed the ride for about £100 extra. Overall an excellent steed for commuting or even a weekend ride, although I'll stick to my race bike for that. However, has really benefitted from a few upgrades.

Received my ios d9 a week ago from Tredz, who were helpful and kept me updated on the order processing as there was a delay on the bike arriving from Dahon. The bike itself has an excellent frame, wheels and brakes and the folding mechanism is sound. Still quite big when folded, which is to be expected from 24 wheels. It is also extremely light for a folder. I do feel slightly let down with some of Dahon 's cheap components being the flagship model. The stock tyres were rubbish and cheap, like riding a tractor with loads of rolling resistance. So called ergonomic grips hurt my thumbs and palm, the saddle was awful, the same as on the Dahon sidewalk. A real grandma saddle that you sink into and it hurts. I've straight away upgraded to schwable slick kojak tyres, fizik saddle, decent pedals and MTB Easton grips all of which have really transformed the ride for about £100 extra. Overall an excellent steed for commuting or even a weekend ride, although I'll stick to my race bike for that. However, has really benefitted from a few upgrades.

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