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The Origami’s name says it all.
With an all-new folding frame for 2017, the Origami is a commuter's best friend offering easy carrying onto trains or busses and easy indoor storage in small urban spaces.
• All-new A1 Aluminum Frame is lightweight and durable
• Folding Frame, Handlebar and Pedals pack down to a super-small package.
• Shimano drivetrain offers a wide gearing range for tackling hills and flats.
If you've never ridden a folding bike before, you should. It's a great ride!
It's easy to see why they are so popular these days. It's the 'Go Anywhere, Do Anything' bike
The Fuji Origami 1.3 handles all of your average bike trips and has the coolest name ever!
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NOTE: Fuji bikes require longer for processing. They take up to a week for processing and then the standard FedEx shipping time of up to 6 days for delivery. You will receive the tracking number when the bicycle ships. If you are interested in a model not listed, give us a call and we can try to get it for you and save you money!
- Main Frame: Fuji Folding 6061 Alloy
- Fork: HiTen Steel, Straight Bladed
- Crank Set: Alloy 52T
- Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge
- Pedals: Resin Folding
- Rear Derailleurs: Shimano Tourney, 7-speed
- Shifters: Shimano Revo, 7-speed
- Free Wheel / Cassette: 7-speed
- Chain: KMC Z50
- Front / Rear Hubs: Alloy 32H
- Spokes: Stainless Steel
- Rims: Alloy 20in DoubleWall
- Tires: Kenda 20 x 1.5
- Brake Set: Alloy V-Brakes
- Brake Levers: Alloy, 2-Finger
- Headset: Steel/Alloy for Folding Bike
- Handlebars: Alloy, 30mm rise, 25.4mm
- Tape / Grip: Oval Concepts 200, Kraton
- Stem: Folding Alloy, 25.4mm
- Saddle: Oval Concepts 300 Pavement
- Seat Post: Alloy, 34.0mm
- Accessories: Kickstand, Bell
- Colors: Black / Teal (as shown)
- Sizes: 20in Wheel (Limited Availability. Call for available sizes & price before ordering)
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