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Bad Experience

Postby Mono on Wed Jul 18, 2012 7:35 pm

Hello
My name is Federico and recently acquired an A-Bike. Unfortunately, I take a great disappointment when using it.

My height is 1.78mt, I'm riding a bike, but this has me very tired!
For more than raise the seat to pedal do not stretch my legs, so I get very tired!

Unfortunately a bad experience and hopefully I can cancel.
A shame!
What I do admire is the convenience of folding, but the main thing is good for .... leaves much to be desired. Was eager to keep her.

Thanks and good luck
Mono
 
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Re: Bad Experience

Postby Amuro Lee on Fri Jul 20, 2012 11:27 pm

Have you inflated the tyres to 90psi before riding your A-bike? :roll:
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Re: Bad Experience

Postby Stevbike on Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:37 pm

It sounds like you need a longer seat post (and maybe a another seat as well) to get the best out of it. The advice on the proper tire pressure should really be lookedat as well. This should take away some of the problems you have had with it.

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Mono wrote:Hello
My name is Federico and recently acquired an A-Bike. Unfortunately, I take a great disappointment when using it.

My height is 1.78mt, I'm riding a bike, but this has me very tired!
For more than raise the seat to pedal do not stretch my legs, so I get very tired!

Unfortunately a bad experience and hopefully I can cancel.
A shame!
What I do admire is the convenience of folding, but the main thing is good for .... leaves much to be desired. Was eager to keep her.

Thanks and good luck
Stevbike
 
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