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    Hello, from Pacific Cycles

    Greetings Everyone,

    We are officially here!! And we are more than happy to answer any questions related to our bikes.

    ps. Thanks for the invitation Thor
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    welcome glad you here
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    yes my opinion is at least somewhat biased as I work for Dahon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacific Cycles View Post
    Greetings Everyone,

    We are officially here!! And we are more than happy to answer any questions related to our bikes.

    ps. Thanks for the invitation Thor
    Can we have more info on Titanium Birdy III? It seems the rear was changed. Any more pictures?

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    What is the biggest/widest ISO406 tire that can be fitted to a ISO406-wheel converted Birdy MkIII?

    I hope you can answer this question as the response to this query received from your Facebook site via Messanger was whole unhelpful.

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    FWIW, there's a used Birdy on Craigslist in Tulsa, Oklahoma USA. See:

    https://tulsa.craigslist.org/bik/d/b...596410010.html

    -HANK RYAN-
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    DISCLOSURE: I have an ownership interest in a company that is an authorized dealer for Brompton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIKEgang View Post
    Can we have more info on Titanium Birdy III? It seems the rear was changed. Any more pictures?

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    Right now the titanium birdy is still under development. We will make an official announcement at this year's Taipei Cycle Show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu Mahendra View Post
    What is the biggest/widest ISO406 tire that can be fitted to a ISO406-wheel converted Birdy MkIII?

    I hope you can answer this question as the response to this query received from your Facebook site via Messanger was whole unhelpful.
    We've tested a lot of 20" tires with various of width and the best one which we recommend is Schwable Durano 20"x1.10 (28-406). Anything wider than this could create problems for installing or folding.

    Hope this answers your question Abu
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    Thanks.

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    Iím interested in purchasing a Birdy Classic but canít find anywhere to buy from in the US. Any recommendations?
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woou View Post
    Iím interested in purchasing a Birdy Classic but canít find anywhere to buy from in the US. Any recommendations?
    Thank you!
    Hi woou,

    Please contact David at Bfold (www.bfold.com), he would be more than happy to assist you in buying the Classic BIRDY.
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