2014 Dahon Models Now Available In North America

DUARTE, CA ‘” April, 2014 ‘” Dahon, the worldwide leader in folding bikes, has announced that its 2014 Boardwalk S1, Ciao D7, Mu P8 and Vybe C7A models are now available at Dahon dealers throughout North America.

2014 Dahon Boardwalk S1

Dahon Boardwalk S1

The Boardwalk S1 is the perfect example of simple is better ‘” featuring a single-speed drivetrain that is light and low maintenance. A member of Dahon‘s Urban collection, the Boardwalk S1 is a remarkable folding bike that features a rear coaster brake and front linear-pull brake with durable aluminum 20-inch wheels and a strong folding steel frame. Extras include a rear rack, full fenders and kickstand making the 2014 Boardwalk an excellent bike for running any errand or recreational riding.

The Dahon Boardwalk S1 weighs just 27.6 lbs. (12.5 kg) and folds to 12.6” x 29.5” x 26” (32 x 75 x 66 cm). The bike is available in Black with an MSRP of $299. Complete bike specs are here ‘” http://www.usa.dahon.com/mainnav/bikes/single-view/bike/boardwalk_s1.html

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2014 Dahon Ciao D7

Dahon Ciao D7

The 2014 Ciao D7 is a city shopper that makes hopping on and hopping off a breeze. Safe and stable with a low center of gravity, it‘s the perfect companion for folding bike beginners and those wanting a steadier, easier mount and dismount. Now with seven gears in an internal-geared Shimano Nexus hub, the Ciao D7 is the perfect town and suburban bike that can accommodate different riders. The Ciao D7 features a lightweight Dalloy aluminum frame, Shimano Rivo grip shifters, and Dahon Ergo grips and saddle. Available in Black/White, the Ciao D7 features 20” wheels and weighs just 27.6 lbs. (12.5 kg) and folds to 14.96 ”x 30.71” x 26.38” (38 x 78 x 67 cm). MSRP is $779. Complete bike specs are here ‘” http://www.usa.dahon.com/mainnav/bikes/single-view/bike/ciao_d7-1.html

2014 Dahon MU P8

Dahon Mu P8

The Mu P8 is one of Dahon’s most versatile, all-round bikes. It is incredibly light, durable enough for long weekend rides and stylish enough to turn heads everywhere it goes. The Mu P8 is characterized by great performance, good value and delivers all three of our design goals: 1) to be lighter, 2) to be stronger and 3) to be faster. A member of Dahon‘s Urban collection, the 2014 Mu P8 features 20-inch wheels, Dalloy lightweight aluminum frame, 8-speed drivetrain, Neos indexed shifters, front and rear V brakes, Dahon ergo grips and comfort saddle. The Mu P8 folds easily to 11.8” x 31.5” x 26” (30 x 79 x 66cm) and weighs just 25.6 lbs. (12.3kg). Available in Obsidian and Cloud; MSRP is $749. Complete bike specs are here ‘” http://www.usa.dahon.com/mainnav/bikes/single-view/bike/speed_p8-18.html

2014 Dahon Vybe C7A

Dahon Vybe C7A

A member of Dahon‘s 2014 Recreation collection, the Vybe C7A is the perfect way to get around town. Featuring a lightweight Dalloy aluminum frame and 20-inch wheels, the Vybe gets riders moving with fun, modern design and seven speeds, alloy V-brakes, Dahon ergo grips and comfort saddle, and Radius handlepost. The Vybe C7A folds easily to 11.8” x 31.1” x 26” (30 x 79 x 66cm) and weighs 27.1 lbs. (12.3kg). Available in Obsidian; MSRP is $399. Complete bike specs are here ‘” http://www.usa.dahon.com/mainnav/bikes/single-view/bike/vybe_c7a-12.html

About DAHON

In 1982, DAHON ignited the folding bicycle revolution with the introduction of the DAHON Folder, the forefather of most modern-day folding bicycles. Today, DAHON is recognized as the world leader in folding bicycles. Spearheaded by the guiding principles of innovation, reinvention and technology leadership, DAHON is committed to creating quality product user experiences and green mobility solutions for people who live active, environmentally friendly lifestyles. It is headquartered in California with offices, factories, cooperating assembly plants and distribution partner throughout the world. For more information visit www.usa.dahon.com.

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