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IDS Home unYOUsual U Transformer

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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) 20 - inch folding bicycle designed for commuting and exercising. Shimano 6 speed shifter and derailleur. semi-alloy front and rear V-brake. WANDA 20" x 1.75 tires Quick removable front handle stem. with alloy silver color cap & PVC black bell. Easy assembly and ride

Alejandro A.
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020

Review:I was siked to get this and im trustworthyof most reviews but after having this bike after 2-3 weeks, one of the pedals completely broke. It didnt unscrew it self the WHOLE pedal + the bar of the pedal CAME OFF. Read more

Mister EZ
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2020

Review:This bike folds and unfolds quickly when you get the hang of it. Putting it together was easy. The bike shop said that it passed safety inspection. Shifting is fun, but can be buggy somewhat, requiring several tries to lock into gear. I am 5'6" and the size seems perfect for me. My 200 lbs plus weight seems to be tolerated well. However, the seat is a tad painful. I'll be looking into upgrading it to something more comfortable. We'll see how it holds up over time. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020

Review:Jointed fold connection hits your leg. Painful!! Read more

John Sanders
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2016

Review:I like this a lot! I think this is the most basic model they offer. The quality is very good, and yet pertty light to carry around. The folding part is the best! However make sure you place the seat stool all the way down, so when it's complete folding, the paddle wheel won't smash on the floor and damage the wheel. I hope my pictures can help you if you are still trying to decide if you want to go for this or not. Believe me, you won't regret it. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2020

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 5/19/21 Edit: WOW, the price has increased by $100 or 62.5% in under a year. Granted, that is for the "updated" model but there is no description what that means. The standard model is not available. Not cool. Note: I paid the full $160 for this bike, it was not a free promotion in exchange for a glowing review. I just love bikes and I think this is a great niche item for some people. Amazon initially said 1-2 months for delivery (?) but happily it only took 5 days. It's out of stock at idshomeusa website, so Amazon may be the only source for these bikes now. This bike just came yesterday, so I can't comment about reliability yet. But first impression is: I REALLY like this bike, it's an amazing value! This makes 15 bikes in my garage, including numerous other folding bikes (AKA "Folders"), some are Dahons. This "unYOUsual" bike has a curved main tube and is styled much like my $700 Dahon Mu P24, and I think it looks great. The bike is painted black with green trim stickers. Out in the sun, you can see that there are actually green metal flakes in the black paint. Really nice touch! Of course it's NOT a Dahon, and I knew that going in. This is a no-name steel Chinese clone bike and I had low expectations. Very likely, quality varies between bikes. I do all my own bike repairs and adjustments, so I expected some work would be required to dial the bike in, and I was right. This bike "is what it is". It's mostly steel and will eventually rust, faster or slower depending on your environment and care. This bike would be a poor choice to leave outside or keep on a sailboat. Most parts are either not upgradeable or not worth upgrading. I'd call this a great kid's bike, or for an adult, a fine weekend bike or one to keep in the trunk of your car for fair weather use, moreso than a hardcore commuter bike through daily rain and mud. From my experience, it pays to manage your expectations up front. Folding bikes bring pluses and minuses to the table. UPS delivered my bike-in-a-box in good shape, with just a few minor paint scrapes. The cardboard shipping box had a split in it, so the paint damage could have been much worse, not worth returning IMO since there were no dents, damage and everything else was fine. Both wheels spun nice and true (no wobbling). Aluminum rims good, plain steel spokes bad (you want stainless). Plain steel spokes will rust/corrode eventually. (My single-speed Dahon boardwalk also has plain steel spokes, which have light oxidation after 12 years, always stored in the garage.) The "Wanda" tires look good and are supple and grippy. Tires say "Inflate to 43 PSI", which is a very low pressure rating. Better tires can handle higher pressure for less rolling resistance. Both brakes and shifters required adjustment for proper function. Easy enough for me, but probably not for everyone. No special bike tools are required, just an adjustable wrench (or socket set), a Phillips screwdriver and a metric Allen wrench set. After centering via adjustment screws, the brakes work great, don't rub and are very quiet. Brake levers (handles) are aluminum, while the V-brake arms are steel. 6-speed Shimano grip shifter & derailleur work fine after careful adjustment. The 14-28 freewheel (not cassette) gives a nice gear range and replacements are widely available. The chain was clean and came with a light layer of lube on it. High gear on this bike matches pedal cadence & bike speed of a single-speed beach cruiser. Low gear is exactly half of that, suitable for some moderate hill climbing. Steel crank arms are 170 mm long. The non-folding pedals are easy to install if you know that the left pedal uses a left hand thread. The pedals do not spin freely (yet), they feel like the cheapest part on the bike. The handlebar is a welded aluminum T: you can't change it but it works fine. It telescopes to adjust the height into a steel tube which hinges to fold down. The locking mechanism feels very solid, and lock tension is adjustable using two small Allen wrenches (photo). My headset (steering shaft bearings) came adjusted properly, no binding and no excess play. I rotated both brake levers and the grip shifter on the bar to my ergonomic preference using an Allen wrench. A bell and front reflector are included to mount on the handlebar using a Phillips screwdriver. The seat is comfortable and came pre-mounted at the right angle on the long and large diameter steel seatpost. A red rear reflector for the seatpost is included. The seatpost has a diamond knurling pattern for the quick release adjuster to grip. There is a "Maximum height" line engraved. I'm 6'-0" and the right seat height is a half-inch above the max line. In my experience there no danger, there is plenty of seatpost left in there. I weigh 190 pounds and the bike feels solid and responsive, quite similar to my more expensive Dahons. No tools are required to fold the bike or adjust seat and handlebar height. Both adjusters and both folding mechanisms (main tube and handlebar) feel solid. The wide range of height adjustments allows a folder like this to fit nearly anyone, I'd say from 4-1/2 feet to my 6 feet. My 11 year old is 5 feet tall and she has a blast riding this bike. Folding this bike is straightforward if a bit clunkier than my Dahon. The folded size is similar, except the pedals don't fold. It weighs ~32 pounds, 8 pounds more than the Dahon Mu (steel vs aluminum). A few nice surprises: The rear-mounted kickstand has a locking feature to it, you kick the middle black lever, not the bottom of the kickstand. The bike has dropouts (mounting holes) for an optional rear rack. Riding the bike is delightful and fun. It is smooth and responsive in all ways. Brakes and shifter (after adjustment) work great to deliver a pleasant experience. Note that 20" wheel bikes (Dahons included) have a different feel and more rolling resistance than bikes with larger wheels, say 26" or 700C. More pedaling effort is required, and the small wheels may feel twitchy to first timers. After some practice, "twitchy" becomes nimble and maneuverable. Read more

