Ibex Has New Models Arriving

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0 thoughts on “Ibex Has New Models Arriving”

  1. Ana says:

    Hi! 🙂

    I’ve come to notice that you guys usually review only “big” tradicional bikes. I suppose that’s got to do with the characteristics os the areas you live in (more disperse and with poor mass transit options). I was wondering if you know anyone that uses folding bikes to commute, namely to complement on the public transportation systems. There’s lots of manufactureres and brands (Birdy, Dahon, Brompton, Bike Friday, iXi, Mobiky, Strida, AirMinimal, etc), have you tried any?

    Cheers,

    Ana

    P.S.: Don’t you have a contact e-mail that you can display on the site so that anyone who wants to contact you doesn’t need to put their message on a post comment? 😉

  2. Nick says:

    Ana: check out Moe’s review of the Xootr Swift. I used to ride a Dahon folder, but it was a full size. Not good for taking on public transportation. If you’re looking for one that folds up to a very compact size, go with the Brompton. More expensive, but worth the money.

    And what’s this with us living in disperse areas with poor mass transit? I live in Queens and work in Manhattan! Of course, I despise public transportation and use my bike to get around almost all the time. In my opinion, there is no easy way to take a bike on the subway during rush hour, at least not in New York, where most government and transit offices hold bikes in the same regard as knives and spray paint.

  3. Ana says:

    Hi! Sorry, i said it like was making a statement, i meant to say it like a question. Just because of the pics you usually post and the bikes you use and review. I assumed you used for longer rides, and that’s not really the scope of folding commuter bikes, i guess. Thanks for the tips. 🙂

  4. Moe says:

    We also reviewed the Giatex S*portable and the KHS Latte. (Do a search for both products). We review bikes of companies that are willing to send us a bike to review, not all companies are willing to subject their bikes to our criticism. Our email addresses are as follows:

    Moe
    Moe@thebikegeek.com

    RL
    RL@commutebybike.com

    Thanks

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