You can travel light AND bring your bike along with KHS's Latte! This easy-pedaling folder sports a lightweight aluminum frame for nimble handling, easy speed and excellent portability. Plus, it boasts a low-maintenance one-speed drivetrain and coaster brake for easy operation. And, it's ready for daily commuting, too, with a rack, fenders and kickstand.
|Hubs||Aluminum, Rear: Coaster brake|
|Tires||Kenda, 20 x 1.75|
|Pedals||Platform (right pedal folds)|
|Accessories & Extras||Bell, fenders, kickstand, rack|
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I gave this bike five stars because, for the price, it doesn't get any better. Due to its coaster brakes, I don't need to check or adjust the brakes before riding. The bike is also fairly lightweight at 30 pounds. It folds easily and rolls well when folded with the seat up as a handle, though it does require some balancing. Also, although it's a single-speed bike, it's fairly easy to ride up hills without struggling. So, overall, it's a lightweight, worry-free folder bike with great handling. One minor flaw mentioned in the title is that the rear tire is difficult to change without the proper tools. It has no quick release lever. Fortunately, though, I haven't had any flats since changing to a thicker inner tube. The only other minor flaw for me was that the bike's size when folded isn't small enough to carry onto a bus. But, from my comparisons with other folders, this is common. So, in regards to flaws, one flaw can be easily overcome, while the other flaw is hardly unique.
I am a small person. the bikes height is perfect for me. I can handle the weight and put it into the car.I ride to the store,library and the doctor's office.I just returned from my vacation in San Diego. I was at a beach town and saw many wonderful things by riding the bike instead of the car. I have no gears on this bike. I barely pedal the bike and the speed is so fast. Handles well over bumpy streets. I love my bike!!! I want to get other items for my bike like saddle bags. [...] In a couple of years I will be 70 years old and hope to be riding my bike. Florence