Paul has swapped the tiller steering of his new folding AZUB Origami for Bacchetta tweener bars attached to a Terracycle folding stem and mast and made several commuting rides plus one metric century ride as well. He then wrote a review of the bike.

Firstly, it folds. The seat comes off and goes back on straight forwardly, and I have had no slippage. The main frame hinge joint is solid. The initial opening can be a bit reluctant, a third hand would be useful. I seem to find myself trying it from one side and then the other before it opens. The integral rack and added mudguards do not complicate the fold and the chain tubes stop you getting dirty.

The integral rack is brilliant. The two legged stand does its job and is handy for changing and adjusting gears because the real wheel can spin. 

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