Jeanne M. Thompson
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2020

Review:This is a great quality folding bike . Whoever packed this bike in the box knew what they were doing . Everything was wrapped in bubble wrap and cardboard and there was so much it would be impossible for it to get damaged.(I should have taken a picture of the packing , but didn’t think of it) I only had to put on the pedals ; easiest assembly I ever did for a 71 year old woman . (Most of the assembly time was taking off the packing) I still need to put on the reflectors and the bell they sent., that’s it. The tires didn’t even need any air. I got this for when my grandson comes over , but l intend to use it more. Love it. If you buy this I think you’ll be happy with the purchase. Read more

KD Mann
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020

Review:I've been a bike enthusiast and mechanic for 42 years. This was to be my fifth folding bike, but when it arrived I could see it was going to be neither safe nor durable. I have never seen poorer frame construction than in this bike, but the big problem is that the bike is described as aluminum but is actually made of steel. See photo with magnet on the frame. Read more

Harry George Perros
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020

Review:My heart sank when I realized that it was a chinese product, that is, as opposed to a product designed by a US company and made in China. I had consistent bad luck with all chinese products I bought through Amazon in the last two years. (Unfortunatey, Amazon does not give the country of origin of the products sold on their website). Anyway, the instructions were not very clear, and I had hard time with a) snapping the toggle onto the handle bar tube (it turned out the extension tube inside it was sticking out the wrong way) , and b) folding the bike at the middle (did not realize that there is a safety pin). I cant blame entirely the instructions for my problems. The gears did not work well, but there are lots of how-to-adjust them youtube videos. It needs patience until you get to understand how to adjust the screws so that it changes gears smoothly. I have done about 60 miles so far, and overall, the bike seems quite sturdy. It has ample space between the saddle and the handles, and the saddle and handle bar can be extended out quite a bit. Don't expect a comfortable saddle! Balance-wise, it is not as forgiving as the regular size bikes, but after a while you get the hang of it. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised that the bike turned out ok, well so far! I keep it on my boat, and I hope the aluminum frame will to rust any time soon. Read more

janice ferguson

Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 31, 2021

Review:Love how compact it is Looks really sharp Read more

Maureen F.

Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 18, 2021

Review:Easy to assemble! Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 13, 2021

Review:Uncomfortable Read more