Think folding bikes just have 20″ wheels? Think again! From the compact 16″ wheeled Brompton’s to the beefy Montague Paratrooper Highline or Tern Joe P27, each sporting 27.5″ wheels, we’ve got ’em all. We’ve even got folding trikes.
Each one folds differently, and is designed for a different use.
Who uses a folding bike? A sampling from just one day… a young mom walking in for a car rack so she could take her 9 year old on the trails. With 2 folding bikes that anyone in the family can hop onto, she didn’t need that car rack.
A commuter who gets on the train, yet has 3 miles to get to work.
A larger man who likes to ride hard on the trails. Or the stylish bride to ride around town. Or the retiree wanting to ride along Pennypack Park with her husband, and, unsure of her balance, who will consider the folding trike.
We love the diversity of customers that walk through our doors, seeking a diversity of folding bikes for their specific needs.
Tern Node D8
Tern Link D8
Tern Joe P27
I just rode the Montague Crosstown for the first time, and found it to be a very nice bike. It’s easy to ride, and it changes gears easily.
If my aunt hadn’t told me, I wouldn’t have known that you can fold this bike and put it in the trunk of a car! I would definitely buy this bike if I actually had money.
You must’ve heard of mountain bikes. But have you heard of folding mountain bikes? Ride them, then stuff them in the trunk before moving on with your day. Pretty cool, huh?
We’ve got the Montague Paratrooper, the Montague Paratrooper Pro and the Montague X50 in stock. All folding. All with no rider weight limit. So if you’re losing to pedal hard and shed some weight, stop in to try these while we have them on sale.
the original Paratrooper
the Paratrooper Pro
Take $85 off the Paratrooper, listed at $850; $95 off the Paratrooper Pro, listed at $995; or $60 off the X50, listed at $630.
We’re finally a dealer for Montague folding bikes. Never heard of them?
Montague is known for full-size folding bikes, making them a good addition to our selection of folding bikes: Dahon, known for their quick fold; Xootr, beautifully designed & manufactured locally; & Origin8, well-priced bikes for around-town.
The Montague bikes are rugged. Good to take anyplace. And have a feature that’s omitted from all their literature: no rider weight limitations. I suppose this might be implied by the term Military Technology seen on their bikes, but we need to say it again.
There’s no limit on the rider’s weight. On any of their bikes.
So those of you that have gone to bike shops wanting to work off some of that weight and been told there’s no bike for you, there’s the Montague line of Pavement & Mountain bikes. Again, with no rider weight limit. And easy to fold into the trunk.
A selection of Montague models can be found at PHEW!..stop by for a test ride. They’ve been hard to keep in stock!