Looking to sell my Montague, as am moving out of town and will no longer need a commuter bike.
2 years old and hasn't been used all the time, as also use my road bike to commute slso. A bit on the heavy side, but can ride on or through anything!
Will take pics and attach later to this post.
Bought for £450, Looking to sell for £250.
Full specs (note pedals not included with sale):
Montague SwissBike X50 Folding Bike. The Montague SwissBike X50 is designed to fold and fit anywhere. With front suspension and all terrain tires, this 18-speed folding mountain bike makes for the perfect light trail bike for weekend excursions, or a rugged commuter bike. The X50 uses all standard 26'' mountain bike wheels and components serviceable at any bike shop.
Size: 18in Frame: For riders 5’3″ – 5’10”.
Standover height is 30″
Frame: Custom drawn 7005 Series Aluminium with FIT System. Power Angle geometry
Fork: SR Suntour Suspension. 63mm travel. Alloy one piece lower
Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
Number of Gears: 18
Shifters: Shimano RevoShift
Chain set: 170mm crank arm. Black
Chain rings: 42/34/24T
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge
Pedals: Trekking pedal with all-weather non-slip tread
Brakeset: Tektro Alloy V-Brakes
Brake Levers: Alloy levers
Handlebars: 30mm rise. 580mm length
Stem: Alloy Quill Style. 110mm
Rims: 26" Alloy, 32 hole, Silver
Front Hub: Sealed with CLIX front quick release
Rear Hub: Sealed with CLIX front quick release
Spokes: 14 Gauge Stainless
Front Tyre: CST Knobby, 26 x 1.95"
Rear Tyre: CST Knobby, 26 x 1.95"
Saddle: Aero Mountain
Seatpost: 30.0 X 300mm
Extra Features: Folded Size: 36" x 28" x 12"
Weight: 32lbs approx
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