Ozgur Bozkurt: Hi! I am thinking about buying citizen bike Tokyo or Miami. I prefer Tokyo,
but I am 6'1" tall. Do you think this bike is too small for me?
tigerfanman: can the handle bars fold on the outside of the bike when it folds in half?
looks weird to have it on the inside creating a buldge
dicksonaaron: @davidleg i want to get this...i think it was like less then 200 but where
did you get the black color..on the website they dont have the black color
guyoverthre: how many inches is it from the seat to the rack on the back of the bike at
David Legarreta: I would get the 20 inch I think the 16 is too small and you can't get to
MsBibiMuneca: Thanks for the video. Mine is on it's way. I'm 5'4'' i ordered the Tokyo
16" and my husband is 6'1" he ordered the Miami 20". Can't wait to take it
out and enjoy the weather!
ladybea2day: Thank you for posting this. I was wondering, spending 12 hours today alone
looking at different folding bikes. I truly appreciate your work on showing
UnitedPebbles: Does those hinges work well? I remembered my experienced with those nuts
and bolts. How big of a difference of materials could made!
Theenemy38: so how does the bike ride and are you over or under the weight limit I saw
on the website that it has a max of 220 lbs and just wanted to know for
jaysim83: i thought the 16inch would be too small for me. How tall are you?
sweetfyfteen1: how much do you weigh and how much can the bike hold?
gingercatni: theres too much talking in this video
wongster82: thank you your video on the citizen bike tokyo. Its so hard finding a
non-commerical one and I can kind of imagine how big it is. I thought of
getting the tokyo but after seeing this i might go for th 20' gotham or
miami. How do you like it?
tigerfanman: are there magnets that keep the bike from unwanted unfoldings? like in
other foldable bikes?
David Legarreta: i am just under the limit, it rides smooth, but i would get the 20 inch if
i had to do it again. because the bike is not to fast.
Mike S: lbs/kgs?
zmz: Just received mine. Having a hard time to refold it. I havr to start
working out in case to be able to fold it in the future. Dont have to worry
about it will fold while riding, though.
lenisk8: Dude nice bike is so portable
David Legarreta: @picklesonaaron its 164 dollars on the citizen bike web page. as for the
black Tokyo bike i got it from citizen bike about 1 year ago, but
apparently they do not sell that color anymore
Daniel Salinas Gonzalez: What is your high?
chucholetsm8one: I'm debating over the 20" wheel or 16" wheel size. I would think that with
the 16" more effort is required. Any suggestions??
Lj Anderson: Heavy? The bike looks great! It's not like you would be carrying it for
tigerfanman: @jeffyoung60 why would u give a freak in the first place?
ValisFan3: Mine just came in the mail today. I can't really recommend this bike for
anyone wanting a portable bike to take on the bus or train. Its really
heavy, and even when folded, its still very wide and you'll have a very
difficult time even taking it inside a bus or train. The ride is actually
nice though, it feels stable, but you do have to pedal a lot.
David Legarreta: I like it, its pretty well built, but its on the heavy side you wouldnt
want to be carrying this bike for a long distance. i put it on the trunk of
the car. the black color its like powder coating. the only thing i dont
like its the original seat, which i had to change for a more comfortable
one. i am 200 lbs and the bike has no problem with my weigh
OmFgFFsWtF: sounds great in theory but I doubt you can go uphill with those 16 inch
Grande Artiste: I once owned a Dahon Piccolo folding bicycle. It also used 16-inch diameter
wheels. While it functioned well, I didn't like the small wheels and felt
self-conscious. When the 20-inch wheel models appeared, I purchased one and
was happy with it. Many years later, I'm considering whether to once again
own a 16-inch wheel version due to its better portability. I would be less
self-conscious this time around.
David Legarreta: The quality is good, not great. One thing you should know , the bike is
Lisa Pierson: Would have been helpful to actually talk about how the bike performs, the
pros and cons.
mauricio1522: Great video
ValisFan3: I'm leaning more towards getting the 16 inch one. Thats because I already
own a full 26 inch bike for using in my city, the folding bike will only be
used when I go traveling to other cities.