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    Default FUBI titanium folding bike giveaway

    FUBi is running a social campaign that you may be interested in. Check it out - http://bit.ly/15dkDIe
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    Default Re: FUBI titanium folding bike giveaway

    Where are the wheels in the folded bike image?

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    Default Re: FUBI titanium folding bike giveaway

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    Here is a photo I found. Looks like wheels are removed.
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    Default Re: FUBI titanium folding bike giveaway

    Do two of them fit behind the copilot seat, an what do they weigh?

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    From an early review of the prototype:

    The Fubi is made up of foldable and collapsible steel tubing and Laxström hopes to release the bike in three sizes – 25-, 26- and 28-inches. The current prototype is a 26-inch model with seven gears, a wheelbase of 1,080mm, overall length of 1,230mm, width from handlebar tip to handlebar tip of 600mm and weight of around 12kg when assembled. When folded up the bike measures 825mm long x 250mm high x 165mm wide (not including the wheels).

    The prototype weighed in at 26.5 lbs. I don't know if that was the titanium frame or not. Fubi's website shows a carbon fiber model also. There are two ways to fold the bike, the "fast fold" way in which the wheels remain attached to the separated frame sub structures and the "compact fold" where the wheels are completely removed and the frame is taken entirely apart in to several pieces. It looks like the compact folded frame would fit easily behind the co-pilot seat in the baggage area. I don't know about the wheels.
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