Bigger Isn’t Always Better
We’re not exactly saying that the best things come in small packages either, but a little bit of both.
With Ding’s folding bikes you get the best of both worlds!
I’m sure you’re wondering why you would even need a folding bike, other than the fact that it’s really cool. But, there are actually several reasons to choose a folding bike.
The most common ones are:
When there’s a mixture of public transportation and riding involved, a folding bike is ideal. You avoid the hassle of wheeling your bike through a crowd or waiting to put it on the bike rack by conveniently folding it down to about the size of a briefcase. In return, this will cut down your normal commute time. Let’s not forget about those college students riding their bikes to class to avoid the hassle of parking!
Although Downtown Orlando is far from New York City, we still have small apartments and condos with little storage space. So, if you don’t have a convenient space to store a non-folding standard bike, a folding bike can be the perfect solution allowing you to store the bike in a cupboard in your apartment. Also, this is perfect for those Snowbirds who come to Florida during the winter – what’s more convenient then a folding bike when packing for Florida’s beautiful weather during the winter season? Similar to that, are those traveling in RVs, trying to pack efficiently with little storage for vacation creates a perfect situation for a folding bike.
Lets face it, bikes are a common stolen item. Even with a top of the line bike lock, there’s still the question of whether or not your bike would be there when you got back. With a folding bike, however, you’re able to conveniently fold it and carry with you into where you need to go. Many places would even store it just as they would with a wheel chair.
A folded bike can easily be transported inside a car, versus strapping it to the roof or on a bike rack. This convenience doesn’t just save you money on an expensive bike rack, but becomes a safer drive since your view is no longer obscured by the bike. The convenience factor also goes for the public transportation, as I mentioned earlier. What I find interesting, however, is that most airlines will accept a folding bike as one of your allowed check in items without paying an extra fee. How great is that!
Folding bikes provide a great sense of freedom by eliminating the hassle of transporting a bike and commuting. This type of convenience can also enhance a holiday or business trip by allowing you to explore where you are or kill some time outside of your work schedule.
If this doesn’t get you thinking about that bulky bike you have in storage or in your garage, I don’t know what would!
Try switching to one of Ding’s folding bikes.
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