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January 09, 2014


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Connie Reed

My husband and I are thinking of getting folding bikes and carrying them with us on our trips. We run across so many neat trails and so often have wished that we had bikes with us.

Dominique King

That certainly sounds like an idea worth exploring, Connie. I had an Aztek for many years and could just stow my bike in the back of it when I had the back seats folded down. No such luck with the Focus I have now. Tim has a bike rack that fits his car at this point, but it's pretty cumbersome to use (either by myself or even with Tim in recent years as he's had some mobility/medical issues). Let me know if you find a good folding bike option as I'd certainly think about that...if only to take to the trails near home.

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