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Dyson 26" Folding Electric Bike

Dyson 26" Folding Electric Bike

5.0 from 2 reviews


Mike G

Mike GPerth, WA

  • 2 reviews
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Great Folding Bike


I’m on my 2nd Dyson A’s first got stolen when 1yr old. Had new one for 18 months & if you want a folding bike it’s the best money can buy. I’m an old guy & can easily lift into boot of SUBARU. Back seat needs to be down. I also loosen handlebars to fit in easier & take 1 pedal off. Easy as takes 2 mins to unfold & put pedal back on. If have power mode middle of range I’ve done 70 kms.All in all a great e bike

Purchased in May 2018 at Subiaco.

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David M.Dyson Bikes

Thanks for your feedback Mike!



  • 4 reviews

A 25km/h electric mountain biking dream - big thumbs up!

Date PurchasedOct 2016

Questions & Answers

Glenys H.

Glenys H.asked

Hi Rollo. I'm just looking at getting one of these. Has it needed much in the way of service? Any particular extras you would recommend? Oh, and BTW, it is not the same Dyson as the vacuum mob -- but from your review sounds like they are just as reliable! Excited to transition to ebike. :)

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How is the experience of people with this Dyson bike after a few years, in particular with respect to the derailleur ? Does it cause trouble and if you fold the bike regularly, I would think it needs frequent readjustments ?

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Thanks for your review. Looking at this bike and I was wondering how do you find riding up the suburban hills on this bike? (e.g perhaps Paddington, Indooroopilly etc). As I am contemplating either getting this bike with 200W or a 250W bike. I will be using it for commuting. Cheers

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Hi. I have a Dyson Bondi bike and I live in Brisbane. I've tested it on the hills in Paddington quite a bit. Going up Fernberg Rd and steeper is no problem. It makes riding a bike up hills an absolute breeze! I had a sore knee for a while and couldn't pedal much at all. So glad I had my Dyson. Just make sure you have the pedal assist on a high setting early if you know you're going up a steep hill. I've tried changing it halfway up the hill and that isn't so great. But you wouldn't change gears too late either on a mountain bike or a car because you would lose your revs. So it's the same concept really.

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