Old stuff about the past generations of Strida

Strida 1 FAQs
web.archive.org/web/199703301648 … a/faq.html

What where the production Land marks? (Strida 1)

  • Bikes numbered 1 to 3000, where made by Remploy, in Glasgow, Scotland in 1987/88. These had good paint, but a heavy steel carrier. The front joint on these where more brittle (acetal), than later bikes and could be broken if the bike was abused. These where mostly sold in the USA and UK. Bikes Numbered 3001 to about 20,000 where made by Acton Engineering In Nottingham. These where the best built bikes, with lightweight nylon carriers. Bikes numbered 20,000 onwards where made By Casa Hipolito in Portugal, these had less quality control and lower quality, brake levers and brake cables where used which worked OK but where not as smooth as earlier bikes.

Strida 2 review

How to: differentiate Strida 1, 2 (and 2.5), 3

History of Strida

Frame Material:
Strida 1, 2 & 2.5: 5251 Aluminium Alloy
Strida 3, 5 & Mini: 7005 T6 Aluminium Alloy

Folded Size (W X D X H)
Strida 1: 48 x 55 x 110cm
Strida 2: 48 x 55 x 117cm
Strida 2.5: 25 x 55 x 117cm
Strida 3 & 5: 23 x 51 x114cm
Mini (Strida 4): 23 x 51 x 102cm

Stem Angle (Unfolded)
Strida 1, 2 & 2.5: 0°
Strida 3, 5 & Mini: 18°

WoW Amuro . You have managed to unearth some stuff from early internet days :smiley:
Amazing that this is still stored. Well done !!

Really beneficial research !! Thanks Amuro :smiley:

Thanks Human Amp & Binch! :smiley:

I’ve just translated the Japanese Strida models comparison table into English.

I hope the original maker would not mind me doing this. :unamused:
Sorry for my poor translation. :blush:

Please click on the image to see the table in original size. :wink:

Oh! I’ve just found that there was a Strida version comparison table in English on the Strida UK website. :confused:
web.archive.org/web/200802140446 … rsions.php