Lovely city ride for the smaller rider
I bought this bike back in 2010 at HUB on Charles Street in the West Village. RIP HUB.
In a class of bikes beloved by urban riders, the Mini-20 has “lower rotational mass” – perfect for the start-and-stop, pothole-ridden city environment. Other riders have described the bike as “zippy and solid,” and cyclists who just don’t like folding bikes tend to enjoy this one for its compact frame.
With an aluminum alloy frame and fork, at 22 lbs, the bike is light enough to carry up and down flights of stairs – to and from your apartment, the subway, your office.
20 x 1 1/8 CST tires; Tektro Tenera brakes and calipers; SRAM X-7 rear derailleur and SRAM X-5 shifters.
- Make & model:
- Asking price:
$800 or best offer
- Bike size:
51 cm - it only comes in one size!
Has a few miles, but in perfect condition
- Reason for selling:
I just don’t ride this one often enough; I either favor my touring bike or my folder.
- Additional information:
Please see Biria’s website for the current model:
And here’s an enthusiastic review from a SF bike blogger:
Interested in this bike? Contact the seller:
Alexis at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 810-7400