Gear Review: Bikes Onboard

One of the best parts of arriving in a new port of call is the opportunity to go exploring—whether you’re looking for a place to get some food and drink, a secluded beach where you can kick back or somewhere to provision for the next leg of your journey. And what better way to do all that than by bicycle? But bikes are big, and space onboard is limited. Enter the folding bike—the cruiser’s best friend. Here is a selection of functional folding bikes. Grab one and stow it onboard for your next cruise. You’ll be glad you did.
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One of the best parts of arriving in a new port of call is the opportunity to go exploring—whether you’re looking for a place to get some food and drink, a secluded beach where you can kick back or somewhere to provision for the next leg of your journey. And what better way to do all that than by bicycle? But bikes are big, and space onboard is limited. Enter the folding bike—the cruiser’s best friend. Here is a selection of functional folding bikes. Grab one and stow it onboard for your next cruise. You’ll be glad you did.

Montague: SwissBike X50

x50lg

Brompton S2L-X

29421

Citizen Bike: GOTHAM1

29433

Pacific Cycles IF Mode Folding Bike

29411

Vilano: APEX

29461

Gocycle G2 Folding Electric Bike

29467

Dahon: Mariner D7

29490

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