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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Jetson Bike-To-Go. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The Bike-To-Go’s portability suited it to travelling. It fit well in small cars and boats.
- Cyclists described the ride quality as smooth.
- The small frame fit shorter riders, at least as short as 5”.
- The build-quality of the frame was considered to be solid.
- Flared, ergonomic grips were a comfortable addition to the Bike-To-Go.
- More than one cyclist found the padded saddle agreeable.
- 24 inch wheels rolled faster than 20” wheels on other folding bikes.
- Some owners said that minimal assembly was required; threading on the pedals, inserting the seat-pole & tightening handle bars.
- Owners said the Bike-2-Go was easy to fold. The locking mechanism was said top be sturdy and held up, even under the weight of huskier riders.
11 reasons not to buy
- A rear rack can not be installed on this bike, due to the rear suspension.
- The rear derailleur and cluster are unbranded and doesn’t shift as smoothly as full Shimano might.
- From some retailers, this bike is misadvertised as a ‘7 speed’, but is actually 6-speed.
- The Bike-To-Go is pictured with folding pedals but some owners said their pedals did not fold.
- Tires and tubes were thin, weak and punctured easily.
- The 24” wheels didn’t fold down as small as 20” wheels on other folding bikes.
- Buyers said this bike was too bulky for use on public transportation.
- Taller riders, at 6”, found this bike too small to be practical.
- Pre-assembly was found wanting; in more than one instance crank arms were not tightened. This resulted in cranks falling off. Other parts needed extensive adjustment.
- Reportedly, paint chipped easily as a result of the bike’s folding action.
- The provided kick-stand sometimes broke after short-term use.