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The Road and the Folding Bike


The man in the bike shop pointed me towards racing bikes with wind tunnel-tested aerodynamics and feather-light carbon frames. He showed me mountain bikes with bespoke suspension for shredding downhills. Until I explained my main technical specification: that it fit in my cupboard between the ironing board and a box of Christmas decorations. Only a

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